Khaali Peeli Review: It Will Take You To The Old Days Of Masala Bollywood
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Khaali Peeli Review: It Will Take You To The Old Days Of Masala Bollywood

Khaali Peeli Review
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Ishaan Khatter and Ananya Panday starer movie Khaali Peeli released today in ZEEPlex and in OTT Platform  ZEE5. Due to the coronavirus lockdown, the cinema halls are shut and this is the reason many filmmakers are releasing their movies directly on a digital platform. The government of India has allowed drive-in theatres to reopen. Khaali Peeli is also released in drive-in theatres in Bengaluru and Gurgaon. The movie will take you to the ride of the old days of masala Bollywood movies.

 

Khaali Peeli Story

Khaali Peeli
Courtesy: ZEE5

Vijay Chauhan aka Blackie played by Ishaan Khattar is a taxi driver in Mumbai. One night Blackie stumbles upon a beautiful, talkative girl Pooja played by Ananya Panday. She is running from goons. Blackie is a taxi driver who lives his own rule and drives his car kaali peeli. Blackie and Pooja have a history between them as they are childhood lovers. Pooja runs from the goons as they are trying to get her married She even robs all the cash and jewelry and runs from the function and she gets the taxi of Blackie. What will happen next? Will Pooja get rid of goons and find his childhood lover? Watch out the movie to find out.

 

Khaali Peeli Review

Khaali Peeli
Courtesy: ZEE5

The movie has some good performances, twists, and chase scenes. The story starts well but ends up being monotonous. Ishaan Khatter delivers one of the finest performances in Khaali Peeli. This was a different role for him and he did it exceptionally well. Ananya Panday was decent much better than her previous performance from the movie Pati, Patni Aur Woh. Jaideep Ahlawat fits too well in the role of a badass. Maqbool Khan’s direction was good. The script turns out a flat that spoils the fun of the movie. The songs are unnecessary addition in the movie that pauses the movie and breaks the momentum. It will take you to the era of the ’70s and ’80s of Bollywood masala movies. Overall, it is a time pass movie and can be watched this weekend without any expectations. We give 3 stars out of 5.

Have you watched Khaali Peeli? How was it? Whose performance did you like most? Let us know in the comments below.

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Review overview

Script6
Screenplay6
Direction7
Acting7
Music5
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