Movie Review: Cheating mafia busted in Why Cheat India, found so many stars
Star cast: Imran Hashmi, Shreya Dhanvatri
Director: Soumik Sen
Producer: Bhushan Kumar, Atul Kasbekar
Many films have been made about the Indian Education System The film ‘Y Cheat India’ has also joined this list but it is being talked about here. Big disturbances in the education system are cheating. Imran Hashmi star The film depicts the problems related to the Indian education system and the chit that happens during the examination, which the Cheating Mafia performs. The film is good but its subject seems like something dry that does not make it easy to add every person.
The Cheating Mafia has been exposed in the film ‘Y Cheat India’, how he spoils education system like termites. The story is by Rakesh Singh aka Rocky, who becomes a cheating mafia due to family problems and compulsions. She goes out on the wrong path and she feels right with others for herself. He leverages the system’s flaws. By using the intellect and merit of poor meritorious students, he passes the rich children in eczema and then raises the money from his parents.
If you talk about the character, then Emraan Hashmi has a negative gray character in the film for which he is known. But the negative gray character in the movie is grayer at the Criminal level. And for this reason, it seems weak to gain audience sympathy. Connecting to this character also breaks down several times.
Talking about the performance, Imran Hashmi has done a great job as usual. Imran has played the role of a conman (cheating person) for the second time. Earlier, he had been seen playing the character in the film Raja Natwarlalal. Shreya Dhanvantari also performed well in the film, whose first film is this.
Director Soumik Sen has successfully given the film’s education system the damage done by Cheating Mafia in front of the audience. The film is good but interrupts connect with the audience, but the role of Imran Hashmi takes over. There are also great dialogues in the film which the audience will like. There are eight songs in the film, given by the voice of Guru Randhawa, Soumik Sen, Armaan Malik, and Tulsi Kumar. Overall, it is a good film that opens the piano of Cheating Mafia in the education system.
Fannypass.com Rating: 2.5 stars out of five (5)
Duration: 2 hours 08 minutes