Freaky Ali review
Director: Sohail Khan
Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Amy Jackson, Arbaaz Khan, Seema Biswas, Jas Arora, Nikitan Dheer
This movie is Nawaz’s first foray as the sole leading man in the Bollywood masala genre. In the movie you will see him in a full-length comic role. It is also the first film that Sohail Khan has directed that doesn’t have bade bhaiyya Salman Khan or himself in the lead. But yeah, the film has Arbaaz Khan, so one Khan is acting anyways.
Story Of Freaky Ali
Ali (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) is a under garment seller in a local market. After having a dull business, to help his foster mother (Seema Biswas), he starts extortioning money for a local goon. One day he goes to collect money from a man along with Maqsood aka Arbaaz Khan. After waiting for so many hours, Ali went to speak with the man. The Man is busy in playing Golf. Then Ali says, it’s very easy for him to throw the ball in a hole. The man asks him to throw the ball into a hole. Ali throws the ball in a hole in his first attempt. There his journey begins. On the way becoming a Golfing Sensation Ali beats all odds and meets his dream girl, Megha.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Ali, Arbaaz Khan as Maqsood, Amy Jackson as Megha, Jas Arora as Peter, Seema Biswas as Sulbha, Nikitin Dheer as Danger Bhai, Asif Basra as Kishan Lal, Paresh Ganatra, Alam Khan and few other stars acted in this film. Mahesh Limaye did cinematography to this film and Editing credit goes to Prashanth Singh Rathore.
Nawazuddin Siddique plays the lead role with ease like all his previous roles. Amy Jackson as Megha (Ali’s love interest) is quite impressive in her miniscule role, while Jas Arora, who plays the, expectedly arrogant reigning golf champion Vikram Rathore, tries really hard to impress.
Watch the movie for Nawazuddin Siddique and his comedy.