Certificate: U/A

Director: Amit Agarwal

Starring: Karishma Sharma, Arpit Chaudhary, Nachiket Narvekar

FASTEY FASAATEY is the story of Aakash (Arprit Chaudhary), a banker who according to his traditionally orthodox family, is a very hardworking guy who is busy with his career. He is based in Noida while his family is in Ghaziabad. But unbeknownst to them, Aakash is in an open, no-holds-barred, live-in relationship with Anisha (Karishma Sharma), who has returned from London. He claims that he is an orphan and is living a liberated life with her. It’s only when his parents, after a warning from their priest, insist that he has to get married in two months or else all hell will break loose on their family. How he juggles his time with Anisha and his family forms the crux of the film.

The story of the film is quite predictable. The script is ridden with so many plotholes and shadily written characters. The film tries to be a situational comedy as well but it doesn’t manage to succeed with that either.

Technically, the film was okay. Cinematography by Sushil Rajpal is okay. Editing by Aseem Sinha is average. The music in this film is not worth mentioning. The story and script again, badly written, they could have improved on this a lot. The production design was below average and the costume design was quite okay.

Performance wise, the film was decent. Arpit gives an above average performance. Karishma is fine. The both of them look great together but the chemistry was missing completely. The other cast lend abled support.

Director Amit Agarwal in his debut tried to make a light hearted rom-com but this is one where the audiences won’t relate. A lot could have been improved, but if the script was stronger, maybe he could have done much better as well.

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At the box-office

The film will struggle big time mainly due to lack of promotions and visibility.

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