Khaali Peeli Movie Review: Ishaan Khatter and Ananya Panday take you back to the masala years of Bollywood.
Khaali Peeli Movie Review: Ishaan Khatter and Ananya Panday play the long lost childhood loves that are found years later on a night of unfortunate events. This film by Maqbool Khan is electric, sometimes too electric.
Congratulations. You have found your way to a true review of Nepo Kid’s Ananya Panday and Ishaan Khatter’s Khaali Peeli, amidst a sea of 0 star Google reviews of “Warriors for Justice”. Contrary to what these critics would have you believe, no, I don’t think this is the worst thing that has ever happened to humanity.
Khaali Peeli is a drink that can only be brewed in the bowels of Bollywood. Director Maqbool Khan’s chases ensure that adrenaline is not lacking at any given moment. But it’s amazing how quickly you can get tired of this madness.
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From characters to story, from villains to acolytes, Khaali Peeli could have been a Bollywood product of the 1980s and you wouldn’t even bat an eyelid. There are lost childhood sweethearts, a messy reunion, a woman on the run, a blue-collar hero, a mafia boss who takes a young boy under his wing, a prostitution ring, and cops who bring comic relief. Fortunately, all of this seems intentionally corny, which I didn’t realize until it was revealed that the boy’s name was Vijay Chauhan.