Aage Se Right Hindi Movie Review
Talented set of actors - Shreyas Talpade, Mahie Gill, Kay Kay Menon - come together in this Indrajit Nattoji directed Aage Se Right. The trailers promised a rib tickling comedy and coming from UTV, who had a great run in 2008, the movie looked very promising.
Dinkar Waghmare (Shreyas Talpade), a cop who has never solved a case and has always stayed away from danger, looses his revolver. While he aims to recover his lost gun, he encounters some of the deadliest criminals. On the other hand, Janubhat (Kay Kay), a terrorist with an intention to carry out terror attacks, has landed in Mumbai, but once in the city the terrorist has a change of heart.
Aagey Se Right starts off so well that it increases the average expectations that you have from the movie. But about 30 mins into it, it falls so badly, you wonder if the first 30 mins and the last 90 mins were directed by different individuals. Post interval, there is no left and most definitely no right, the movie drags and eventually halts at a dead end (read poor, predicatable climax).
So here's the verdict - some scenes in the first half are genuinely funny which makes the first half pretty decent. The rest is trash.
Shreyas Talpade does well, but seems disinterested in the second half. Kay Kay Menon rocks like always. Mahie Gill looks stunning, but sadly has not much to do. Shenaz Tyrewala should avoid acting. Others are okay.
To sum up, Aage Se Right could, infact should have been much better. End result is very disappointing.