Aagey Se Right (2009)

Aagey Se Right (2009)m the Hindi movie by Indrajit Nattoji does not lead the audience anywhere despite its comedy. Read the movie review of Aagey Se Right at Calcutta Tube.

Aagey Se Right (2009)

Aagey Se Right (2009)m the Hindi movie by Indrajit Nattoji does not lead the audience anywhere despite its comedy. Read the movie review of Aagey Se Right at Calcutta Tube.

Aagey Se Right: Not funny

Rating: 2 / 5

Director: Indrajit Nattoji

Cast: Shreyas Talpade, Kay Kay Menon, Shehnaz Treasurywala, Bharti Achrekar, Vijay Maury, Mahi Gill, Shiv Pandit, Shruti Seth. Rakesh Bedi

Duration: 2 hours

Aagey Se Right lacks big time to survive in the midst of giants around it. There is not just one but multiple reasons to support such a strong statement. The disappointment starts with the screenplay and what compounds to the misery of audience is the bad characterization.

An interesting beginning culminates in something completely absurd. The story of two men- a cop (Shreyas Talpade), and the other- a terrorist (Kay Kay Menon), a heart and a gun, to see the merger of all these does trigger curiosity factor, but later falls flat. All credits to the unnecessary characters involved in the script.

Aagey se right definitely tickles your funny bone intelligently, but the story and poor characterization especially of Kay Kay leaves one wanting more in the end.

Debutant director Indrajit Nattoji proves his humorous-prowess through the witty well-written dialogues. However, writing does not seem to be his cup of tea. Shreyas Talpade is excellent. Kay Kay Menon suffers due to poor characterization. Mahi Gill does a good job. Shehnaz Treasurywala is poor. Same goes for Shiv Pandit and Shruti Seth. Bharti Achrekar does a pretty good job and Rakesh Bedi is nice in his small role.

Overall, Aagey Se Right does not find its way and goes nowhere.

-Esha Razdan/ Sampurn

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