This is a hilarious bank heist tale which goes wrong and an interesting twist to the tale in the end. Champak Chiplunkar (Riteish Deshmukh) is a desperado thief who along with his two aides Gulaab (Bhuvan Arora) and Genda (Vikram Thapa) hold up a bank but everything goes wrong for them because there is already a more vicious thief Sahil Vaid in the bank who is after a hard disk which has the financial shenanigans of a corrupt Home Minister (Upendra Limaye) and an investigative journalist (Vikram Gokhale) has copied all the evidence against them on this disk but immediately after he is killed by the ministers men , the drive is in a locker in the bank which is held up and the undercover thief then threatens the simpleton thieves but Champak with the help of his friends and a daring no-nonsense CBI officer Amjad Khan ( Viveik Oberoi) and a undercover broadcast journalist Gayatri (Rhea Chakraboraty) rescue the hostages successfully and the real menace to the bank is arrested after much activity and the disk is handed over to Amjad but the climax is very surprising because it seems that Champak and his men who seem simpletons have actually walked off with the loot from the lockers of the bank and Gayatri too is a part of the gang. The film is extremely funny, satirical, and watchable. Director Bumpy has kept the narration moving with a lot of jokes and funny situations. Riteish Deshmukh puts in a very sincere and extremely funny performance as Champak. Viveik Oberoi is sensational in his beefed up mustachioed tough look and he is the force behind the film. Rhea Chakraboraty is a complete natural and acts well. Sahil Vaid is chilling as the villain of the piece. There is no scope for music. Technically a top drawer movie. Bhuwan Arora, Vikram Thapa, Sandesh Kulkarni, Pradeep Shukla, Upendra Limaye, support well. All in all a funny film though it reminds us of John Q, Tatahasthu, Dog Day Afternoon and Three Fugitives.


At the box-office

The film has opened to poor houses and will find going tough.

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