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Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke (2010)

A naive villager faces challenges when he gets a job in a big city.


Rahul Aggarwal


Aman Ahmad Jeffery (story), Alok Upadhyay (screenplay & dialogue) (as Aloke Upadhyaya)


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Credited cast:
Om Puri ... Sankataprasad Tripathi
Paresh Rawal ... Inspector Khote
Neena Gupta ... Mrs. S. Tripathi
Ravi Kishan ... Madan Khachak
Rahul Aggarwal ... Devkinandan S. Tripathi / Devki
Narayani Shastri ... Mithilesh Kumar Dubey / Mithiliesh D. Tripathi
Shweta Salve ... Dancer / Singer
Shriya Saran ... Movie Actress (as Shreya Saran)
Ehsan Khan Ehsan Khan ... Movie Villain
Ananth Narayan Mahadevan ... Advocate G Chunawala (as Anant Mahadevan)
Neeraj Vora ... R K Khanna
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Arif Arif
Akshita Arora Akshita Arora ... Devkinandan's Sister
Krishna Bansal Krishna Bansal
Uday Bhan Uday Bhan ... (as Uday Bhan Moriya)


Based in Pallanhar, Uttar Pradesh, Devkinandan lives with his father, Sankataprasad; mother; grandmother; and a sister. He graduates with honors, gets employed in the Meteorological Department in Mumbai, and re-locates there, where he gets to share a room with a pimp, Madan Khachak, and attempts to adjust to life in this city. During the Ganesh Utsav, he gets paid leave for 10 days, returns home where his parents get him married to Mithilesh Kumar Dubey - a woman who he remembers had a runny nose as a child - and returns back without even spending time with her. Shortly thereafter, his parents, sister, and his wife arrive there and find Madan reprehensible so much so that they cut short their visit and return home - but Mithilesh decides to stay with him. He then decides to take her out to a movie, and leaves her near the entrance of their building. When he returns he is unable to locate her, and subsequently finds that she has been arrested by the Jogeshwari (East) Police for ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Hindi | Bhojpuri | Marathi | English

Release Date:

12 March 2010 (India) See more »

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PVR Pictures Ltd. See more »
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Dolby Digital
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Ode to Hrishida/ Basu Chatterjee
29 April 2010 | by Avinash PatalaySee all my reviews

Well to start with, let me state that the title of the movie has no relevance to the plot whatsoever. Its completely misleading.


In terms of performance Rahul Agarwal (actor/director), gets into the skin of the character. The delivery and accent will make you instantly connect with Devki Nandan Tripathi. Next in line is the performance of Om Puri who as usual is spot-on. He get a meaty role and delivers with utmost perfection. I haven't watched Narayani Shashtri on telly but did find her performance in the movie commendable. Anant Mahadevan was okay'ish. Item number by Shweta Salve was good.

Coming to the other side of the coin. To start with Ravi Kissen makes over-the-top attempt to connive us with his acting skills as Madan Khachak. Falls flat. Neena Gupta comes across extremely artificial, just don't ask me why. Paresh Rawal presence is not justified in the movie. Neeraj Vora wasn't required.

There are many good points about the movie. What I particularly liked is the feel of Hrishida and Basu Chatterjee touch in it. The common man, simplicity - if you know what I mean. "Main Meri Patni Aur Woh" was the last time I felt similar about it. The one-liners deserve a special mention as they have adequate dose of clean humour. Substantial characters are introduced into the plot, sadly they do not fleshed out adequately (or maybe got chopped on the editing table).

Cinematorgraphy is good. The authentic feel of the village deserves a special mention. The songs are pleasant. Remo's title track lingers on for a while. And lastly the direction is extremely good, considering that its wielded by a first-timer. Has enough potential to mature into continuing the lineage of Hrishida and Basu Chatterjee genre of movies.

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