Express LOL: The tongue-in-cheek ‘Raja Natwarlal’ review
'Raja Natwarlal' somehow manages to be much less than the sum of its parts.
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Updated: August 30, 2014 2:25:54 pm
‘Raja Natwarlal’ cannot fool all the viewers all the time.
If you’ve always wanted to know what happens next, ‘Raja Natwarlal’ is for you. It has some good performances, a story that has potential, and exotic locales – but somehow manages to be much less than the sum of its parts. Nothing – even Raja Natwarlal himself – cannot fool all the viewers all the time.
As usual, our Express LOL reporter attended the glittering red carpet premiere. His first guest was a man who’s in a little bit of a fix today, S Sreesanth.
Our reporter felt the need to restore some law and order to the universe, and went up to the head of the CID to do this:
Next, our reporter interviewed the object behind the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge:
Finally, it was the turn of Neil Nitin Mukesh.
A conman movie needs to have a conman, suspense and surprise; Raja Natwarlal ticks only one of these boxes.