On his very first time, director Srikanth V. Velagaleti combines humor with adventure elements in his debut venture UTT PATAANG, and the experimentation thrives to the foremost coverage.
It’s is a complicated film to conceptualize, felt tip and also to carry out. It’s a film isn't one of those that tell you to keep your brains aside, but this one loads your whole concentration. On the whole it’s a tidy film, which slowly sucks you into its world and universe.
The story talks on occurrences that happen in one single night. Vinay Pathak is on the edge of a split up, who incidentally wedged in a hazardous money contract gone dreadfully wide of the mark. Trapped in this hunt for the bagful of money is his secretive detective friend Saurabh Shukla, a heartbroken woman (Mona Singh), a French-tongue-twister gangster (Vinay Pathak – in a double role) and the gangster's moll (Mahie Gill), all terrified into a dodgy game of thrilling chase. Sheets of confidentiality open out and the game gets poorer as the night wears on.
The script writers and director had balanced each other in an amazingly able-bodied. If the writing is incontrovertible, the direction is also a top notch as far as its debut is concerned. Arun Varma's cinematography imprisoned the look of the film fine. Saurabh Shukla's dialogues are sensible. Vinay Pathak excels and proves yet again that he's a fantastic actor. And more to that he gets his French accent and pronunciation accurate. Saurabh Shukla is outstanding all through. Mahie Gill springs a bolt from the blue and is very refreshing. Mona Singh does in good health. Delnaaz Paul looks as usual very cute and pretty. And though Murli Sharma and Govind Namdeo appear towards the finale, but both were wonderful.
UTT PATAANG bounces as a pleasurable bombshell. It has a story foundation and what makes it even more interesting is the way the theme fabric has been implemented. If you want to experience something different in comedy genre, then it’s a must watch film.
3 / 5