Sulemani Keeda is all about Dulal (Naveen Kasturia) and Moinak (Mayank Tewari) who write Bollywood scripts, knocking at filmmakers doors while managing love, their friendship, rent and their landlord’s son.
Dylan and Moinak meet Gonzo Kapoor (Karan Mirchandani), ageing star-son who wants a script full of orgies and sexual undertones. Now as they get to write this one, Dulal falls for Ruma (Aditi Vasudev) and things start to fall apart. Ruma is about to leave for America on a photography course but the attraction between her and Dulal grows.
Moinak wants Dulal to focus fully on writing the script but Dulal wants to spend time with Ruma. The two go for dinner to Colaba where Dulal confesses to Ruma he wants to travel and she encourages him to live his life.
To make matters worse for Dulal, Gonzo Kapoor takes the two writers to his farmhouse to brainstorm but they find the censor board chief Mr. Nene (Dilip Prabhavalkar) there with his almost nude date.
Moinak and Dulal have a fight and the friends part ways. Moinak meets Gonzo Kapoor and his producer father separately and gets signed to produce a script that should be like a recipe for keema.
One year later, Moinak is the star writer of a blockbuster movie starring Gonzo Kapoor while Dulal has become a serious writer and is about to visit America to publicize his book. The two friends meet in a bar and laugh about their attempts to write.
Sulemani Keeda is a fun watch with most of the sequences being original and hilarious. The dialogues are brilliant and will surely make you laugh loud.
Some performances, particularly Mayank Tewari as Moinak and Karan Mirchandani as Gonzo need a huge round of applause.
What’s sad is the fact that such brilliant scripts are never given their due and die a premature death.
All said and done, this Sulemani Keeda is worth all the pain!!
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