Kaalakaandi Movies Review | Saif Ali Khan Movies Box Office Review 2018

Kaalakaandi, which can be loosely translated to a situation gone wrong, is touted to be a dark comedy. Kaalakaandi Movies Review, Saif Ali Khan Movies Box Office Review 2018.

Kaalakaandi Bollywood Movies Details

  • Rating: 5.0 out of 3.5
  • Directed and Written - Akshat Verma
  • Produced - Rohit Khattar and Ashi Dua
  • Release Date - 12 January 2018
  • Music composed - Sameer Uddin and Shashwat Sachdev
  • Lyrics - Anvita Dutt and Akshay Verma
  • Story - Devesh Kapoor
  • Actress -
    • Amanda Rosario
    • Saif Ali Khan
    • Akshay Oberoi
    • Deepak Dobriyal
    • Isha Talwar
    • Kunaal Roy Kapur
  • Distributed - AA Films

Kaalakaandi Story:

Saif Ali Khan walks into his home with stooped shoulders, unable to share the shock and horror of his fate with his family, which is buzzing with wedding madness.

A young couple is planning to drop into a party before the boyfriend (Kunaal Roy Kapur) bids farewell to his girlfriend (Shobita Dhulipala) who is headed to the US to do her Ph.D. But the cops conduct a drug bust and chaos ensues.

Kaalakaandi is Akshat Verma: his voice as a director is unique. This industry needs more films like Kaalakaandi.

Two henchmen (Deepak Dobriyal and Vijay Raaz) are picking up bags of cash to be deposited with their gangster boss. En route they banter and hatch a get-rich-quick plan of their own.

You never get the sense that Saif is the "star" in the film, as each parallel track is given its due time. Even though all the stories play out really fast — if you blink, you might miss something — it has enough to allow you to put two and two together.

Most of the film's dialogues are spoken in English but it doesn't feel forced. If anything, it's an acknowledgment of the myriad people you find in this cosmopolitan city.

Sobhita Dhulipala as an uptight but smart, urban woman brings a unique flavor to the ensemble cast. Kunaal Roy Kapur and the combination of Vijay Raaz-Deepak Dobriyal are delighted to watch.

Saif Ali Khan is at the center of the film. But so is Mumbai; the city makes for the glue that ties everything together, almost reflecting off the characters. Then there's the music, which doesn't overpower but gives you a foil to make your way through the labyrinth-like plot.

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