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Nautanki Saala Movie Full Review: Rohan Sippy tried something different

Cast: Ayushmann Khurranna, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Evelyn Sharma, Pooja Salvi, Gaelyn Mendonca

Director: Rohan Sippy

The Indian Express rating: ** 1/2

Anything can happen during a kiss. On the lips of a boy and a girl meet, we are guided through a spectrum: the initial resistance sliding down a very bad hmm-no exploration stabilizes at a lock-in out of breath. This is one of the highlights of Nautanki Saala. Seeing you realize how this new encounter between consenting adults by the simple expedient of a kiss, well done, it still feels a new age Bollywood. And that’s the best part of this absurd boy com by Rohan Sippy, who is trying to do something different, and within that, some of it feels fresh and vibrant.

He ran home one night, theater PR man Parmar aka RAM (Ayushmann Khurrana) saves a fellow suicide. Turns Send Lele (Kunaal Roy Kapur) really is the kind of guy who feels death would have improved. He is a real loser, having lost his girl Nandini (Pooja Salvi), and the will to live. Of course it has nowhere to go and nothing to do. So of course ‘nautanki’ RP comes to Cart Send around, despite winning the hassle of girlfriend (Gaelyn Mendonca), and fellow theater, insisting it (CTRL + D) to get a role in the play: what another to hold off suicide?

The ‘naatak’ RP and co are doing is a version of ‘Ramayana’, and on stage antics remind another movie in another time, another Epic used to create the unforgettable laugh. Nautanki Saala But is not the goal of large black box with edges absurd as Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro. His theater is more personal, more intimate. These two young men and their clumsy attempts to find love, and his argument is based on a French comedy (Nautanki Saala is the new official version of Apres Vous), rejigged a bit of Bollywood.