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Robin aka Rajkumar Trivedi (Amit Mistry) is a kleptomaniac, who is disowned by his father due to his habit of stealing. He along with his best friend Lenti (Prem Gadhavi) shift to Ahmedabad and start driving cabs. Unable to get rid of his habit of impulsive stealing, he ends up inviting trouble for himself, love of his life Khushboo (Bijal Joshi) decides to leave him due to the same and followed by that he gets trapped into some wrong issues due to stealing.
Chor Bani Thangaat Kare impresses us in many ways right from the start where we learn Robin's back-story. Important to note is that movie is crisp, nothing is dragged over-the-top while filming or we guess it is the perfection brought at edit table that needs to be given credit to in this context. We must say Rahul Bhole in his debut venture has done a commendable job of filming a fun-filled story with right casting. Just the masala movie and family entertainer with right comic timings that Dhollywood was missing out for some time.
Talking about the cast, every character has been so amazing that you cannot pick one favourite. Needless to say, Amit Mistry was a natural and apt choice for Robin's role and Prem has totally nailed his presence just right in every frame. Ojas Rawal is a chhota packet bada Dhamaka especially in the double role, the second role he essays is saved as cameo towards end but it won't be exaggerating to say it was put up last to showcase the best out of him! Bijal as Khushboo is a perfect choice as fun loving pretty girl. Manan Desai as the terrorist Nawaaz in a cameo is a delight especially with the way he makes all policemen apologize to him! Overall, full marks to right casting and it was their offscreen bonding that reflected onscreen too and added the magic to the movie.
Talking about music, Sachin Jigar mesmerize us once again with their musical magic wand be it with romantic number in Sachin Sanghvi's voice 'Bhuli Javu Chhe' or the title track or 'Mauj-e-Dariya' that is a cool track in Benny Dayal's voice. A musical surprise from Parth Bharat Thakkar (he has given background score to the movie) with the track 'Vaadaldi' is impressive as well.
Talking about dialogues, they are just too good and you got to be attentive else you might miss out the fun. Something like Mindi Bhai (he is the head of thieves gang) motivates thieves-to-be by saying: Tamari competition Tamara potaani saathe chhe or the scene where Robin tells Khushboo that he collects antiques (refering to the things he has stolen) and when she asks about a bath-tub, he says "This is the same bath-tub in which Archimedes had his Eureka moment". There's a lot more to enjoy in terms of dialogues and mind you even a few serious dialogues are done just right. Although, we didn't enjoy the love angle in the movie much even though it is an inevitable part. Even the news channel anchors were projected in a slightly OTT manner.
Overall a good family entertainer with great comic elements and a clean comedy to be precise. We say this movie should be on your weekend planner!