- Genere: Comedy Drama.
- Plot: Set in 1921 pre-independent India, this limited budget period film is a lethargic love story served with a pinch of patriotism.
|Start Cast||Kapil Sharma, Ishita Dutta, Monica Gill, Edward Sonnenblick, Kumud Kumar Mishra, Rajesh Sharma, Jameel Rahman Khan, Inaamulhaq, Aanjjan Srivastav and Vishal O Sharma|
|Time||2 hours 30 minutes.|
“The Kapil Sharma Show” and “Comedy Nights With Kapil” Fame Kapil Sharma is coming back on screen after shutting down his most popular shows. His second Bollywood film is finally released on 1st December 2017.
Kis Kisko Pyar Karoon, the debut movie of Kapil Sharma did well at the box office which raises the high expectation of fans. But, Firangi did not meet the fan’s expectations. Kapil Sharma has a comic image, but in the movie, he acts in a bit grey shade. On the face of Kapil Sharma, the smile sounds good, and they look good making laugh others. As a producer, he tried to snatch comedy and made a British-era film. Kapil Sharma keeps aside his X Factor, and he decided to be the one acted actor, who looks good but does not fall in the heart. He gives 200% in the acting, but people do not like because of his bubbly image. But, we should appreciate him for his boldness to go against his usual image.
Kapil Sharma as Mangatrat Aka Manga was born upside down, so he used to fix waist pain with his leg. He is unemployed therefore he is not able to get married to Sargi (Ishita Dutta). The film is from the 1920s. Manga, i.e. Kapil Sharma is a simple young man and has the skills to kick the waist pain of people. With his ability, he becomes the majesty of the British officer Edward and serves him wholeheartedly. The manga who thinks satisfying to the British seems to be shocked when the Britishers want to evacuate Sargi’s village. That’s where the film’s movement changes.
Rajeev Dhingra directs the Firangi. Even if you ignore the idea of being inspired by this film, it becomes critical that a period film should be created on a scale which has a perfect authenticity. There is nothing like this in Firangi. All the villages shown in the entire movie look the same, and you see the same 15 people roaming everywhere in the whole film. The clothes worn by the characters in the cinema and the way they speak are not correct. Those who are playing British characters are talking in the American Accent, while the clothes of Indian princess (Monika Gill) coming back from London and the way to speak is a bit more English than the British. He speaks with his Indian colleagues in English, while with British colleagues in Hindi. Rogue Indian King (Kumud Mishra) is neither funny nor scary.
The only character of the film, which seems quite logical and who has worked hard on his style, is Edward Sonnenblick and Anjan Srivastava who is in the role of Gandhi Bhakta. They try to put something in the film. Moving on the move of the movie Firangi Turtle, the audience goes to Climax. Firangi is a family film that is neither too glamorous nor horror. It is utterly dull, and there is nothing in the name of entertainment.