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Times of India
Jai Chingabunga; this phrase, which has become the talk of the town, sums up the quirk-factor of Disco Sannya. It draws inspiration from Tom and Jerry and ensures that madness prevails.
Sannya (Bhaleroa) is a street urchin who commands respect in his area. He earns a living by selling stuff at signals and has a gang of followers ready to do anything for him. Sannya is principled though. He believes in earning a living rather than taking to stealing and doesn't tolerate anyone exploiting him or his friends. One fine day, he comes across millionaire Shreyas Kale (Khapre), an arrogant and narcissistic businessman. While Sannya is just trying to sell garlands to him, Kale gets agitated and slaps Sannya. That slap and a drunk-driving incident, seals Kale's fate. Sannya blackmails his way into Kale's house and life. Surprisingly for him, he's accepted in the family by Kale's wife (Chitra) and he ends up uniting the family. But there's a catch in Sannya's story.
The film is a laugh riot with some emotional scenes thrown in. It is the quintessential cat and mouse chase that ends on a positive note. More than a story, Disco Sannya is a set of interesting instances woven beautifully.
Parth Bhalerao has time and again proven to be a great actor and he does so again. He has a great screen presence and the ease with which he carries his role off, is appreciable. Khapre, for a change, gets a balanced role and he makes the most of it. The film has certain loose ends and the climax is predictable but these can be overlooked for an enjoyable experience.
'Disco Sannya' is the perfect option if you are looking for a light-hearted film this weekend.