Nautanki Saala (2013) *HQ*

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Ram Parmar (Ayushmann Khurrana), the director and lead actor of his play Ravanleela is a do-gooder, who can never resist helping anyone in distress. When Ram comes across a man named Mandar trying to commit suicide, the former rescues the latter and takes him under his wing, so to say. Mandar Lele (Kunaal Roy Kapur) is nursing a broken heart as his girlfriend Nandini (Pooja Salvi) has left him.

Trying to get Mandar back on track, Ram gets him hired in his Theatre Company and goes behind his back to try and get Nandini back in his life. Things get complicated when Ram and Nandini end up falling for each other. What happens next? Watch this ‘drama’ to find out.

An official remake of the French film APRES VOUS [2003], NAUTANKI SAALA! is *not* another slapstick comedy that uses every trick in the book to make you laugh. On the contrary, the humor here is tailored for spectators who love new-age cinema. At the same time, comedy is serious business and very few film-makers have the knack of making people chuckle/giggle at the right places/episodes and Rohan gets it absolutely right all through the first hour. To give the credit where it’s due, Rohan steps into a new terrain with NAUTANKI SAALA!, but the plot as well as the situations are so unfussy and uncomplicated and the characters so convincing [and timid too!] that you start taking to the goings-on without much struggle.

The promotional material may give an impression that NAUTANKI SAALA! is yet another bromance saga, but there’s a love story — a love triangle, in fact — that’s ingeniously integrated in the premise. While the first hour is thoroughly amusing [a few episodes are howlarious actually!], the post-interval do a somersault. Rohan and his team of writers [screenplay: Nipun Dharmadhikari, Charudutt Acharya and Rohan himself] introduce certain complications in the lead characters’ lives, which take the familiar route and dilute the impact, albeit faintly. Also, a few episodes don’t work, the pacing gets slow, the narrative is prolonged… till it gathers steam towards its resolution. The film never gets into the serious zone or melodramatic, but remains lightweight all through, which is a plus. In short, Rohan has cleverly adapted and modified the French film to suit the Indian sensibilities, which works exceedingly well for the Indian spectator.

Both Ayushmann and Kunaal displayed their acting skills and their comic timing with Vicky Donor and Delhi Belly respectively and with Nautanki Saala!, they do it again. Ayushmann as the do-gooder and Kunaal as the helpless, hopeless Mandar are an absolute delight on the silver screen. The babe brigade, comprising of Evelyn Sharma, Pooja Salvi and Gaelyn Mendonca, do not have much to do. Watch out for Sanjeev Bhatt, who plays the producer of the play. The man, with his short stature and a pronounced South Indian accent, will make you laugh till your sides hurt!

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