Kaagaz Movie Review:
Star Cast: Pankaj Tripathi, Sandeepa Dhar, Monal Gajjar, Amar Upadhyay, Tina Ahuja.
Director: Satish Kaushik
Producer: Salman Khan
Kaagaz Movie Review: With Complete analysis
Director Satish Kaushik starts the film in a light-hearted manner, but with time the film becomes very serious. As the film progresses, you begin to understand the pain and stubbornness of Bharat Lal.
The film also gives a positive message of the spirit of struggle. Although the film sometimes seems very slow, the new tricks of Bharat Lal once again awaken your interest in the story. The film could have been cut a little shorter.
If you go anywhere for any government work, then Kaagaz is needed for this. Without these Kaagaz, you have no work, but if you are declared dead in these Kaagaz then you cannot do any work while living.
Kaagaz Movie: Storyline
The Kaagaz is based on the true events that give importance to this one official paper. The film is based on the life of Lal Bihari Deceased, who proved himself alive after an 18-year long struggle.
Bharat Lal (Pankaj Tripathi), a resident of a small village in Khalilabad, UP, is a bandmaster living happily with his wife Rukmani (M Monal Gajjar) and children.
Bharat Lal’s wife Rukmani advises him to take a loan from the bank to expand his work. When Bharat Lal goes to the bank, he asks for land papers to pledge against the loan. When Bharat Lal goes to get his land papers, he is surprised to know that according to the papers he is dead and his land has been distributed to his uncle’s sons.
After this, Bharat Lal’s long struggle begins in which he keeps going from Lekhpal to the Prime Minister and the court.
In this long struggle, Bharat Lal’s business stops, the family leaves but Bharat Lal does not give up. How Bharat Lal survives himself on paper after an 18-year-long struggle is the story of this struggle.
Watch or Not??
- It is a must-watch movie.
- At this time, it would be perfectly right to call Pankaj Tripathi, the Nagina of Bollywood. He gets so deep into each character that he looks exactly like him.
- In the film, the characters of Mita Vashistha, Neha Chauhan, Amar Upadhyay, and Brijendra Kala are very small but all have done justice to their characters.