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Movie Review, MLA-An Inside Intruder

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Movie Review, MLA-An Inside Intruder
Producer , BLK , Executive Producer - Sonam Rai , Line Producer- Amit Rai
Director of Photography , Parvez Pathan
CAST , Mukesh Tiwari as Pratap Singh, Onkar Das Manikpuri as villager Shankar, Pankaj Tripathi as Sukhiram, Introducing Chaitanya Naidu as businessman Kamal Kushwaha Introducing Ana Kanandadze as Ana, Deep Raj Rana as Bharat, Puneet as Anuj Kushwaha, Krishna Srivastava as RannKaushal, Sania Bajaj as Maya

Screenplay- Shiv Dube/Kuldeep Ruhil, Story & Dialogues – Mahendra Singh Purohit/Mukesh Tiwari/Pankaj Tripathi/Kuldeep Ruhil
Music Director – Sandesh Shandilya, Editor- Ammol S Pawar/ Suraj Gunjal
Length – 2 Hours 10 Minutes

The film talk about a village called Bhaglipur in Madhya Pradesh. This is where one Industrialist from the same village is trying to generate employment by starting a Milk Factory for them. To encash on the industrialist’s goodwill with locals the sitting MLA of the district befriends him. What emerges in the end is the betrayal towards the common man. Will the common man be able to change his fate by voting for the right person? Or will it be another incident of exploitation of the weak?

The film is about a small town called Bhaglipur in Madhya Pradesh, where the local MLA Pratap Singh (Mukesh Tiwari) calls all the shots. He gets people killed, controls the police, scandalizes women, and rants. Alongside him, there's always a caricaturized version of a secretary Sukhiram, who is more of a sidekick, present to get work done through a phone call and incur the wrath of his boss if and when he goofs up. The duo mouth typical lines about power/satta/khursi and what not, thus exposing the ineptness of the dialogue writers (as many as 4).

In the same town, we have a wealthy businessman Kamal Kushwaha, fondly referred to as KK. KK wants to do something good for Bhaglipur, so he decides to build a milk factory over there for the welfare of the villagers. Chaitanya Naidu, who plays KK, is expressionless through most of the film. Even his (inspirational?) speeches in the film sound laughable thanks to the limited acting acumen of the actor. You can sense that a lot of earnestness is put into the performance, but sadly it does not translate on the screen. Same goes for the girl who plays KK's love interest Ana (Ana Kanandadze). The propensity of ham-acting displayed by the actress reduces, what were supposed to be intense and dramatic scenes, to mediocre levels. Although her nationality is never revealed, she plays someone who has returned from Georgia, U.S.A. However, she can neither pull of the Hindi dialogues properly, nor the English ones.

It's not as if the entire cast lets the film down. The fault lies with the script and the dialogues, which probably leads to the actors performing so poorly. One would have expected an actor like Omkar Das Manikpuri to shine, following his stupendous performance as 'Natha' in Peepli [Live]. However, he too disappoints. He plays the villager Shankar who supports KK in his endeavours but ends up being targeted by the corrupt politicians. Onkar doesn't have much to do in the first half of the film. His role builds up towards the end of the movie, but the actor fails to live up to his footing.

Even the music of the film (composed by Sandesh Shandilya) is forgettable. There are a couple of 'forced' item numbers in the film. I say forced, because there is nothing noteworthy about them, not the song, neither the picturization. The romantic number too, fails to impress. Overall, the music along with the background score was average and fails to uplift the film.

There are good moments in the film, but they are too few and far in between. There is a sincere message embedded within the film, but it gets lost within the faulty script and below-par acting. Director Shiv Dube has tried to mix too many elements within the film, making it difficult to sustain the audiences' attention for 2 hours.


DIRECTOR’S NOTE: “My interest in shooting this film was to capture the real miseries and need of common man. Through my movie I want to change people’s viewpoint about politics because today the moment we say politics first thing that comes to mind are negative thoughts – scams, scams and lot more scams... The biggest thought while making this film was ‘if a common man decides to change the fate of his country he can do that by electing the right candidate’. The film depicts a deadly conflict between a political leader, an industrialist and a common man, creating a thrilling drama.”

•Last Updated• ( ••Monday•, 01 •October• 2012 21:27• )  

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