Friday, January 21, 2011

Waisa Bhi Hota Hai (2003) - movie review

This film is a mindless work of fiction. The characters happen to be fictional, despite our sincerest efforts. The locations however are real. The story has been plagiarised from several films. When you see a disclaimer like this you know you're not in for the usual.
Puneet Sayal (Arshad Warsi) is a creative director with an ad agency, leading a boring civilised life, harboring the great Indian dream of becoming a crorepati and retiring in Nainital (??, out of all places), away from the hustle bustle, until he chances upon a guy one night bleeding to death. Will he care to involve himself into the needless mess?
At some points, it might have you thinking if it was even worth being filmed but it's two hours of entertainment, nevertheless. A concentrated shot of adrenaline! There's suspense, there's thrill, there's humour. An unconventional masala film that's sure to keep you riveted till the end. Shashanka Ghosh, the man behind MTV and Channel V, does a fairly decent job as a first-time director.
Don't miss it! 

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