Why Cheat India Movie Review
Director: Soumik Sen
Artists: Imran Hashmi, Shreya Dhanvantari
Move Type : Drama
Rating: 3/ 5
In Bollywood, many films like 'Taare Zameen Par', 'Three Idiots', 'Reservation', 'Nil Batte Sannata', 'Chalk and Duster' have been made which raise questions on the education system, but this is the first time that the education system is licking Wali termite means cheating mafia has been exposed in such a way that your eyes widen and you fall into thinking. This will be the strength of the subject, which Emraan Hashmi, known as serial Kisar, not only limited himself as an actor through this film but also decided to become a producer.
The story is like that of a person like Rakesh Singh aka Rocky (Emraan Hashmi), who is burdened with his family and dreams and has gone on a path of cheating which he considers not only for himself but also for others. Rakesh, who has made deep inroads in the education system, is a mafia who takes full advantage of the shortcomings of the education system. Utilizes the intelligence and ability of poor meritorious students. These poor qualified students give entrance exams for the rich children and it charges a lot of money from the parents of those rich children. Rakesh remains free from guilt by giving money to poor children. One of his victims becomes Sattu (Snigdhadip Chatterjee) and his sister (Shreya Dhanvantari) also comes under his influence.
In the story, Rakesh Singh has a decent and decent family, on the other side, the cheater team that accompanies him in cheating. The tune of earning the fat goods on the strength of capable students makes him intent on making this scam bigger. Now more people have joined him. He makes poor children make money and a loincloth, but then one of his trump cards gets misplaced and he gets up to the law. Will the shackles of law prevent him from hollowing out the education system? You will have to watch the film to know this.
Writer-director Soumik Sen keeps a tight grip on the subject, under which he exposes corruption in the education system layer by layer. He has realistically depicted the pressure on children to become doctors, engineers, MBAs, with flaws inside the system. They do not fail to tell that the father will not see his child as an investment under the burden of education loan, he will die while alive. Despite this, the screenplay would have been agile, so the story could have been made more sharper. After the interval, the film gets a grip. The pre-climax is interesting, but the climax could have been made more shocking.
Emraan Hashmi has done well as an actor. This cheating business has its own justifications as Rakesh aka Rocky, and that justification is reflected in Imran's sarcastic smile to body language. The line of difference must have been too fine for Imran to play the role of the hero and Villan, but they did not allow him to be anywhere extreme. Shreya and Snigdhadeep have acted very fresh and comfortable in the new faces. Companion casts are perfect.