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Times of India
Comedy is a risky business; you either make people laugh genuinely or end up evoking helpless guffaws owing to ridiculous jokes. 'Ghantaa', however, falls in between these two extremes. It adopts a narrative that has been explored well in Bollywood, but in the process, ends up becoming an ‘inspired’ film.
Those of you who’ve seen 'Delhi Belly', '99' and 'Go Goa Gone', will connect with this film instantly. The eventful lives of Raj (Amey Wagh), Angad (Aroh Welankar) and Umesh (Saksham Kulkarni) draw parallels to those of the protagonists of the aforementioned Hindi films. They are broke, jobless and resort to trying their luck at gambling, to make big bucks. In a wave of overconfidence, the trio goes too far and ends up getting trapped in an interconnected web of events.
In what can be called a fitting tribute to Priyadarshan comedies, director Shailesh Kale infuses situational comedy, lame jokes and a whole lot of confusion into his debut film. Fortunately, his gamble pays off as Ghantaa is enjoyable for most of its running time. Despite its predictability, the film makes you laugh. Much of the credit goes to the protagonists Amey, Aroh and Saksham, all of whom have proved their worth in the industry.
The film has its flaws. It suffers due to abrupt changes in the plot and unnecessary addition of comic illustrations between scenes. Then there’s the lack of explanation of certain happenings. For example, Angad and Raj are beaten black and blue by their neighbour when they try to break into his house but surprisingly, no complaint is registered against them.
That said, if you are looking for a no-brainer that makes you laugh, 'Ghantaa' is a good bet.
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