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Blackmail Movie Cast, Crew, Story and Review:
Blackmail Flim Crew:
Directed by Abhinay Deo
Writing Credits (in alphabetical order) Parveez Sheikh (story and screenplay) & Pradhuman Singh (dialogue)
|Hanif Chunawala||…||executive producer|
|Akshay Powale||…||executive producer|
Music by Mikey McCleary & Parth Parekh
Cinematography by Jay Oza
Film Editing by Huzefa Lokhandwala
Casting By Roshmi Banerjee
Blackmail Flim Star Cast:
Irrfan Khan as Dev Kaushal
Kirti Kulhari as Reena
Urmila Matondkar as Mili (Dancer in Bewafa beauty song)
Arunoday Singh as Ranjit Arora
Omi Vaidya as DK
Gajraj Rao as Chawla
Divya Dutta as Dolly Verma
Blackmail Movie Story:
Flim Story of Blackmail Movie: Dev (Irfan Khan) is a toilet paper salesman. One evening he decides that he will be able to leave early from work and go home with a bouquet of rose for his wife. When he returns home, his wife is on the bed with another man. After this, there are many such incidents that are fun and humiliating in a serial manner.
Blackmail Movie Review:
Flim Review of Blackmail Movie: Middle-class man is the victim of his own circumstances. He lives the life of subordination in such a way that when the situation of differences arises, then he struggles to commit the crime. He leaves his fate. The concept of blackmail is this, and this turmoil comes with a good twist in the film. There are daily problems of common man such as EMIs, loans and unsuccessful relationships.
When Dev comes to know about his wife, then he blackmails his lover Ranjit (Arunoday Singh) who then blackmail God’s wife. The drama grows further when the rest of the characters of God’s life are aware of the blackmailing plans of his life. After that everyone starts blackmailing anybody for some purpose. The place where a situational human is born is quite fun. Parvez Sheikh (Writer of the Queen and Bajrangi Bhaiyan) has written well and the comedy has been presented efficiently in the scenes.
The first half of the film is a bit slow. It takes time to set up the plot, but the latter humor is quite entertaining. The second half laughs at me. As each plot opens, the conditions are fun. A direction of Abhinav Dev is worth the money. After his black comedy ‘Delhi Bailey’, he has succeeded a lot in the genre he has once again tried. The film’s Toilet Humor will remind you of ‘Delhi Bailey’. Amit Trivedi’s music in the film fits on the right seat. Omi Vaidya in the film encourages Dev in her funny American language, ‘Shake It Up’. Apart from this, the song of the movie has been good! Overall Blackmail’s humor and its presentation are excellent.
Talking about acting, Irfan, who is neither standing with his boss nor his treacherous wife, has given a solid performance as an average office man. He has brought helplessness to his character and when he is planning to blackmail, he plays very easily. There are uncertainties in his actions which come from his goodness and laugh at it. Arunoday Singh is quite angry as a bad boy. This is the best performance of his career so far. Divya Dutta is entertained as Ranjit’s wife. His chests are attractive with Arunodaya. Kirti Kulhari has also done her character well.
The blackmail plot is its hero and it manages the balance between dark and funny. The film does not release its black humor anywhere. After a long time, such a fun movie has come.
Blackmail Movie Official Trailer: