Saif Ali Khan’s Kaalakaandi marks the directorial debut of Delhi Belly writer Akshat Verma and it is one hell of a laugh riot! In just a day of its release, the film has already garnered a positive response with praises coming in from the audience, critics, and several industry stalwarts.
Here are 5 reasons why Kaalakaandi is a must watch:
Saif Ali Khan
Saif Ali Khan outshines in this whacky rollercoaster of a film with his eccentric, uninhibited and fearless performance. The actor has gone all out in Kaalakaandi and you can’t help but laugh at his characteristics and dialogues. His braided hair look definitely steals the show!
Vijay Raaz and Deepak Dobriyal’s camaraderie
Two of the most offbeat yet finest actors in Bollywood, when you put Vijay Raaz and Deepak Dobriyal in one frame, you can’t help but laugh your gut out! The two have created magic on screen.
Kunaal Roy Kapur and Sobhita Dhulipala’s on-screen chemistry
Kunaal and Sobhita look fabulous together on-screen and the twists and turns in their story get you more and more intrigued! With dialogues like “Poore desh ko kamasutra sikha doongi” you know you’ve got to watch out for their chemistry!
Akshat Verma’s Directorial Debut
Akshat Verma has written an absolutely bizarre yet hilarious script and has beautifully weaved three different stories into the film. As a debutant, his direction is commendable and is evident with the actors’ performances.
Be it Swagpur Ka Chaudhary, Kaala Doreya or the title track, Kaalakaandi’s music album is diverse and versatile. With composers like Sameer Uddin and Shashwat Sachdev, you can’t help but get hooked on to the songs from the film!
A film like this will definitely leave its mark and we’re sure this crazy ride will be etched in the hearts of the audience forever!
Produced by Cinestaan Film Company and Ashi Dua Sara of Flying Unicorn, the film stars Saif Ali Khan along with the eclectic ensemble of Deepak Dobriyal, Vijay Raaz, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Sobhita Dhulipala, Akshay Oberoi, Isha Talwar, Shenaz Treasury, Shivam Patil, Amyra Dastur and Neil Bhoopalam.