Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Arbaaz Khan, Amy Jackson
Director: Sohail Khan
Acchi aur sacchhi zindagi ka farak kya hai? This exchange in the film, which implies what is the distinction between a decent and genuine life, frames the essence of the story.
Planned as a sports film, it recounts the narrative of two orphan friends, Ali and Maqsood, who are poor and need to profit. Ali is incredible in gorge cricket. In any case, that is not what can bolster him. Before long, after fizzled endeavors as a salesperson in a shop offering underpants, he joins Maqsood as a scoundrel, working for a nearby wear tended to as Danger Bhai.
Amid one of their coercion excursions to a golf club, Ali easily putts the ball, and a chance meeting with Kishen Lal, a caddy, who lives in his region, acquaints him with the session of golf.
Also, the draw of distinction, cash and bliss according to his temporary mother, is the thing that keeps him snared to golf.6
Approximately detailed as a persuasive film proposed to take into account the masses, Freaky Ali is a legend's adventure. Executive Sohail Khan pulls every one of the fittings to give the film a mass bid and that is the reason it most likely works.
Amusingness comes as jokes, droll and situational parody.
The underdog characters, alongside their rural, exuberant exchanges, are what give a spirit to the story. The pace is shocking and the main half is entirely enlivening. The second half experiences story weakness and equation based suggestions.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the main part, as the whimsical golf player is convincingly true, that is on account of he doesn't stray from being Ali.
Arbaaz Khan as his companion with negative qualities is similarly intense. Seema Biswas is likewise normal as Sulabha, their non-permanent mother. In any case, her shriek, uske pass mama hai, amid the climactic scene on the green, appears invoked.
Nikitin Dheer is enchanting as the duff and perpetually clumsy Danger Bhai. With his towering identity, endearing face and a delicate mien, he appears like an innocuous comedian.
Asif Basra as Kishen Lal, Paresh Ganatra as Danger Bhai's flunky and Jas Arora as Vikram Singh Rathod, the prevailing golf champion, have their minutes to sparkle on screen.
Amy Jackson is only there to up the excitement remainder, as Ali's chief and adoration interest. Furthermore, Jackie Shroff in a cameo is a blemish.
The Sufi melody, Parinda Hai, Parinda Hai, and the qawaali, Ya Ali Murtuza, are cozily tucked away into the portrayal. The foundation score is however boisterous and brash.
Generally speaking, Freaky Ali roused by the English film, Happy Gilmore, enlivens with its effortlessness and crude Indian claim.