Release Date: 28 November 2014
So the movie is about five people who have been on the wrong side of the crooked and fraudulent system of our great nation. They are individuals who met each other at a gym, where their common hatred against the brittle structure flags off their friendship. This is where these five individuals unite to form a gang called Ungli and do all the stuff that we thought of doing at some point in our lives (no kidding).
If we have to instill any faith in the trailers, I’ll say that this film looks rather interesting and why not? Purely going by the career graph of the writer-director Rensil D’Silva who has been the writer for spectacular movies like Aks and Rang De Basanti we can have nothing but high hopes with his latest venture, so much so that we could also ignore his directorial debut Kurbaan.
Now when I say Emraan Hashmi and Randeep Hooda in the same sentence I think of nothing but quality performances (fingers crossed) and Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai can only testify this statement. From the trailers it seems like Sanjay Dutt has a limited role as the antagonist. Kangana’s fascinating performance in Queen has definitely raised the bar for her in terms of expectations and people will expect the same level of performance from her. Angad Bedi is back after Faltu and I really hope this is not a faltu attempt from him to revive his so called acting career.
The song Dance Basanti by Sachin-Jigar is a typical song which you will hear on a Bollywood night in your nearest night club but again will have a short shelf life (not that they were trying for anything else). Pakeezah on the contrary is a very refreshing sound track by Gulraj Singh which has a nice early morning feel good factor to it. These two tracks will definitely be on your playlist..
To summarize, Ungli has an impactful trailer, a sturdy star cast and catchy music. It has all the ingredients of a good film, but will it be enough? There is only one way to find out. Watch it yourself and decide. Do not leave it on word of mouth or misleading box office collections.
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