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Times of India
A big businessman hires a model and gets entangled in a murder case but is the guy actually who he seems to be or an imposter?
Review: Hardly a week ago, posters of this movie started showing up on city buses, rickshaws and nooks and corners of the city. While the poster itself failed to generate interest among many, the film will further disinterest those few who were lured to the cinema halls.
Starting off with a monologue from the central character Vikrant Raje (Gaitonde) wherein he informs the audience of his 'superb plan', the film then goes on to unfold his life. Raje has made a name for himself on the basis of his wife Sanjana's (Bhoir) talent and wealth. The company Sanjana owns is in the search of a model to be the face of their new product and Kamini Shroff (Muke) catches Vikrant's eye. Expensive gifts and adultery follow, after which Kamini threatens to expose Vikrant in front of Sanjana. In a turn of events, Kamini is found murdered and the police suspect that Vikrant has a hand in this. The matter gets more complicated when an unknown caller informs Sanjana that her husband is not Vikrant Raje but and imposter.
Just like its music, the film's story and execution can be summed up in one word- pathetic. Gaitonde maintains the same expression throughout the film and the rest of the actors trying to deliver English lines, fail miserably. Why do something you are clearly not comfortable at? Serious situations turn into comic ones courtesy exclamations like 'It's a great!' and literal translations that give us lines like 'What. Am I right na'. Frankly, giving English lines to someone just to establish the fact that they own big company doesn't justify the hilarious mistakes they make while actually speaking those lines. Even Shoma Anand's character in Hungama spoke better English than the ones in this film.
Story-wise too there's not a lot happening apart from the apparent mystery around Vikrant's identity and Kamini's murder. The execution is superbly boring and even Alfred Hitchcock couldn't have possibly turned this into the thriller it boasts of being. Unnecessary (and bad) songs add to the misery of having to endure this idiocy. Stay away from this superb plan of boring the hell out of you.
Excellent movie I have won best dialogue writer award in Kiff and now I am winning Best foreign actor award in Buds festival in North America. Not beacuse I acted in it but I know under what circumstances movie was complete considering that final product is excellent. Well done Superb Plan Team. In Nashik Festival also Superb Plan Trupti Bhoir and Girish Pardesi won best actor and actress award. Movie is now heading for its Hindi remake and will hit theatre soon.