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Gali Gali Chor Hai (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Family | 3 February 2012 (India)
A common man is financially taken advantage of by corrupt government officials in this political satire.

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This is the short and entertaining story of a common man and his encounters with politics and corruption in his everyday life and what it takes for him to deal with such issues. The story revolves around the everyday life of a middle class family, with Akshay as a banker and part-time Ramleela actor, Aaseen his school teacher wife and his retired dad, Satish Kaushik, in their Kanpur house. Mugdha plays a role of a Paying Guest in their house, adding a streak of glamor to their life. Annu Kapur plays the role of a local hawaldar who talks in low tones but loud enough to stress the Kanpur family to their toes. Written by Monika

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this is ridiculous, that is why it is so funny.
25 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

the first part was really funny, i sometimes rewind the DVD just to watch the funny scenes again. the ending is a little weak. they could have shown how that little fan got the protagonist in court, etc. the terrorist plot wasn't entirely related to corruption.

the older police should have won the best supporting actor award, he was also ridiculously funny.

i used to think that India films were mostly about marriages, but i have seen quite a few films that are actually about corruption, and other social problems, etc.

I enjoyed watching it very much.

And this is also added to my list of "Top Indian films about bureaucracy for all Chinese directors".


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