Its’ a no man’s land situation. And nobody in their sane minds would trade places to be at the venue that the title suggests! Rahul Aggarwal makes his debut as director and leading man in ‘Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke’. The director is believed to have stated that his film has been inspired by the movies of Hrishikesh Mukherjee.
Cast: Rahul Aggarwal, Paresh Rawal, Narayani Shastri, Om Puri
Devki Nandan Tripathi is a simple, rustic man who decides to try his luck in the city of dreams, Mumbai. He gets himself employed at the Mausam Vibhaag, his only means to a lucrative and thriving future. As the movie unrolls, the plot thickens and so do Devki’s circumstances, for he finds himself pursuing something that he had never meant to in the first place. In Mumbai, Devki finds himself doing everything except dedicating time to his vocation.
In this situational comedy, he comes across an array of city people who often find his innocence amusing and comical, but Devki realises that they stick with him even in the thickest of bogs that his life hauls him in. From the village folk to the corrupt cop to the impish goon-Devki finds himself cared for and aided even while he feels entrenched in a ‘Na Ghar ke Na Ghaat Ke’ state of affairs. The film thus depicts the everyday struggle of common man in a ‘rural meets urban’ set-up. Director Rahul Aggarwal plays the main lead opposite Narayani Shastri, while you would also come across iconic ones like Om Puri, Paresh Rawal, Ravi Kishan and Neena Gupta in the course of the movie
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