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Rocket Singh- Salesman of the Year Audience Review
Review Rocket Singh- Salesman of the Year & earn 20 DM Points*
Rocket Singh SOTY is the 3rd Ranbir movie movie coming in a short space of time. It is also Shimit Amin's 3rd movie as a director. Some might think 'teen tighada kaam bighada', but for me Rocket Singh was a thrid time wonder. It's my favorite Ranbir Kapoor movie so far and a par-satisfaction movie as far as Shimit Amin is considered.
The plot is simple. Harpreet Singh(Ranbir) is a young individual who simply doesn't believe in academics = intelligence funda. He enters the big bad world of a corporate company as a junior Sales trainee. After being harassed and humiliated by his bosses, Ranbir decides to start his own business at the company's expense. The rest of the story picks up from there.
The movie is full of delightful witty one liners. Once again, like the previous Jaideep Sahani(writer) movies the characters are very strong in this one too. The best lines go to D. Santosh(He played Rajguru in Legend of Bhagat Singh) who plays a service engineer in the movie. His mere presence is very funny and I burst out laughing whenever he came on screen.
Music wise, nothing much to talk about since the movie is pretty much song less. The opening song in the credits was likable.
Ranbir was very good in his role again and was very convincing as the ordinary boy who dreams to make it big. Shazahn Padmasee looks beautiful but doesn't have much of a role. The ensemble cast was a treat. Everyone from Gauhar Khan to Santosh to the actor who was called 'Nitin' in the movie were awesome. Not to forget Prem Chopra, who did not look anything like his mean old self and was a very sweet granpa.
Shimit Amin's direction is top notch. This is a movie which could have gone horribly wrong but kudos to the director for handling it masterfully. Not his best, but right up there somewhere.