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An ensemble film set on the deserted highway between Mumbai and Goa and revolves around incidents that take place in one night to four sets of travelers. It is essentially a dark film, in which, each character is an anti-hero who has a dark mysterious interconnection between these stories that unfolds in a non-linear format. Each story varies from the other in its humor or less a similar motive - money. Written by
Akshay Shere's 'The Film Emotional Atyachar' is A Well-Done Comic Thriller! It springs a pleasant surprise, it catches the viewer's attention & delivers efficient entertainment. It's certainly not meant for those who love escapist cinema, but its definitely a satisfying watch for those who adore 'realistic cinema'.
'The Film Emotional Atyachar' Synopsis: A businessman runs into corrupt police officers and gangsters after procuring a bag full of cash
'The Film Emotional Atyachar' works because The Screenplay is smart & arresting. Though I must add, that, the culmination doesn't work. It lacks the impact it ought to have had. But the pluses are undeniable, it serves an interesting story about multiple characters. Akshay Shere's Direction is very good. Cinematography is skilled. Editing is sharp.
Performance-Wise: Vinay Pathak is outstanding. He plays the corrupt cop with rare ease. Ranvir Shorey supports Vinay, wonderfully. Kalki is natural to the core. Ravi Kishan is terrific. His portions are expertly handled. Mohit Ahlawat is fair. Abhimanyu Singh is superb. Snehal Dhabi & Anand Tiwari lend great support.
On the whole, 'The Film Emotional Atyachar' is a worthy watch.
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