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Gali Gali Chor Hai Complete Movie Review


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Movie Name :  
Gali Gali Chor Hai
   
Movie Cast :  
Akshaye Khanna, Shriya Saran, Mugdha Godse, Annu Kapoor, Satish Kaushik, Akhilendra Mishra, Vijay Raaz, Ashok Samarth, Rajpal Yadav & Shashi Ranjan
   
Movie Director :  
Rumi Jaffery
Music Director :  
Anu Malik
   
Rating :  
2.5 / 5
   

Gali Gali Chor HaiAt some point in Gali Gali Chor Hai, Akshaye Khanna's Bharat manages to lose his persistence and slaps his bureaucratic tormentors, a crooked hawaldar and an MLA, elucidating with great gravity, that "system ke gaal pe, yeh ek aam aadmi ka tamacha hai." His father, wife and buddies, who're searching on, bust out into applause. You question why they are clapping, though, considering that Bharat stays the whole movie, except this scene, in a condition of indolence, just awaiting items to occur to him.

This 'aam aadmi's irritating inertia, it appears, is yet another reputation for his helplessness. In most justness, pardoned its defects, author-director Rumy Jafry's Gali Gali Chor Hai is definitely an honest attempt for creating a comedy that's truly zara hatke. Together with his finger around the pulse of the United States, Jafry works out a movie which makes interesting comments around the system of paperwork and justice prevalent today. Having a rickety old fan and scooter with you, Rumy throws into focus the way in which money greases the wheels in our system, carving out situations which have possibility of great hilarity. Gali Gali Chor Hai may be the story of the simple bank cashier, and part-time Ramleela Hanuman, Bharat (Akshaye Khanna), and the great travails, as he will get caught within the cogs from the system. As he refuses to stop some space in the Bhopal the place to find the neighborhood MLA Manku Tripathi's (Murli Sharma) electoral campaign office, revenge comes knocking on his door by means of a court situation around a stolen table fan he does not know he possessed.

Though Bharat is involved within the situation because the complaintant, coping with the kind of Hawaldar Khushwaha (Annu K apoor), the witness Bachchu Gulkand (Rajat Rawail) and also the purported crook Chunnu Farishta (Vijay Raaz) is punishment by itself for him. Having to pay the cost for justice, Bharat eventually ends up investing a lot of money on obtaining the undesirable fan back, and it is then not able to even eliminate the cursed factor.

On the way, Bharat also handles the MLA's brother Sattu (Amit Mistry), that has cornered the role of Ram within the Ramleela during the last 3 years, with no acting talent whatsoever. To increase his troubles, there's additionally a pretty girl, Amita (Mugdha Godse), remaining like a PG in the house, resulting in issues with his school teacher wife, Nisha (Shriya Saran), even while his father (Satish Kaushik), keeps telling him to help folks need.

Climax and naturally interesting story, where Rumy slips up, is within his characterization of Bharat like a person prepared to go along with things that occur to him. The kind of helplessness he espouses reaches odds with a realistic look at things because they are happening today, using the common guy really walking out to the street to create a big change. It's especially disappointing to determine that inside a movie about corruption, Bharat themself needs to enjoy corruption eventually to obtain the system employed by him. As he finally doles out that aforementioned slap, you heave a sigh of relief, thinking situations are going to improve and Bharat can give back just like he's been getting. And then nothing.

That apart, Gali Gali Chor Hai also has a tendency to just amble along, in a gratingly slow pace, getting caught in unnecessary side-tracks that demand no attention. The story about Bharat's wife Nisha suspicious of him of getting cheating with Amita does not make sense at all here, and adds absolutely nothing to the movie. Why a lot time is dedicated to it, then, is really a mystery. Rather, the Ramleela moments, which might have been used as a fascinating metaphor, and therefore are truly amusing, are utilized inside a minimum manner by Jafry.

Even so, Gali Gali Chor Hai is a movie redeemed by its performances, with Akshaye Khanna in the lead. Khanna's Bharat is the very epitome of the most popular man, evocative of the great Pankaj Kapur's Mussadilal, with 'Office Office'. Khanna seems a really sober result as Bharat, his suffering at his scenario seeing in a genuine manner, capturing the vibe of your actual aam aadmi, a personality that is never greater than life.

Akshaye apart, another actor who warrants kudos is Annu Kapoor, whose Hawaldar Khushwaha is really a highpoint from the movie. Engaging in the skin of his Bhopali policiya character, Annu provides a use be careful for, his moments as Khushwaha, where he leads Akshaye at home to the court, really are a true highlight from the movie. Though he might not be a mainstay of Hindi cinema now, Kapoor showcases how he's made his comic chops, here.

Among another stars, Amit Mistry works well as Sattu, out of the box Akhilendra Mishra as Bharat's lawyer friend, who also plays Ravan within the Ramleela, though neither will get a really well lined out role. The veteran Jagdeep entertains again in the cameo like a hawaldar. Satish Kaushik is very fair as Bharat's upon the market father, while Murli Sharma is menacing as Manku. Even though she's little to complete, Shriya Saran can also be quite decent, although the movie's other leading lady Mugdha Godse must improve her acting as quickly as possible.

The movie's cinematography, by Gururaj Jois, stays fairly simple, although the editing, with a Muthu, might have been handled better, with couple of jumps within the moments.

Although the movie's title track, gali gali chor hai, creates a fascinating opening scene, particularly with singer Kailash Kher themself featuring inside it, another two tunes, also composed by Anu Malik, don't quite easily fit in. The romantic track, suno suno, appears to become forced in to the narrative, the product number Chhanno, featuring Veena Malik at her revealing best, is simply garish, and quite crude for any movie that will well be counted like a family comedy.

Although it has its own share of defects, Gali Gali Chor Hai must be appreciated being an honest effort from Rumy Jafry to create different things. Possibly what one looks upon like a flaw in Bharat's character, is actually Rumy's discuss the only method the aam aadmi can manage the corruption natural somewhere today. Regardless, Gali Gali Chor Hai is really a movie worth a wrist watch, a minimum of though not because of its premise, certainly because of its performances and it is situations.

 
 
 
 
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