1 Potent concoction:
Nautanki Saala has Rohan Sippy making a visually stunning high on content film. In fact Nautanki Saala proves to a more than potent mix of comedy, romance and drama.
The film has cleverly placed comic one liners and moments.
2 Clean, intelligent, fun family entertainer:
In today's day and age when item numbers have become an almost must for every film, Nautanki Saala proves to be a breath of fresh air. Not only has Sippy managed to make the most of a relatively new cast, the story line and script flow seamlessly aided on with the witty yet funny moments interspersed through the film.
Being a remake of the 2003 French film Apres Vouse, Nautanki Saala steers away from being just another slapstick comedy that uses every trick in the book to make you laugh. Though most remakes may revert to the plain Jane antics of humour, Sippy goes a step ahead encouraging the line of new age cinema that embiggens the smallest minds to a point of Newtonian genius. On the whole Nautanki Saala, turns out to be a clean, yet intelligent fun filled family entertainer.
3 Visual complexity:
4 Endearing yet larger than life characters:
One of the most important factors that link a film character to the viewers is the level of identification any viewer has to a character on screen. The film breaks new grounds on this front with Nautanki Saala that features endearing yet larger than life on screen characters.
In fact so well have the makers of the film managed to blend the characterization that viewers almost instantly begin to identify with the characters, you will laugh at their banter, and you will appreciate the creativity and imagination of the storyline.
5 Musically sound:
Apart from the story, the narrative, acting and everything else another major factor that goes a long way for any film is its music. With one of India's largest music companies backing the film [T-Series], the soundtrack is lively, with tremendous recall value.
Trendy, smart, speedy yet melodious the songs effortlessly connect with the audience pulse. While 'Mera Mann' remains the pick of the lot, 'Saddi Gali' is equally soothing, while 'Dhak Dhak', captures the yesteryears feel seamlessly.
On the whole, for all those looking for clean, intelligent fun, then Nautanki Saala is where you need to be headed.