Kaamyaab: 2020 Indian Family Comedy Drama

Kaamyaab: 2020 Indian Family Comedy Drama

Movie Name: Kaamyaab
Directed by: Hardik Mehta
Starring: Sanjay Mishra, Deepak Dobriyal, Isha Talwar, Devas Dixit
Genre: FamilyDramaComedy
Release Date: 06 March 2020
Running Time: 129 Minutes
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Kaamyaab is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language drama film directed & written by the National Award winner Hardik Mehta, and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment and Drishyam Films. Starring Sanjay Mishra and Deepak Dobriyal in the lead roles, it is the story of a washed up “side-actor” of Hindi movies, who wants to make a comeback with a memorable role so that he can complete a record figure of acting in 500 films.

Kaamyaab is the journey of Sudheer, a washed up side actor from the heyday of Bollywood. Years after his retirement, he realizes that he ‘retired’ on the verge of accomplishing a unique record. He decides to come out of his retirement to complete the round figure of 500 and get that one substantial role for which he will be remembered forever.

Kaamyaab features veteran actor Sanjay Mishra who himself has played typical side roles in many Hindi movies and with this film he gets a titular role like never before.

The official announcement for Har Kisse Ke Hisse… Kaamyaab was made by Red Chillies Entertainment on 31 January 2020. Presented by Red Chillies Entertainment, a Drishyam Films production, the film is produced by Gauri Khan, Manish Mundra & Gaurav Verma, and directed by Hardik Mehta.

The official poster of the film was released on 17th February 2020. Next day official trailer of the film was launched by Red Chillies Entertainment.

The film’s songs are composed by Rachita Arora, with lyrics written by Neeraj Pandey.

Kaamyaab Movie Trailer:

#Aaloo | Dialogue Promo

Movie Review:

Character or junior artistes in Hindi cinema have always been malleable. From that doctor who emerges from the OT to offer an integrated prescription of dava and dua to those mole-bearing bandits who succumb to the very first bullet — they slip into diverse avatars without realising a distinctive identity. As the lead in this film, a veteran character actor himself, puts it, “we’re like aalu, can be tossed into any dish”. Hardik Mehta’s Kaamyaab is a well-deserved tribute to those countless performers relegated to the fringes of every movie poster. They may have slipped through the cracks of time, but their humble contributions are immeasurable.

Har Kisse ke Hisse Kaamyaab Movie Review in Hindi by Pratik Borade

Kaamyaab | Movie Review | by Sonup – Hit or Flop?

This one opens to a TV interview with veteran character actor Sudheer (Sanjay Mishra) being filmed at his modest home. When asked to repeat his iconic dialogue, “Bas enjoying life, aur option hi kya hain?”, he mutters it listlessly, furnishing a poignant irony given his present situation. After his last film stirred a salacious scandal, the visibly washed up actor hung up his boots. But when he’s informed by this interviewer that he has featured in 499 movies (as per his IMDB page), he’s surprised and a bit embarrassed when he examines the list himself. To mark his 500th on a glorious note, Sudheer decides that he must attempt one last film. He pats down his wig, brushes his shoes against his calves, throws on his shades and is geared up for his grand comeback. But out of commission for some time, Sudheer’s rusty. Also, since one generation’s ‘compelling’ can be excessively ‘hammy’ for another, his chest-beating approach, amplified with a swig of liquid courage to curb performance anxiety, doesn’t cut it anymore. With the help of casting director Dinesh Gulati (Deepak Dobriyal), he bags a minor role in a major motion picture, where he is to play Rana ka baap, Maharana. But will Sudheer’s dated ways allow him to blend in and pull through? Or will he flounder away this career-defining opportunity in his idiosyncratic manner?

To call this Mishra’s chef d’oeuvre would be unfair and probably, not entirely true. But the actor encapsulates the vulnerability and angst of his character’s peculiar position in every frame. The film allows him to delve into his multiple lives: a doting father and grandpa, a whiskey-chugging doston ka dost, and even an empathetic sounding board-of-sorts to a struggling cub actor. But he’s also sharp in conveying Sudheer’s crushing lows. Dobriyal, while in a brief role, is on point and delivers. Cameos by iconic character actors such as Avtar Gill, Manmauji, Lilliput, Guddi Maruti, Birbal and the late Viju Khote who play themselves in the film lends this one a realistic edge.

The creative recession in the ’80s was so severe that almost every film had a standard premise, and character actors were unavoidable fixtures. Lawyers, in the their closing statement, always requested for “kadi se kadi sazza” for the accused, while policemen would perennially tilt out of their jeeps and yell into megaphones, saying “humne tumhe chaaron oorr se gher liya hain” to assure the villain that he’s doomed. Lower in the order of celebrity, those who essayed these bite-sized roles often found themselves battling a hollow existential crisis. And thus justifying their struggle of trying to elevate themselves from being a vaguely recognizable face to one who’s celebrated for this craft. Some, as this film shows, decide to rest on their mild fame by accepting local commercials to stay in circulation if not to make ends meet, while others wallow in nostalgia over a neat peg or three. Kaamyaab is a heart-breaking watch and fitting tribute to these invisible stars of cinema.

Kaamyaab Movie Songs:

Song Title: Tim Tim Tim
Lyrics: Neeraj Pandey
Music Composer: Rachita Arora
Singer(s): Bappi Lahiri

Song Title: Paaon Bhaari
Lyrics: Neeraj Pandey
Music Composer: Rachita Arora
Singer(s): Ash King

Song Title: Sikandar
Lyrics: Neeraj Pandey
Music Composer: Rachita Arora
Singer(s): Hariharan

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