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Karan Deol gives a definite interpretation to this comic caper that will make you laugh all the time

by Stewart Cole

Film: Willing
Release date: December 10, 2021
Mold: Karan Deol, Anya Singh, Abhay Deol, Mouni Roy
Director: Deven Munzal Read also – Mooney Roy teases, touches, pushes as she goes to work – watch shocking video

After Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas (2019), Karan Deol’s second film, Velle, hit the big screens today. The film is directed by Deven Munjal and also stars Anya Singh, Abhay Deol, Mouni Roy. It is a remake of the movie Brochevarevarura in Telugu, starring Sree Vishnu, Nivetha Thomas and Satyadev Kancharana. Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas failed to make a mark at the box office and even Karan’s performance was not appreciated. So will he finally be able to prove his acting skills with Velle? Read the review below to find out that … Read also – Shweta Tiwari, Surbhi Chandna, Nia Sharma: 10 good TV actors who love to show off their hot bodies

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Comedy is a difficult genre and very rarely do you come across a true comedy of mistakes. But Velle is one such release that does not falter in its core strength – it is a comic caper and will make you laugh to the end.

The film begins with Rishi Singh (Abhay Deol), a director who can somehow reach out to popular actress Rohini (Mouni Roy) for his low-budget film. It tells the story of three best friends – Rahul (Karan Deol), Rambo (Savant Singh Premi) and Raju (Visshesh Tiwari), also known as the R3 gang – who are all lazy, troublemakers and fans with bad grades and composure. . -activation of function.

The R3 gang soon befriends Riya (Anya), the daughter of their Director’s firefighter (Zakir Hussain) and the four bodyguards call themselves “R4 Gang”.

Riya wants to explore life, she wants to learn to dance and live a life free of her father, who is a bit of a maniac who worries about his daughter. The quartet, then, enters into a design.

R3 will kidnap Riya and ask for ransom, which is surprisingly paid, and just when you think you have wrapped your head around the whole plot, a real gang comes and kidnaps Riya for real ransom. Everything is lost when Riya has the ransom. R3s are broken and pass from one sticky state to another.

Not just one but three different parallel narratives are played at the same time, and in the end, they all collide with each other to create an epic colossal comedy of mistakes.

Karan Deol surpasses everyone else with his confidence and talent. He insists on his strength, tickles the audience or makes them shed a tear when needed. He is someone to watch out for, especially because he has succeeded in a genre where many others fail.

The rest of the cast also offers stunning performances, with Anya Singh, Savant Singh Premi and Visshesh Tiwari standing out. They make the viewing experience new and refreshing.

A remake of a Telugu movie, Velle is a choc-a-bloc with twists and turns, and just when you think you understand the plot, a lot more unfolds. He is a pure family entertainer who is hilarious and well made.

The creators did not explore the character of Abhay Deol enough. Has limited screen time. If he got more, his performance would have a greater impact. However, it is a movie that you can not afford to miss.

Rating:3.5 out of 5

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