In 2003 a film was released in Hollywood as “11:14” written and directed by Greg Marcks. This film “The Film Emotional Atyachar” has the same story line and the same concept of “11:14”. Though the Director Akshay Shere might have inspired from this film, but still he made it and presented it very efficiently and entertaining. In the original one, the events were leading upto from five different stories to five different perspectives, irrelevant connected to each other but still are linked all together. In the same way, this film leads upto from four different stories to four different perspectives, not relevant to each other but still linked to each other respectively.
Four stories are moving in all different angles, but still eventually are linked al-together at the end. On the first side of the story there are two bad corrupt officers, Ranvir Shorey & Vinay Pathak, who are having their balance bribe taken from the Casion owner Abhimanyu Singh. He asks for some time, and till then he mortgages his girlfriend Kalki. On the other side of the story, a young businessman, Mohit Ahlawat, fixed a deal with other Businessman Mr. Khanna on his project. And after investing a lot of money in his project, Mr. Khanna rejected to invest their money in that. Somehow he got some other investor and had to travel from Mumbai-Goa by road on the night itself. Now on the third side of the story, where Mr. Khanna rejected to invest his money in Mohit’s project, he planned to invest his money to make a new Casino, and deals with Abhimanyu Singh. And now on the fourth side of the story, Ravi Kishen who is a local gangster, came to knew from his local source that some deal is getting finalized (Mr. Khanna and Abhimanyu Singh’s deal) at one place with Crore’s of rupees in cash. He and his two other associates planned to dacoit that money.
Now the fun ride begins here, where all these four stories are linked together in just one terrible night.
Akshay Shere has done a brilliant job here in his direction. To direct this type of movie, without any continuity goof ups is a very tough job, and this needs to appreciate from direct dilse. Though the movie might be inspired, but here only the concept and the storyline is same, rest entire script and the screenplay material is different. And Akshay Shere has done a tremendous job by presenting us in his own style. The story is also being written in incredible way that at the end of the movie the audience leaves with no question mark on their face. From the very start of the movie, one can’t even guess what will happen in the next scene and the twists of the movie keeps you guessing what will be the climax of the movie. A fabulous job done by the writer-director here, and as well as by the editor also. The Editor Pranav Dhiwar has edited the intercut scenes in the entire movie so beautifully that the flow of the story was becoming more and more interesting. A good job done by Pranav and his team. Not only this, dialogues written by the writer were very funny, hilarious and witty too. Very rough and natural dialogues which are commonly used in today’s world. And not to forget, a superb performances by all of them. Each and every character has performed and had done their job very efficiently and capably well.
Though “The Film Emotional Atyachar” is not as perfect as compared to its original one (11:14), but it is surely a fun ride to all the mango people out there, especially the young crowds. They will love it, enjoy it, laugh it, and will also get thrilled it.
3.75 / 5