Saif Ali Khan’s ‘Kaalakaandi’ by Akshat Verma
Saif Ali Khan’s next movie titled as “Kaalakandi”. This is written and directed by Akshat Verma the writer of “Delhi Belly”. This movie is produced by Flying Unicorn Entertainment and Cinestaan Film Company. Kaalakaandi is a film which is also a black comedy. The movie is going to hit the screens on 12th January of 2018.
Saif Ali Khan’s ‘Kaalakaandi’ is one of the highly anticipated films. “Kaalakaandi” is Marathi slang for when things go disastrously wrong. This film mainly focuses on dark comedy about life, death and karma. This is a kind of story where fates intertwine and destinies bump into each other, chaotic ironies result at the end. This order is restored by a beautiful stroke of poetic justice. In the movie, they show about dark comedy tale which includes the lives of complete strangers intersect for a few frantic moments and lead to consequences not improbable but extraordinary.
The trailer of this movie stares at Saif Ali Khan, Akshay Oberoi, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Deepak Dobriyal, Vijay Raaz, Shobita Dhulipala and Isha Talwar, channels Isaac Newton’s third law of gravity. This law states that ‘Every action has a reaction,’ declares the trailer, demonstrating the impact of the ‘equal’ and ‘opposite’ bits of the rule.
The film makers want to make it more interesting to the audience, so they unveiled a funky poster of the film which shows Saif in a furry decked yellow coat, with his hair tied in multiple ponytails and a gun in hand. This has become the most innovative poster of Bollywood this year. After the release of this movie teaser, fans were eagerly awaiting for the release of the movie. However, contrary to the expectations, the trailer of Chote Nawab’s film will take some time to release as there is a delay in editings.
It allegedly features three stories that unravel one night in Mumbai and has been shot across the city. A source close to the development told a tabloid, “Saif’s character discovers that he has cancer and is dying. He lives in denial for a while. Then, his brother’s wedding comes up, he decides to live life to the fullest, trying out everything he hadn’t so far, including smoking, drinking and tripping on acid.” The story plays out in 12 hours, with six characters from different worlds, from urban, ambitious upwardly mobile Bombay and its dark, neglected under-belly. It revolves around hope, greed, love and lust gang up to provide all the drama, all of which takes place over the course of a single night.