5 reasons to watch `Raja Natwarlal`

By Anindita Dev | Last Updated: Sunday, August 24, 2014 - 16:50

Zee Media Bureau/Anindita Dev

New Delhi: Emraan Hashmi is back in form with `Raja Natwarlal` who had kept a low profile after his last movie `Ghanchakkar` bombed at the box office.

The `serial-kisser` is back to delivering what he is best at - romance mixed with a grey-shade in his character. The movie is also eagerly awaited as this welcomes the Pakistani beauty Humaima Malik to Bollywood.

Come August 29, and we will witness the romantic hero back to deliver his magic on-screen.

Let`s take a quick look at the various reasons to watch `Raja Natwarlal`:

The director-actor are back together once again in `Raja Natwarlal`. Kunal has, over time, cast Emraan for his movies, `Jannat`, and the two have succeeded. Will it reach out to thousands of people the way `Jannat` did? Let`s wait and watch.

Second, unlike his serious avatars in his past films, Emran will play a bindaas guy dancing on the streets. `Jannat` saw him essaying a baddie in the movie and he will once again be seen in shades of grey.

The sizzling chemistry between the leading lady Humaima and the gutsy actor. It has already raised a palpable interest and they do share some kisses on-screen.

Emraan, we can say is back to revive his image as the `serial-kisser` in town.

The man in question needs to be credited with the kind of music his movies are associated with. Most of them go on to become musical blockbusters. `Raja Natwarlal` too is no different. Arijit Singh`s `Tere hoke rahenge` is already becoming a hit among the young brigade. The melodious songs are another reason why the movie is awaited by all Hashmi`s fans.

Another breather to the film is ace-actor Paresh Rawal. If you thought that he will be a comic relief for the movie, then here`s the twist. Paresh takes up the role of a conman this time. Let`s see how well his conman side is received by the audience.

With so many reasons listed for the flick, how eager are you for it?



First Published: Monday, August 25, 2014 - 08:31

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