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Times of India
Three youngsters are caught by a cop for robbing a bank. The three unlikely suspects come from different backgrounds and have aspirations of their own. Are the three really guilty or is there a story behind this robbery?
Imran Sardhariya's Uppu Huli Khara is a comedy that falls in the space of what the Dhamaal, Masti or Golmaal franchises are doing in Bollywood. One isn't meant to expect a film that will extremely close to reality, but instead should look at entertainment, some fun gags and song-and-dance sequences. While the film begins with promising just that, it eventually ends up feeling like a rushed effort, as the climax happens all too quickly, while the rest of the film unfolds at its own pace.
The film begins on a promising note, with an edgy yet entertaining start as the tough cop Devi is introduced and she nabs the film's three protagonists. Soon, one gets to see each of their stories, with each of the heroes getting a song too in the short flashback sequence. The interval sets the pace for a good entertainer. What happens, though, after the interval is a rushed effort in terms of tying together the plot and the underplaying of the antagonist, who has an interesting character. One wishes this could have been given some more time for the audience doesn't mind waiting it out for over two-and-a-half hours if the script is engaging.
Imran must be lauded for coming up with interesting character quirks for each of the actors. One only wishes a little more effort could have been put into the detailing of the end, which seems otherwise a fun ride. Although, one can overlook the same and try the film out once for its rich production values and good looking cast.
Malashree is entertaining as the Dabanggesque cop. Newbies Sharath, Shashi and Dhanu show promise. Sharath's dancing, especially, is worth a mention. The ladies have short, but entertaining roles to play and are commendable. One feels bad that Aporup Acharya's quirky comical villain role wasn't exploited as much. And maybe the film could have done away with a song or two and instead expanded on the story in the same time. Go give it a try, you may just walk out entertained.