Tamanchey is a story of two criminals Munna Mishra (Nikhil Dwivedi) and Babu (Richa Chadda) who meet as their police van meets with an accident. Munna and Babu can’t stand each other but decide to stick together in order to avoid getting caught.
Munna and Babu then embark on a journey to evade arrest and bond like house on fire. After a passionate session of love making, Babu abandons Munna in the big city of Delhi. The dejected Munna, who has fallen in love with Babu, goes around the city on a search spree and finally lands on the doorsteps of a drug lord Rana (Amandeep Singh Sidhu).
Soon Munna finds that Babu is Rana’s toy girl and loves but cannot go against Rana. Both then decide to escape from the dreaded drug lord Rana and this is what Tamanchey is all about.
Tamanchey has a scene in which Munna and Babu start making out during a bank dacoity. The ideas behind this sequence might be grand but how it looks on the screen is nothing more than a juvenile effort.Unfortunately, there are many such scenes in the film.
Tamanchey falls way short of the mark. A stodgy and aimless screenplay with below average performances. The insipid screenplay throws up nothing that could justify its existence.
While Nikhil Dwivedi appears earnest as he has tried a lot to look convincing, Richa Chadda, is a huge led down and completely off the mark. Damandeep Singh Siddhu is bearable.
The music of the film is one of the many disasters. The film has nothing to offer barring some cheap titillation. It’s really sad to see such work on celluloid.
At the end of it, one needs to ask the makes why make a terrible film like Tamanchey and have to guts to even release the same.
It's full of tacky dialogues, it's full of some tacky love making scenes and it's full of some tacky performances; well we are talking about a disaste...0.5