Nawabzaade Review & Rating
Nawabzaade Review: Torturous Two Hours
What happens when three men love the same woman? What if they are friends? Will they fell the others are rivals? Will they fight among themselves? Well... when it comes to Nawabzaade, they cooperate with each other. The three friends played here by Raghav Juyal, Punit Pathak, and Dharmesh Yelande are good for nothing.
The supporting cast in the movie includes well-noted faces like Vijay Raaz and Mukesh Tiwari. Isha Rikhi, the woman in the subject is a new face to Bollywood having acted in a handful of Punjabi movies. Let's see if all this makes the movie a fun watch it promises or a torture of a couple of hours with Nawabzaade review.
Karan, Abhishek, and Salim are best friends and know that they are good for nothing with an ounce of talent for anything in them. The movie starts when the friends drink themselves to the full and search for a girl for... you know it. After few such scenes, we encounter Sheetal who is all Sanskaari.
The three fall in love with her at first sight. But good friends that they are, they decide to impress her together. Not for nothing, that girl like her makes all the men in the vicinity in her thrall. What happens after that forms the crux of this insipid romantic comedy.
All the lead actors are immature, to begin with. Ishika Rikhi who should have been the highlight of the show is mediocre in both looks and performance. The all the hopes of the audience rest on Vijay Raaz and Mukesh Tiwari for some good performances. Unfortunately, they fail to manage to take the proceedings above the knee level.
The story is as old as it gets and the treatment is stuck in the early 1990s. The screenplay is lackluster with bland dialogues. The direction is not up to the mark. Scene after scene comes and goes, but the eyes of the audience get glued not to the screen but to the exit. Such was the work by Jayesh Pradhan. There are too many lewd dialogues that make women cringe in anger.
Music is as good as the direction and the cinematography is the only thing in the movie that made a bit of sense. It is not authentic, but the visuals are good. Editing... well, all the movie must have been chopped off to make the audience safe. Production values are pretty average.
Overall, Nawabzaade is neither an interesting attempt failed to make a good movie nor a well intended B movie. It should not have been made and the makers should have been spared of the torture. No, it's not worth thinking about the more than this. Just skip it and keep your hard earned bucks with you.
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What is Nawabzaade all about?
Nawabzaade is a romantic comedy movie starring Raghav Juyal, Punit Pathak and Dharmesh Yelande in the main roles. Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor and Athiya Shetty feature as special appearances in this film that has been directed by Jayesh Pradhan. Nawabzaade is about three friends who are in love with a woman. They outdo each other to impress the woman and the woman’s family. It is interesting to watch who wins the woman’s heart finally.
What to expect from Nawabzaade?
The trailer of the movie has funny dialogues that will only make you laugh out loud. Some gibberish lines are thrown in that will tickle your funny bone.
Impeccable Comedy By Vijay Raaz
Vijay Raaz, who is known for his impeccable comedy in movies such as Delhi Belly, Kaalakaandi, etc. plays the role of an inspector in Nawabzaade. He makes hilarious references to Dabanng, Abhishek Bachchan, etc. These aspects make the movie a must watch to chill in the weekened.
Varun, Shraddha, and Athiya In Special Appearances
Coming to the songs, Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor rock the show with their dance in Guru Randhawa’s number High Rate Gabru. Athiya Shetty and Badshah burn the dance floor in the song Tere Naal Nachna. These songs add glam quotient to the movie.
Music by Guru Randhawa, Badshah, Payal Dev and Mika Singh
Bollywood’s most favourite musicians including Guru Randhawa, Badshah, Payal Dev and Mika Singh make this movie entertaining with their upbeat songs.
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