Anupam Kher is a versatile actor whose performances inevitably enthral me. He has played the roles of villains, comic characters, serious characters and other challenging roles like brother, father etc with elan and great professionalism. So, when I read in the papers that there is a new movie with him in it it was enough for me to agree to Ramesh’s invitation to go to it with him earlier this afternoon.
That the outing would include a visit to a favourite snack joint was icing on the cake and the Paneer Kati Roll was worth its weight in gold.
Ekkeess Toppon Ki Salaami defies description. It is at times comic, sometimes tragic, and at others emotionally charged up. I am not familiar with any of the other characters involved in the making of this film but I must confess that I was impressed with the overall effect of the picture in terms of acting, direction and photography.
Anupam Kher lived up to my expectations with a sterling performance. His best was in acting as a corpse. Not a very easy thing to do and he did it with ridiculous ease.
I recommend this to all my friends who would like to see an unusual but very entertaining film. I have no hesitation in giving the film a [rating=6] rating.