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P Se PM Tak (2015)

Unrated | | Comedy, Drama | 29 May 2015 (India)
In this comedy of errors, Kasturi is a prostitute who gets caught in the middle of an elaborate scheme orchestrated by two warring political parties.

Director:

Kundan Shah

Writers:

Vijay Desai (Story & Screenplay), Vedish Jhaveri (Story & Screenplay) | 4 more credits »
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Meenakshi Dixit ... Kasturi
Indrajeet Soni Indrajeet Soni ... Rajan
Bharat Jadhav ... Waman Saheb
Yashpal Sharma ... Jadeja
Chinmay Jadhavrao Chinmay Jadhavrao ... Rasik
Deepak Shirke ... Shyamrao
Akhilendra Mishra ... Lokbandhu
Mushtaq Khan ... Chakradhar Sahu
Aanand Kale ... Mukund Desai
Vedish Vedish ... Chief Minister
Prerna Wanvari ... Rashmi
Aakash Pandey Aakash Pandey ... Vicky Naik
Geetanjali Kulkarni ... Anandibai
Virendra Saxena ... Scientist Krishnamurty (as Veerendra Saxena)
Upasna Singh ... Sanchalika Anuradha
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In this comedy of errors, Kasturi is a prostitute who gets caught in the middle of an elaborate scheme orchestrated by two warring political parties.

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Comedy | Drama

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Cannot believe this was made by the same Kundan Shah that made Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro
23 July 2020 | by MindblowingMahiyaSee all my reviews

Started to watch on Netflix for the sole reason that it was made by Kundan Shah - creator of an all time great comedy-satire 'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro'.

In fifteen minutes I had to stop watching. Story, set-up, screenplay, dialogues, acting, editing - everything was so nauseatingly pathetic and often vulgar without being funny that it was beyond belief that the same Kundan shah that helmed the classic with the best possible cast in mid-1980s with scenes and dialogues still in everyone's heart (who can forget the Mahabharat climax?) actually stood behind the camera and said 'OK' when this mindless banter was being shot.

Not curious about what happens in the rest of the movie.

Enough said!


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Hindi

Release Date:

29 May 2015 (India) See more »

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De dimineaţa până seara See more »

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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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