Kaagaz Film Survey Rating: 3/5 Stars (Three stars)
Star Cast: Pankaj Tripathi, Monal Gajjar, Amar Upadhyay Why? Also, Salman Khan’s voice
Chief: Satish Kaushik
Named sagaciously spinning around the ‘Kaagaz’ contention around the nation, the film rotates around the genuine story of Lal Bihari Mritak who is played as Bharat Lal Mritak by Pankaj Tripathi. To acquire an advance from a bank, Bharat is approached to present some sort of assurance. In the journey for getting the assurance, Bharat contacts his fatherly family after years.
Rather than taking care of his generally existing issue, he becomes more acquainted with how his shrewdness family members announced him dead on paper to snatch his territory unlawfully. This starts the battles for Bharat Lal as he concocts approaches to substantiate himself alive. Will he ready to do that or he’ll must be dead on paper forever?2011’s Pankaj Kapur starrer Chala Mussaddi… Office depended on a comparable plot. Presently, this isn’t actually the equivalent in light of the fact that Satish Kaushik backs the whole story with the realness it requests. Kaushik makes a point to keep the beginning and the end overpowering highlighting a wonderful sonnet, written by Aseem, recounted by Salman Khan.
Sluggish altering, obsolete bearing and the plot’s dreary nature stay to be the most observable barricades in this generally engaging film. The jokes around ‘death’ disappear quicker than guarantees made by numerous ideological groups these days.Having a Pankaj Tripathi close by for such a character is a blessing we shouldn’t underestimate. We don’t have numerous entertainers who could pull this job effortlessly. Be it giving an eccentric similarity contrasting advance with a canine or asking a 70-odd-years-old “Chacha, aap hai abhi?” (Uncle, you still alive?), Pankaj acts each scene like it’s his first.
Monal Gajjar has enough appeal simply in her grin to lit-up even the bluntest of scenes. She masks herself as this ‘sanskari’ spouse from 80s culminating pretty much every quality. Amar Upadhyay, why?Satish Kaushik shouldn’t be accused altogether for the eventual outcome as even the creation esteem shouts savvy. I can absolutely get the requirement of working under a financial plan, yet a few parts of this film eclipse Pankaj’s force to be reckoned with to underline unremarkableness.
Not a solitary tune clicks squandering abilities, for example, Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik. I came extremely near like Rahul Jain’s Container Jiyo, however its arrangement ended up being a major issue. The foundation score is a hodgepodge, on occasion it synchronizes in well with the subject yet then there are likewise times when you’d simply need to un-listen certain tasteless audio effects (if that is a thing).All said and done, Pankaj Tripathi goes about as the paper-weight holding each part of this story together. His extent of acting encourages us to set up an associate which stays all through the film.