Watch the colorful jodi of brothers Guddu & Rangeela plan the most perfect crime. They set off on a road journey which becomes a cat-and-mouse chase between the political power, police force and a budding story of forbidden young love on the run.
Watch the colorful jodi of brothers Guddu & Rangeela plan the most perfect crime. They set off on a road journey which becomes a cat-and-mouse chase between the political power, police force and a budding story of forbidden young love on the run. less
“Imperfect but awesome, Guddu Rangeela makes for a decent weekend watch! ”
Some time back we all appreciated a film called " Jolly LLB" for the excellent plot, direction and acting. The plus point of this film was the taut screenplay and dialogue which kept the viewer engaged.
The same combination of director Subhash Kapoor and actor Arshad Warsi fails to recreate the same magic and this film falls flat mainly due to a weak script and an indifferent presentation. It is too slow at many places and the acting is below par.The dialogue also does nothing to pep up the film with the result that the viewing experience is unsatisfactory. A parody song " Mata se email aaya hai" is funny no doubt but it is the first scene and does not help the film.
The basic plot of two good for nothing scoundrels deep into petty crimes who get sucked into a web of deceit and crime is not original by any means. It had potential for getting converted into a comedy mixed with drama and romance but nothing really happens and the film remains a dull and drab affair. Totally perfunctory and lackluster performances are given by Arshad Warsi and Amit Sadh. Aditi Rao Hydari has a poorly written role and she somehow manages to act out the scenes. Not impressive at all.
The saving grace of the film is the superb acting of Ronit Roy who has specialized in such negative characters.He livens up the proceedings with his realistically underplayed role. All other actors pale in his comparison.
What I feel is a negative point of the film is the rustic Haryanavi dialect in most of the film,.Agreed that it gives a realistic touch to the scenes but we need to think of audiences beyond UP and Haryana, who are not likely to connect with the film..