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Times of India
Self-proclaimed Godman Guru G (Prem Chopra) uses his spiritual influence to amass wealth by coning his blinded-by-faith followers. But, a bunch of youngsters outsmart him and how!
With the newly formed government carrying out several crackdowns on black money holders, Guru G gets worried about his fortune and decides to shift it to a new 'ashram' he is planning on relocating to. His devotees, who also play crucial roles in the film, set out to save the money but fall prey to the plans of the police and government.
Over the years possession of black money and the means to accumulate them has turned out to be a glaring issue in India. Vipin Parashar's 'Udanchhoo' is a subtle dig at this widespread corruption, served in a platter with con-comedy as a genre. The plot is loosely knitted and there isn't really a strong element of shock in it, which is typically found in similar con films.
Vikram (Rajneesh Duggal) and Julia (Bruna Abdullah) up the glam quotient in this flick but the acting bit is just about average. The hilarious act by Billu (Ashutosh Rana) falls flat and Guru G himself is disappointing in 'Udanchhoo', sans a few one-liners.
The concept is refreshing and could have been explored to its optimum level. 'Undanchhoo', unfortunately, isn't the funny film on black money that one would want to watch.