movie director: Remy Kohli
Kuldip Patwal: I Didn’t Do It! The elements are all there: a man who starts off by selling vegetables and ends up manning a tiny ‘parchun ki dukaan’, being thwarted by all-round corruption, and suffering one blow after another. What propelled him to the point of pulling out a gun and shooting someone? It’s not that they don’t try, but they are left floundering, the former as a fellow protesting his innocence, and the latter as his mustachioed defense lawyer. From Kuldip Patwal’s point of view, everyone who doesn’t let him go ahead is the enemy: from the lowly government official who refuses to open his file, to the chief minister whose entourage blocks the road, and leads to a tragedy. Kuldip Patwal is a mess which never quite comes together, with both story and characters and dialogue meandering all over the place. movie rating: 1 star
The film opens with a man in prison for the murder of a politician. And Pravin Dabas never overcomes his badly written character. movie cast: Deepak Dobriyal, Gulshan Devaiah, Anurag Arora, Raima Sen, Pravin Dabas, Jameel Khan
Kuldip Patwal: I Didn’t Do It! For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App This bunch of actors can be a pleasure to watch: just Dobriyal and Devaiah are enough to raise an indifferent film. Well made, this kind of plot could lead to a solid crime thriller. Raima Sen is used all wrong as the prosecutor-with-a-secret. 2018-02-02T12:38:03+00:00″>
Updated: February 2, 2018 12:38 pm
Deepak Dobriyal and Gulshan Devaiah are enough to raise an indifferent film. And why is he keeping quiet, saying nothing in his defense? The backstory makes up the bulk of the film: who is the accused who goes by the name of Kuldip Patwal ( Dobriyal)? It’s not that they don’t try, but they are left flounderin
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