Cast: Mishti, Kartik Aaryan, Chandan Roy Sanyal, Rishi Kapoor
Director: Subhash Ghai
Subhash Ghai’s latest movie Kaanchi takes up the issues of women empowerment, movement against corruption, urbanization etc. which are not justified in the movie due to lethargic narration and script. The story has no focus making it a boring love story. Mithun Chakraborty i.e. Shyam Kakda is a corrupt politician who wants to sell the land and convert it into a valley city. Binda i.e. Kartik Aaryan, a young man who runs a commando-training camp voices against this. Binda and Kaanchi are childhood lovers. Sushant i.e. Rishabh Sinha is the politician’s son who wants Kaanchi at all costs and murders Binda.
In the second half, Kaanchi reaches Mumbai to get the killers of her dead lover, disguises herself as the maid in the Kakda household and plots the family’s downfall. In 1 plan, she seduces JB Sir i.e. Rishi Kapoor and in other, she shoots a MMS sex clip.
All the focus is concentrated on developing Kaanchi’s character making rest of the characters just come and go without much influence. The audiences feel no emotional connect with the proceedings. The movie looses its plot in the second half and lacks any drama. There is a song in every 10 mins and the climax is a messy one with no impact on the audience.
Newcomer Mishti is a new fresh face who looks beautiful but lacks acting skills. She is very innocent and talks like a child for most of the parts.
Although there are big names attached to the movie, Kaanchi is an extremely outdated boring movie.
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