Movie Review: Fukrey

Movie Review: Fukrey


Cast: Pulkit Samrat, Manjot Singh, Ali Fazal, Varun Sharma, Richa Chaddha, Vishaka Singh, Priya Anand
Rating: 3/5
Director: Mrighdeep Singh LambaProducer: Farhan Akhtar, Ritesh Sidhwani.

Plot: Fukrey is about four young guys and their ambition to make it large in life! They would just about anything to get some fame and a lot of money. Choocha [Varun Sharma] dreams something every night which helps  Hunny [Pulkit Samrat] analyse the dream and derives it into a lucky lottery number. The youngsters wish to capture their exam question papers well in advance which requires alot of money and for that they need someone who could invest in their ‘business’. Lali [Manjot Singh] and Zafar [Ali Fazal] are two similar kind of guys with the same mentality and aspirations and they decide to join Choocha and Hunny in their quest. But when they grab a loan from  Bholi Punjaban [Richa Chadda], who plays a female gangster,  their whole journey turns into a roller coaster ride filled with troubles and plights.

Technical aspect: The screenplay is fast and pacy and the movie’s plot is rightly in sync with the way the movie moves. The soundtrack of the film is pretty good with  ’Fuk Fuk Fukrey’, ‘Jugaad Karle’ and ‘Ambarsariya’, all catchy and amazing songs to hear. The dialouges are very witty and enjoyable. There is one problem and that comes in the end, the movie doesn’t just end when you thought you would and this makes you a little anxious as I believed it was a bit stretched.

Performances:  Pulkit, Manjot, Ali and Varun, all of them have done a wonderful job and get a lot of time to shine on the screen. Pulkit just beams of confidence and looks like a great future ahead of him. Manjot performs brilliantly aswell. Ali who was last seen in Always Kabhi Kabhi is top class with his performance but Varun does a great job making you laugh and roll on the floor! Richa Chadda has done her part very convincingly and her introduction in the movie doesn’t bore you even though the trailers were focused on it. Pankaj Tripathi and Vishaka Singh have also done justice to their roles.

All in all, a great movie with some amazing dialogues. You will enjoy and you will love it!