When the entertainment business is witnessing its downfall, amidst the global shutdown due to Covid pandemic Khaali Peeli got released on 16th October. The movie got its digital release on Netflix and Ozee. Among various choices for people to watch it might confuse them that whether they should watch Khaali Peeeli or not?
Khaali Peeli Directed by Maqbool Khan, casting Ananya Panday, Ishaan Khatter, Jaideep Ahlawat, Swanand Kirkir definitely tried to hook you with the Screenplay but other than that as the name suggests “Khaali Peeli”, this is what exactly you will fee watching it (Aimlessly Watching). Ishaan Khatter-Ananya Panday starrer who thinks being bonkers is the best thing to be. The youthful lead pair endeavours hard to accomplish a type of chemistry which cannot be seen or felt. The deliberate no-brakes demonstration doesn’t exactly fall off on the grounds that the screenplay continues driving the crowd around the corner.
Where on one hand The Indian Express titled Khaali Peeli as a “Time Pass” movie on the other hand Times of India claimed, “Ishaan shines bright in this ode to the masala movies of Bollywood”. It was a portentous night when neighbourhood cabbie Blackie (Ishaan Khattar) unearths this pretty, bombastic and hot-headed young lady Pooja (Ananya Panday). There are thugs included and obviously, there’s this set of experiences among them, and Pooja, the runaway, is by all accounts conveying a huge load of money and adornments. For what reason does this ‘Aafat’ (by Blackie’s own affirmation) fall into his lap after such a long time and what’s the commotion all about?’Khaali Peeli’ is one momentous ride towards recovery, reconnection and, obviously, sentiments of love and romance!
The film includes various flaws and committed various mistakes therefore rewarded with 2.1/10 rating by IMDB. The film claims to be action and comedy but it is not much of either. The actors playing negative role seems so dull on-screen that it doesn’t match with the theme they want to portray. By taking a gander at Ishaan’s performance in each frame, one can tell that Ishaan has buckled down not just on getting into the soul of his character but delivering the subtleties right – the ideal moving of ‘Rs’ while talking the casual slang, the presumptuous stroll of Mumbai’s side of the road Romeos and fundamentally being air-light in real life and swiftly performing stunts and actions moreover shining on-screen with his extraordinary dance skills. Indeed, even in those Patiala suits and that colossal nose nail penetrated to some unacceptable side, Ananya looks each piece the glitz lady that she is. However, it is practically difficult to envision her character Pooja driving a dim and upsetting life in the paths of the unforgiving Kamathipura. The way that she is investing energy is apparent, however, in this job, she does not have the conviction of a young lady with a hard life.