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Lucknow Central Movie Review: It surely deserves a dekho

  • Lucknow Central Movie Review: It surely deserves a dekho

    Summary: Yet, the plusses in Lucknow Central outnumber the weaknesses. Lucknow Central will make you laugh and cry, and will leave you with memories that last long after the film concludes. But Kishan faces his biggest obstacle when the barbaric jailor (Ronit Roy), a staunch opponent of reforms, gets a whiff of his plan. Inspired by true incidents, 'Lucknow Central' revolves around five jail inmates who dream of freedom, with Farhan Akhtar's Kishan repeatedly asserting lines like: "Bande qaid hote hain, sapne nahin,' or 'Shehar chote hote hai, spane nahi.' An aspiring singer from Moradabad, Kishan wishes to form a music band, but ends up in jail after being inaccurately accused of murder.

    A still from 'Lucknow Central' 'Lucknow Central' U/A; Drama/Musical/Thriller Director: Ranjit Tiwari Cast: Farhan Akhtar, Diana Penty, Gippy Grewal, Deepak Dobriyal, Ronit Roy, Inaamulhaq, Rajesh Sharma Rating: Debutante director Ranjit Tiwari's ability to whip up a warm tale about dreams, loss and surviving life's catastrophes is commendable. Inspired by true incidents, 'Lucknow Central' revolves around five jail inmates who dream of freedom, with Farhan Akhtar's Kishan repeatedly asserting lines like: "Bande qaid hote hain, sapne nahin,' or 'Shehar chote hote hai, spane nahi.' An aspiring singer from Moradabad, Kishan wishes to form a music band, but ends up in jail after being inaccurately accused of murder. While he awaits his trial, he learns that the chief minister (played by Ravi Kishan), whose character is loosely based on Akhilesh Yadav, has announced an inter-jail music competition as part of an Independence Day ceremony , As Reported By Mid-day.

    According to the Newspaper,He decided to form a band with the help of an NGO worker (played by Diany Penty) with the hidden motive of making an escape. Kishan's inmates help him chalk out the masterplan, with the hope that their friend can realise his dream. But Kishan faces his biggest obstacle when the barbaric jailor (Ronit Roy), a staunch opponent of reforms, gets a whiff of his plan.

    Source: http://www.mid-day.com/articles/lucknow-central-movie-review-film-rating-farhan-akhtar-diana-penty-bollywood-news/18579156


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