lootcase Plot

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Cast: Kunal Kemmu, Rasika Dugal, Gajraj Rao, Ranvir Shorey, Vijay Raaz

Director: Rajesh Krishnan

Producer: Fox Star Studios


lootcase Review
Lootcase Box Office Review: Kunal Kemmu Led Comedy Drama Could've Been A Comfortable Theatrical Success
Lootcase Box Office Review: Kunal Kemmu Led Comedy Drama Could’ve Been A Comfortable Theatrical Success

Lootcase Box Office Review: Star Cast: Kunal Kemmu, Rasika Dugal, Gajraj Rao, Ranvir Shorey, Vijay Raaz, Aryan Prajapati

Director: Rajesh Krishnan

Producer: Fox Star Studios

Note: It has been more than 4 months since theaters have been closed all over the nation due to ongoing pandemic. No film has released at the Box Office in this time period so our Box Office Review will take into consideration lesser factors then we take in normal conditions.

Our Box Office Review in the current situation doesn’t imply the accuracy it does in normal circumstances because we have no clue about the release size Lootcase would’ve got if it had hit the cinemas on July 31.

A film’s Box Office fate also depends on the real performance of films releasing before and after it. In the ongoing situation, we can’t take into consideration that factor too and that’s why in the Box Office Review of Lootcase we will roughly predict its BO prospects and how much theatrical revenue the film may have lost because of not being able to hit the big screens.

Lootcase Box Office Review: Expectations

The trailer of Lootcase had released earlier this year and left a good impression. Even though none of the actors in the film carries box office value, they are a bunch of talented people which increases some sort of value of the film. Also, it’s a small budget film so nothing much is at stake.

Lootcase Box Office Review: Impact

In this gloomy time, Lootcase proves to be a fun watch and carries enough potential to make you smile and forget all the stress for some time. The pandemic is going on and everyone of you will watch it while sitting at the comfort of home. But even if it was a theatrical release, Lootcase is a kind of film you would’ve happily wanted to watch with the family in cinemas.

The film has a simple but enjoyable story with good humour and drama laced all over it. Though there was scope to make the drama more entertaining. Performances are top-notch and every actor has played their part extremely well. Be it Kumal Kemmu or Gajraj Rao, you are going to enjoy the performance of every actor. Yes, every actor.

Overall, a good watch.

Lootcase Box Office Review: Final Verdict

If Lootcase had hit cinemas on July 31st along with Shakuntala Devi and it was not about the pandemic, the film would’ve done well with good word of mouth. It could’ve targetted 30 crores mark at the box office which was a good result considering small investments on it.

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Lootcase Movie Review Rating: 4/5 Stars (Four stars)

Star Cast: Kunal Kemmu, Rasika Dugal, Gajraj Rao, Ranvir Shorey, Vijay Raaz

Director: Rajesh Krishnan

Lootcase Movie Review: You'll Root For Everyone In This Loot-CHASE!
Lootcase Movie Review: You’ll Root For Everyone In This Loot-CHASE!

What’s Good: The star cast, the comedy, the story and the big bag full of cash

What’s Bad: The only bad thing is you, and I didn’t come across that red suitcase

Loo Break: You shouldn’t risk taking one because you are also a part of this chase

Watch or Not?: Is that even a question when the concept seems dhamaal and involves phenomenal actors and lots of money?

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Imagine walking out of a shady public toilet and a big bag full of money falls in front of you? That’s exactly what happens with Nandan Kumar (Kunal Kemmu). As every common man, he is tired of not getting paid enough despite working hard every day. He decides to keep the suitcase, but he does ask, ‘Last time puch raha hoon, kiska bag hai?’ With no response from anyone around, he takes the suitcase with himself. However, his wife, Lata (Rasika Dugal), is not aware of the same.

Such a huge bag full of money wasn’t randomly kept there. The suitcase belongs to Minister Patil, who has to deliver it to Tripathi. But their plans go haywire when Bala Rathore’s men attack Patil’s men. Amid all this chaos, they lose that one important ‘suitcase’ they planned to take along. But the trouble doesn’t end just here because Inspector Kolte (Ranvir Shorey) comes in the picture too. That’s how the tale of this suitcase chase begins!

Lootcase Movie Review
Lootcase Movie Review: You’ll Root For Everyone In This Loot-CHASE!

Lootcase Movie Review: Script Analysis

There have been many movies of a suitcase full of cash getting misplaced and falling in a random person’s hands. But it’s always about how you show this simple tale intriguingly and entertainingly. It seemed like Kapil Sawant, and Rajesh Krishnan knew what story to tell. It took quite a long time for them to make this movie happen, but it has turned out to be a good one. It’s a tight script and doesn’t get lost anywhere in narrating different events.

The story of a suitcase full of cash getting lost will leave you ‘choked’ with laughter. The humour is perfectly blended with the right amount of action, drama, and suspense. As we approach the climax, we know things are getting pretty serious. But it’s a dark comedy! There will be scenes that come across staggering, and many will make you LOL.

However, the movie has more to it than just a comedy and action thriller. It shows us different kinds of people and their morals, ethics, beliefs and conscience. Everything comes with a price and money too. But how far will one go to have those expensive pieces of paper in their hands?

Lootcase Movie Review: Star Performance

If you think some actors in Bollywood don’t get the roles they deserve, well here’s the treasure you’ve been waiting for. Let’s accept the fact that Kunal Kemmu is one of the most underrated and underutilised talents. If you loved him as a devious cop in Malang, you’d enjoy him portraying a common man. His comic timing is outstanding, and his talent is rightly used this time. If Bollywood doesn’t write better roles for Kunal after this movie, it will be a huge disappointment.

Rasika Dugal plays Kunal aka Nandan’s wife, Lata. If you think she is there just for the sake of it, you are wrong. She is a strong force in Nandan’s life and the story-telling.

When talents like Gajraj Rao, Vijay Raaz and Ranvir Shorey come together, expect fireworks on the screen. Gajraj Rao plays Minister Patil. With his sweet and manipulative words, he knows how to get his work done. Vijay Raaz plays the Don and is obsessed with watching wildlife documentaries of animals on Nat Geo. Now that’s a weird obsession a criminal can have. But who wants anything normal in such a funny movie? Ranvir Shorey plays Inspector Kolte is a super serious cop. However, he makes you laugh without even cracking a joke. After all, the characters around him sort of ‘namunas’. Oh, well, Shah Rukh Khan kind of has a ‘cameo’ thanks to a rickshaw driver in the movie!

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