Aagey Se Right..
Director: Indrajit Nattoji
Producer: UTV Motion Pictures
Written by: Indrajit Nattoji
Starcast: Shreyas Talpade, Shiv Pandit, Mahi Gill, Kay Kay Menon, Shruti Seth, Shenaz Treasurywala
Music: Amartya & Ram Sampat
Relese date: 04/05/2009
Aage Se Right film that released yesterday hardly proved the true caliber of the very talented bollywood actor ‘Shreyas Talpade’ who is popular in the b-town as ‘Marathi Manoos’.
The story revolves around a cop Shreyas Talpade (Dinkar Waghmare) and terrorist Kay Kay Menon (Janubhai alias Balma Rashidul Khairi), where a series of uncontrolled events occurs.
The sub-inspector working for the Mumbai Police has never solved a case and has always stayed away from serious action who is constantly reminded of his failure by his nagging mother as his late father was a successful police officer.
The cop loses his gun, gets humiliated where his troubles become more complicated and serious as the story starts 4 days before the annual Police day function. Several attempts of finding the gun goes waste where ultimately the cop accidentally encounters the biggest stalwarts of the Mumbai underworld by sheer coincidence.
At times it becomes interesting as we are hooked with a constant curiosity as to what next is going to happen where the cop’s luck ends up solving big cases; but a potential of an actor who has earlier won critical accolades for movies like ‘Iqbal‘ & ‘Om shanti Om’ appears to be a total waste that could have been stretched to great heights.
Another talent, Actress Mahie (Soniya Bhatt) emerge attractive in the garb of an overzealous television news reporter who proves to be a sensationalist. Her role of asking for viewers’ opinion on various topics through a sponsored SMS and her accidental meeting with the hero gives a fresh air to breathe in the entire drama’ but i am sure her fan-club won’t have been satisfied where in her earlier movies like ‘Dev-D’ & ‘Gulal’ her acting skills had been tapped to a remarkable extent.
Kay Kay Menon has played a serious terrorist in the film who has managed to look great as always and has done a fabulous job of carrying the character of a terrorist (Janu) sent to carry out terror missions in Mumbai with utmost perfection accompanied but another beautiful lass of B-town-Shehnaz Treasurywala (Pearl) who is the object of Janu’s affections.
Kay Kay transforming into romance with shenaaz, love for Indian food and ultimately getting into the Bombay Life changes him as a human being that mellows down him considerably.
Though the music isn’t soothing i won’t suggest the flick even somewhere near to a must-watch. It is almost like JBJ, where the entire movie seemed to be built only for the look of the great bollywood superstar ‘Big B'; similarly here, Aagey sey right does catches our attention towards shreyas’s look of a cop but definitely not for his act :(..