Kaalakaandi Film- Review (Saif Ali Khan, Deepak Dobriyal, Vijay Raj, Kunal Rai Kapoor, Akshay Oberoi)

Directed by-Akshat Verma
Star Cast – Saif Ali Khan, Deepak Dobriyal, Vijay Raj, Kunal Rai Kapoor, Akshay Oberoi
Music – Samiruddin, Shashavat Sachdev
Genre- black comedy
Star- 5/2

If you know that you are a few days old guests, what will you do in your remaining few days? Perhaps everything that you never did in your life. You will try to keep yourself as happy as possible. Your life will live according to your own. Akshat Verma’s film ‘Kalaakandi’ is based on some strange reality of life which sticks to everyone.

Story: The story of the film is of five people whose life takes one turn on one by one, the life gets choked. The film’s story begins with Saif Ali Khan (Vineet). Who suddenly appears that she has stomach cancer, and she has a few days’ time. In her entire life, the unbeliever, who likes things like alcohol, paan, gutkha and drugs, decides that she will do everything she has never done before. He takes drugs after which he does odd jobs. Which makes him enjoy. In the meantime, the story is the entry of Deepak Dobriyal and Vijay Raj, who charge for Don. Both have the greed to earn as much money as possible. On the other hand, Shobhita Dhulipala and Kunal Roy Kapoor are the entries in the story; Shobhita wants to go to the US for further studies. Before going to the US, she is attending her friend’s birthday party. Where the police suddenly raid. To escape, both run away. But they get stuck in a new trouble. The whole story of the film is surrounded by these characters. But how they all enter each other’s life and what is decreasing in their lives is fun to see. For which you have to watch the whole movie.

Direction- Akshat Verma’s film ‘Kalaakandi’ reminds Delhi Belly. Talking about the movie, the whole story seems scattered. Which is very difficult to understand.

Acting – Saif Ali Khan gave his best performance in this entire film. But because of the weak story, this film proved to be boring with the best stars.