There are many winning lines and stiflers in Rajesh Krishnan’s Lootcase, but you need to sit tight for them. The Mumbai-set parody, which is being streamed on Disney+ Hotstar, is about a printing press employee who chances upon a pack of Rs 10 crore belonging with a politician. Like a local train from Virar to Churchgate with different signals en route, the 133-minute film, in the end, arrives at its goal – yet in its own sweet time.
Plot of Lootcase
En route, Krishnan and co-author Kapil Sawant turn out anecdotal humor and add a couple of contacts to excessively natural characters. Driving from the front is Kunal Kemmu’s Nandan, who longs to get rich yet doesn’t exactly have the foggiest idea of managing the enormous wealth that has fallen into his lap.
Having never watched a film regarding the matter, Nandan at first frenzies and afterward begins spending on such excesses as a film outing and a microwave. He gives the red bag overflowing with Rs 2,000 notes a name (obviously). Where have you been as long as I can remember, he tells “Anand Petikar,” showing more love & care than he does with his spouse Lata (Rasika Dugal).
Patil (Gajraj Rao), the government official whose sack it is, asks criminal Omar (Sumit Nijhawan) and cop Kolte (Ranvir Shorey) to recover the loot. Opponent criminal Bala (Vijay Raaz), a significant devotee of wildlife programming on the National Geographic channel, puts his men Graduate (Aakash Dabade) and Rajan (Nilesh Divekar) at work as well.
It sounds busier than it really is. For the First time, chief Rajesh Krishnan said that he needed ‘artists’ for his film Lootcase, not merely pretty faces. He said he was eager to hold on to locate the correct fits for the characters, regardless of whether it took two years. He scored each on-screen character on his list of things to get right away to his favorable luck.
Although the script seemed slow, but the actors have done a tremendous job. If nothing, a person can spare 133 minutes just watching a bunch of incredible actors playing on screen. If you haven’t watched it, you can stream it on OTT platform Disney+ Hotstar. While you are at it, Stay safe & Stay tuned with us. You can read about other probable releases on Netflix here.
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