But post seeing P Se PM Tak, I am aghast and ashamed at the same time.
Moving on, the film revolves around a small town prostitute (Meenakshi Dixit), who is on the run and desperately needs money.
As expected, she is ready to do anything, I mean anything to earn money. As luck could have it, she lands up in a town where by-elections are just on their way.
There, she gets caught in the vortex of political mess, where by sheer luck, she ends up becoming the Chief Minister. Wow!! That’s so cool.
The screenplay, if one is forced to call it, is pathetic. The comedy fails to make you laugh as it’s forced and laced with cheap sexual innuendoes.
The music of this film needs a special mention as it as set a benchmark because one cannot get worse than this.
Performances are hardly anything to even mention about. All the actors have mastered the art of sleep walking their parts and are just not interested in what they have been asked to do. Well cannot blame them for this.
Apart from Meenakshi Dixit, the film stars Bharat Jadhav, Yashpal Sharma, Vedish, Aanjjan Srivastav, Chinmay Jadhav, Deepak Shirke, Akhilendra Mishra, Mushtaq Khan, Upasana Singh, Virendra Saxena, Prerna Wanvari, Pandharinath Kamble, Indrajeet Soni and Aakash Pandey.
P Se PM Tak shows Kundan Shah’s desperation to make a film that would have a mass appeal, but then what one saw was a sham.
One is aghast to see films like Dirty Politics and P Se PM Tak been made by such veterans like K. C. Bokadia and Kundan Shah, makers that we once looked up to and who once believed in good content.
What a shame!!
Kundan Shah was the only reason why I went to see P Se PM Tak (Prostitute Se Prime Minister Tak) as I have been a great fan of his films like Jaane Bh...0.5