Producer: Jayantilal Gada
Director: Kundan Shah
Cast: Meenakshi Dixit, Indrajeet Soni, Bharat Jadhav, Yashpal Sharma, Vedish, Chinmay Jadhav, Aanjjan Srivastav, Aakash Pandey, Deepak Shirke, Akhilendra Mishra, Mushtaq Khan, Prerna Wanvari, Upasana Singh, Virendra Saxena, Pandharinath Kamble, Aanand Kale & Rocky Verma
Director Kundan Shah needs no special instruction as he has delivered all kinds of films in the past. But making a come back with his latest offering ‘P Se PM Tak’ was not really a good idea. As the entire film is a yawning exercise from
start to finish.
So ‘P Se PM Tak’ (No prize for guessing what the capital ‘P’ in the title stands for) is a political satire. It is as dark & as grotesque as the 17 minutes bright comedy in it. It’s a very vitriolic and an angry take on today’s political scenario. The central idea revolves around a 200 buck prostitute, on the run and of course she is penniless. She lands up in a town where a by-election is just hotting up. There, she gets caught in the vortex of political shenaniganism of the by-election and guess what? She ends up becoming the Chief Minister! Not that she deserves to be, but then, are the ones in the office any better? So this ultimately turns out to be a story of how a 200 rupee prostitute becomes the Prime Minister of a country in just 4 days?
The only highlight of ‘P Se PM Tak’ is a 17 minute hilariously rollicking dead-body climax never before seen on any screen…….with an explosive end. Just as it was in Kundan Shah’s earlier much talked about film ‘Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro’. Come on Mr. Kundan Shah its high time you get out of your dead body hangover.
Performance wise it is really credible that Minaxi Dixit, who has already created waves in the Southern movies scenario, is a revelation for Hindi Cinema. She has brilliantly held her fort amongst the hordes of veteran & extremely talented actors like Indrajeet Soni, Bharat Jadhav, Yashpal Sharma, Vedish, Chinmay Jadhav, Aanjjan Srivastav, Aakash Pandey, Deepak Shirke, Akhilendra Mishra, Mushtaq Khan, Prerna Wanvari, Upasana Singh,
Virendra Saxena, Pandharinath Kamble, Aanand Kale & Rocky Verma.
Tail Piece: Watch it only if political circus is your cup of tea.