Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande Review – Direction & Music

Parvin Dabas’ direction is amateurish at places but okay overall. He handles the story reasonably well in the first half, when most of the fun involving the gang happens, but fails to keep the audience’s interest alive in the second half. Also, he indulges himself by inserting a few flashback scenes (involving Rajbir’s childhood, etc.) which add no value at all and instead make the narrative rather slow. A few songs, used only in the background, are okay . Music (by Siddharth-Suhas and Dhruv Dhalla), mostly of Punjabi flavour, is good. Lyrics, by Kumaar and Seema Saini, are fair. Siddharth-Suhas’ background score is appropriate. However, it tends to get too loud at places. Anshul Choubey’s cinematography is appealing but the experimentation with too many styles of photography seems overdone. Sham Kaushal’s action is good. Art direction, by Sunil Shivdikar, is appropriate. Editing (by Chintu Singh) is average.

Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande Review – Verdict

On the whole, Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande is a dull fare with not much novelty. The lack of face value will only add to its tale of woes.

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