The comedy is fun, but one wonders if too much of it can get excessive and if the film could have been more tighter to ensure the comedy remains fresh throughout. The film begins with an introduction to Nograj, about how scamming, taking and more taking defines his character and how his character is defined by the lack of any morals. Nograj creates controversies to make Patil seem worse. I felt the run time for the movie could have been 30 minutes shorter but nonetheless it is a great movies. However, he refuses to release the information as a normal politician like Nograj himself would.
Nograj, a narcissistic crazy politician who exploits a city and its resources. Humble Politiciann Nograj's best asset is the timing of its release, ahead of the state assembly elections and it presents a rather scary picture of what politicians can do if power goes in the wrong hands. The theme music for Nograj and the overall background score helps in setting the mood throughout. Given that Kanglish films aren't many, this could appeal to the urban audience who understand the problems being discussed there. Sp the film received mixed reviews, critics praised Sait performance however criticized the story and long-term time.
The chemistry and timing that the two share is commendable. His opponents never see him coming and people just sit back and enjoy the freak show. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites. The film has innumerable wacky set pieces conceived brilliantly by the writing team. Advertising Satire is a very effective political weapon, which allows the weak to question those in power.
Not just that, it also enlightens people on whom to blame for the problems they face in day-to-day life. Once the antagonist starts getting more screen space and socially conscious lines, the audience have a dilemma on whom to root for during the actual result announcement. Rakshit Shetty and Hemant Rao soon joined as producers and helped them make the film. Or call out members of the public who sell their political rights for money. The detachment between the local governing body and the state government. This film does not recommend who you should vote for.
Humble Politiciann Nograj is a Kannada film in nomenclature, but it does place itself in a niche category since the best jokes of the film are in English. The film stars Danish Sait, who plays the title character of Nograj, a narcissistic crazy politician who exploits a city and its resources. To this end, Nograj bribes the electrician Kempaiah to shut off the power grid. Humble Politician Nograj is an Indian Kannada-language comedy film written and directed by Saad Khan. In a surprising way, Humble Politician Nograj is also very kind to treating homosexuality in the film. You can expect dirty, funny, sexy, ridiculous! After his faithful assistant Monjunath Vijay Chendoor gets him to remember his true goals of making as much money as possible, Nograj claims that Patil beat him up at their meeting, after Monjunath and his other helper Pramod Vamsidhar Bhogaraju beat him up themselves, which quickly gains media attention.
At the announcement of results, Nograj wins but tricks Patil into thinking that he will give the title to Patil, then takes the victory, stating that Patil, like everyone else, should be a citizen because he believed Nograj was genuine. There are many praiseworthy moments where you get to laugh out loud. His flawless execution of the character Nograj deserves an applaud. They wrote the story in 4 days. Although innovatively written and shot, the film does take a nosedive when Nograj is confused about his morality towards the end. Nograj asks for an election ticket but his party secretary tells him that he needs to rise in popularity. The in-your-face humor suddenly sounds like meta-fiction creating the audience flip voters within the film, pushing them to replicate whom they root for.
It points to the very fact that the comedy scene in India still suffers from prejudice, misogynism and racism. Of course, this doesn't take away a few priceless scenes from the film that you end up discussing long after you've watched the film. And decides to lead the change by independently contesting the elections. At times, it feels jagged and scenes suddenly jump from one to another. He had been an internet sensation among urban dwellers for years. The film stars Danish Sait, who plays the title character of Nograj, a narcissistic crazy politician who exploits a city and its resources.
Directed by: Starring: Danish Sait, Vijay Chendoor, Sumukhi Suresh, Roger Narayan, Sruthi Hariharan, Srinivas Prabhu Once corporator Nograj contests the Assembly polls, all problems that a Bengaluru national will straightaway connect with — potholes, manholes, Bellandur lake, garbage, no parking signs on the streets, power cuts, flex banners — become a district of the plot. Humble Politician Nograj is going to make you laugh. The film received mixed reviews, critics praised Sait's performance but criticized the story and long run time. Running time 2h 25m Country India Language Kannada Humble Politician Nograj is an Indian Kannada-language comedy film written and directed by. The ensemble has some good performers, be it Sumukhi Suresh as Nograj's wife Lavanya, Vamsidhar Bhogaraju as Pramod or Roger Narayan as Arun Patil.
While the writing is clever and some of the puns and wordplay are smart, it seems too forced eventually throughout the film. Their acts online and on the stage in improv shows have won them fans. When Rama asks Patil why he didn't reveal Nograj's water scam, he says he would never stoop to Nograj's level. Nograj tails Patil and doctors footage of him helping his wife Rama Shruti Harihatan in a store to claim he had harassed her by taking her clothes off. But the humor, sadly, seldom rises on top of commonplace cribbing.
Danish created this animation character for his prank shows on radio and later started doing social commentary using him. While mocking the powerful, this form of comedy also enlightens the people about the real intent behind the actions of those who give us the marching orders. The film mirrors the sorry state of the politics in the country and the demeaning ways used to win an election. Patil actually focuses on implementing solution, like installing protective lining under pools of polluted water, trucking water to those affected by water shortages, or giving generators to those affected by Nograj's power outage. It is also a progressive film, that deals with taboo and touchy issues with maturity and kindness.