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Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke 2013 Movie Review

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Starring Cast: Adah Sharma, Dev Goel, Anupam Kher, Juhi Chawla, Sanjay Dutt, Chunky Pandey, Rati Agnihotri, Ganesh Venkatraman, Amit Mistry, Viveck Vaswani, Samrat Mukerji

Director: Jyotin Goel
Produced By: Jyotin Goel
Release Date: May 24, 2013

Expert movie maker, Jyotin Goel, of INAAM DUS HAZAR, SAFARI and then ZAHREELEY with popularity is returning after a lengthy break with a crazy rom-com, HUM HAI RAAHI CAR KE! And now, it’s all the more unique as the movie is the release based on an automobile of his attractive son, Dev Goel starring along with the 1920 lady, the wonderful Adah Sharma! And just like his past movies, Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke also celebrates his fortunate appeal, Sanjay Dutt who articulates a very important part. Songs division is under the assistance of the ably skilled Siddharth and Sangeet Haldipur also worked earlier on MURDER 2 and BLOOD MONEY tracks and has just provided an excellent ranking for aatma as well, so we do anticipate some excellent items from them. So let's get began and examine out what is in offing!
A call center worker and her best friend choose to take a journey to Pune on the evening of the New years. En path, the movie is loaded with their sleazy ventures. The evening that changes and gets crazy with the following activities, pellets together the various occur ring’s that occur over the next eight hours (as plotted in the movie)!

It affects to throw away the theatre mantras. If you are an art fan, movies are such activities of art but such movies offend some common sensibilities and scrolls off the movies importance completely. Trying to be humorous, entrapping all the obvious misadventures, there are only a few circumstances where unique impolite humour will press out and have a good laugh from you. Besides that, there is no enjoyment, no enjoyment and mostly no tale at all in the movie.

Jyotin Goel has lost for making a movie like this one. With no idea about films, this project dooms for his deficiency of perspective, intellect, and the primary value of reasoning. He is not able to evaluate it as anything nice. Neither a constant thriller nor a stunning funny, the movie is an unpleasant variety.

Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke at no cue gives you a purpose to take a glimpse at the movie. Garnished with unusual rococo rubbish, the movie is an agonizing encounter. Though expert stars offer some attractive advantages, overall the tale blabbers on gibberish-ly not providing its viewers any “getting rid of the baloney” kind of a plot!