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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
the film has all elements of being a dark comedy. most characters are anti heroes. doing whatever it takes to get money. the narrative style is also interesting. the non linear sequence gave it a nice touch. the movie could have done it without songs, the background score is topnotch. cinematography could have been much more stylish for a dark comedy but it just did bare minimum. the director solely relied on story, actors and dialogues. the film, after setting plot, takes a good turn which sets falling dominoes in motion, it's amazing how film unfolds unexpectedly. it keeps you on the edge till it ends. anticipation and suspense keeps it going. vinay pathak and ranvir shourey in their combo duo roles fit perfectly and deliver some funny lines. kalki as a charming girl keeps it cool and underplays it's part just as it was needed. Anand Tiwari as hiten, the gujrati is refreshing, he acts funny - just amazing. the trio with ravi kishan also does justice to their characters. the climax was great and as with Indian philosophy or movies it is one who deserves it gets it.
only thing that ticked me off is it's title - if they had come up with an apt title - a large audience could have seen this. well, kudos to director for a quality debut.
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