For the second time this week Ravi Kishan gets it bang-on. Playing a vicious entrepreneur with a marriageable daughter, Kishan is an energetic ball of agile evil.The same goes for the rest of the arresting ensemble cast of very capable actors who get into the mood of the con-job without fuss and with a flair for acting funny without toppling over into parody.I call it Fukrey-land. Welcome again to the comic world of lovable losers. The cast here is older, if not wiser than in ‘Fukrey’. Mummyji (delightfully droll Dolly Ahluwalia) and her family of sons and son-like wanderers must redeem the family honour. Hence, we encounter a series of con-jobs, which involves vicious builders, bankers, caterers and middlemen.Delhi has been projected as a hotbed of wheelers and dealers, schemers and screamers in several recent films. This is director Sashant Shah`s ‘Challo Dilli’ all over again, though in a totally different context.
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