Once upon a time, both Rana and Vikky were best friends, but today they are ready to kill each other and the entire credit for this goes to a corrupt politician and an underworld don, who has managed to create a rift between them.
In all of this, Rana’s girlfriend Neha gets murdered and the film suddenly becomes a thriller. Both Rana and Vikky are under the scanner as both have their reasons to have committed the crime.
Both Rana and Vikky run to their respective mentors for help, then are shown the down. It’s at this point that their eyes open and they unite to fight against them.
Makad Jaala, A Political Trap stars Amit Pundir, Ashmita Bakshi, Ananya Chaudhary and Mushtaq Khan and is being directed by Dinesh Kumar Sahu.
Technically the film is not even below par. From direction to camera work, editing to production values, everything puts you to shame and you are embarrassed that you have actually fallen into a trap to see the crap. Oops!!
If all this was not enough, the item number, performing by some hideous looking woman, is cheap and below the belt.
The film has no script and the director just does not believe in detailing. Logics are contorted and the background music irritates.
Geographically, the film has managed the impossible. The film is set in North India, but has been shot in Gujarat and it’s so apparent.
I would like to take this opportunity to request Dinesh Kumar Sahu to first learn the basics before even dreaming to direct this next.
Also would like to request the makers not to waste monies on such crappy stuff and try and use it for a social cause. At least they would get a lot of goodwill for their gesture and not be hated or cursed for making a film like Makad Jaala, A Political Trap and torturing the few who would have dared to see this one.
All in all, this film did not even deserve to be made.
Makad Jaala, A Political Trap, is all about a college revelry between Rana and Vikky. Both have their groups; The Rama Group and The Vikky Group. O...0.5