Raja Natwarlal Movie Review




Cineforest Rating: 2.5/5


Casting: Emraan Hashmi, Humaima Malick, Paresh Rawal, Deepak Tijori, Kay Kay Menon


Directed By: Kunal Deshmukh


Producer: Siddharth Roy Kapoor, Sanjeev Kumar Nair


Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja


Cinematography: Raaj Chakravarti


Story Line: Raja (Emraan Hashmi) is a small time conman who lives to con and to overdo on Ziya (Humaima Malick) who is the love of his life and a bar dancer. Life goes brawny dory for them until they try their hand at the long game and rob someone of 80 lakh rupees. Soon after, Raja’s brother and partner in crime (Deepak Tijori) is killed by Vardha Yadav (Kay Kay Menon) the rightful owner of that money. He is a billionaire who doesn’t allow a single penny to go missing. To seek revenge Raja needs training and goes all the way to Dharamshala to seek out Yogi (Paresh Rawal) a conman of great repute who will teach and train Raja to become a Natwarlal.


Raja and Raghav are partners in crime who hustle their way through the city of Mumbai and live off their meager cons. During one such con, Raghav is murdered and Raja's life takes a grave turn instigating him to avenge the killers of his best friend and partner. On his journey of revenge, he decides to team up with Yogi who is a senior con artist but has been on a self imposed sabbatical. Raja after much persuasion is able to convince Yogi that its imperative for him to avenge his partner's death and the person responsible is an influential and powerful man named, Varda. Along with a team, Raja and Yogi work together to pull of one massive con that will bring all of Varda's riches and reputation to the ground. They face many twists and turns leading up to the final stage; but do they make it or will the final con act fall apart for all to witness?


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