If you are not prejudiced against Suniel Shetty, then this movie is an interesting watch.
MDPABH - this long titled flick is the story of Amar Joshi, a Banarasi film buff aspiring to be a director against everyone's wishes, who studies film direction in London and comes to Mumbai (the same old place where everyone in Hindi cinema comes to realize their dreams since time memorial), where accompanied by sidekick Suraj, an aspiring TV actor, he sets out to find a producer who will accept the script of his art film. Things are not easy for Amar as he is ridiculed, ignored and even rejected until he finds Monty, a producer who agrees to accept his script. But this again leads to issues for Amar. The rest is about whether or not Amar makes it big in Bollywood.
The film concept is interesting, but it probably won't appeal to anyone nowadays, combined with the prejudice people have. Hence no one would have even noticed when the film came to or left the theatres.
But Suniel Shetty's acting is good, and the film also has some famous names like Om Puri and Rajpal Yadav who have definitely done their best for their parts. There are few comedy scenes which are hilarious. The songs are catchy, and I decided to watch this because I heard a few tracks and liked them. Choreography is not good, some actors are just cheap ones acting in a cheap film that is being depicted in the film.
The first half is better than the second half.
Cannot watch more than once
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