Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami is all about Purushotam Joshi (Anupam Kher), an honest BMC worker who operates a fogging machine on the streets of Mumbai keeping dangerous diseases like dengue and malaria away. He has never taken a day off and always done his job with full honesty.
On the day of his retirement, he is humiliated and suspended for losing the fogging machine, which he didn’t actually lose. He finds it difficult to prove his innocence but his two sons, Subhash Joshi (Divyendu Sharma) and Shekhar Joshi (Manu Rishi) as who otherwise have been useless will now help him fulfill his last wish.
Purushotam Joshi’s decide to swap their fathers dead body with the Chief Ministers, who died on the same day and this his how he will get the honor that he always desired. A juvenile and bizarre plot.
The weakest past of Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami is its direction and script as its all over the place. Ravindra Gautam has just made a film that has mistakes all the way. Song sequences that just appear from no where and lets not even talk but the screenplay. The film just goes on and on and is never ending.
Off the star cast, Anupam Kher and Neha Dhupia (Jayaprabha), a starlet who is in a relationship with the Chief Minister are the best part of the film. Divyendu Sharma as Purushotam Joshi’s son is bearable. Aditi Sharma plays the girl next door with innocence and charm. She is cutesy, pleasing and very sweet in her performance.
If your idea of going for a film is to get entertained and have a good time, then this is not something you would want invest your time and money on.
It's boring, it's insipid and it's an opportunity gone waste; well we are talking about Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami which his neither unbearable, nor is ...1.0