Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande movie review & rating

Star cast: Parvin Dabas, Vansh Bhardwaj, Ashish Nayyar, Kuldeep Ruhil, Sharat Saxena, Kiron Juneja Sippy, Yashpal Sharma, Anupam Kher.

Parviv Dabas as Rajbir is the goon who has been released from the jail recently and who takes up the very cause of land acquisition of the farmers against diktat of his boss played by Sharath Saxena. Rajbir along with his cronies then kidnap the chief minister’s son in order to blackmail the government.

The movie starts off on slow note and takes some time to build up however the speed keeps falling in frequent intervals. While the tale is not predictable, you cannot even figure out where is the narrative actually heading towards, leaving the audience clueless. Parvin Dabas also takes lead though other supporting male actors have the half baked characterizations without fleshed out backgrounds and further do not contribute a lot as individuals.

Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande

Parvin Dabas is compelling and confident in the role that is specially made for him. The other male leads remain just unused. Ashish Nair then comes across the cheaper version of what is Suresh Menon famous for. On the other side, Kuldeep Ruhil and Vansh Bhardwaj are average.

Though the movie perfectly comes across as comedy, it still lacks the required amount of humor. With languid and cheap dialogues along with flaccid scenes, the movie’s writing leaves lot to be desired. Some comic scenes and Pravin Dabas’s performance are good.

Final verdict- Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande is the ordinary movie.

Rating 1.5/5