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Review Lootcase 2020

Print machine administrator Nandan Kumar (Kunal Kemmu) lives in a chawl with his to some degree finicky spouse Lata (Rasika Dugal) and child Aayush (Aryan Prajapati) in a one-room loft. They're upbeat in their little world, despite having a place with the have-not class. Once, coming back from a late-night move Nandan unearths a bag brimming with cash - 10 khokas - ten crores to be accurate. He has never observed such a lot of cash in his life and doesn't have the foggiest idea of how to manage it. The bag turns into his friend of sorts. He begins conversing with it, revealing his inward dreams and wants, as additionally his feelings of dread. What he can be sure of is that alongside the cash, the bag likewise has a record that has accursing proof against a lot of influential individuals. Therefore, a lot of obscure components are scanning for the bag. They incorporate a Nat-Geo cherishing mafia wear (Vijay Raaz) and his goons, a degenerate government official (Gajraj Rao), and an experienced master cop (Ranvir Shorey). Pandemonium results when such different people run into each other.

Lootcase is a parody about voracity. About the draw of cash. About the force related to it. Kunal Kemmu is the quintessential normal man who doesn't have the foggiest idea on how to manage the cash which has fallen into his lap. He can't quit wandering off in fantasy land about it and can't quite agonizing over it either. He doesn't have a degenerate bone in his yet at the same time doesn't hand it over to the police, as he ought to have done. The film rotates around the progressions he encounters as the bag assumes control over his life. One can't resist the urge to identify with him as he gradually begins losing his brains. His miserly spouse Lata (Rasika Dugal) isn't only a one-dimensional character either. She adores the non-veg innuendoes her better half tosses at her and doesn't play at being demure with regards to sex.

The film's genuine victory lies in populating it with idiosyncratic characters. Maybe the most clever character in the film is the nature-cherishing wear Bala Rathod (Vijay Raaz), who keeps hurling dark gyaan gathered from untamed life channels upon his blundering flunkies Rajan (Nilesh Divekar) and Graduate (Aakash Dabade) and he's glad when enlivened by the nature shows, they at long last discover the fortitude to betray him. He chalks it off as something that was in the regular request of things. Ranvir Shorey is demonstrated to be a cop with interminably changing articulations who lives in a fixed off wrongdoing scene. That is something one of a kind, okay. Furthermore, Gajraj Rao is introduced as a mild-mannered lawmaker who can complete work through dangers shrouded as innocuous gab.

Lootcase is praise of sorts to Guy Ritchie films. Be that as it may, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels it isn't. Despite the fact that it makes a decent attempt to be. However, the screenplay simply isn't sufficiently substantial to contact that grandiose norm. Additionally, it could have finished with lesser screen-time. It would have been exceptional as a one-and-a-half-hour film. At two hours besides, it hauls.

Kunal Kemmu has made satire his strong point and sparkles in his job, doing everything that was required from him and that's just the beginning. Rasika Dugal shines also. The remainder of the gathering cast also has made their imprint. Lootcase is a cheerful parody that will make you grin. It's the ideal OTT grain. You can overlook certain segments and still appreciate it.

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