Freaky Ali 2016: Movie Review – Nawazuddin Siddiqui & Arbaaz Khan

Freaky Ali 2016: Movie Review

The latest Bollywood film is Freaky Ali a sports film, which is based on American Comedy film Happy Gilmore of 1996. The film is directed and written by Sohail Khan, produced by Salman Khan and Nishant Pitti. Freaky Ali released today on 9th September worldwide.

The Sultan of Bollywood Salman Khan who is the brother of director Sohail Khan and also the producer of the film has been promoting Freaky Ali since the launch of the trailer. He wished both the films of this week that are Freaky Ali as well as Baar Baar Dekho in a unique and his style by sharing a video. He shared this video on his Twitter account and wished both the directors and the entire cast of the films without naming the stars.

Sohail Khan hosted a special screening for Freaky Ali at Mumbai and invited his family members in which his father Salim Khan, mother Salma Khan and Helen attended the screening. He also invited few close friends Sonakshi Sinha, Jas Arora, Chunkey Pandey and much more.

Freaky Ali 2016: Movie Review
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Freaky Ali: Star Cast

  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Ali
  • Arbaaz Khan as Maqsood
  • Amy Jackson as Megha
  • Jas Arora as Peter
  • Seema Biswas as Sulbha
  • Nikitin Dheer as Danger Bhai
  • Asif Basra as Kishan Lal
  • Paresh Ganatra
  • Alam Khan

Freaky Ali: Story Plot

The film Freaky Ali is all about a so-called luxury sports Golf. Nawazuddin who is a common man in the film gets involved in this sport and tries to break the myth that it is a rich man’s sport. The film is a complete entertainer with convincing acting by Nawazuddin. The director succeeds in proving his point that anyone familiar man can play golf.

Critic Review

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The film got mixed reviews from the critics, Manjari Saxena of Gulf News said: “It’s not worth paying money to watch Freaky Ali in the theatre. Wait for the world television premiere. And then too, watch only if you are a big fan of Siddiqui’s.”

Final Verdict

The film seems to be a low budget entertainer but is not up to the mark due to few technical issues like screenplay and others. Although the direction was magnificent and has successfully pushed the message and the silver lining was Nawazuddin’s powerful, versatile performance. So, a light film for this weekend but has to face another big budget film as a competition. Let’s see which one wins the hearts of the audiences.

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