Ghoomketu Review | Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Anurag Kashyap’s Film is a Must-Watch For 70s Bollywood Fans | Zee5 Premium
Ghoomketu Review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Anurag Kashyap’s Film is a Must-Watch For 70s Bollywood Fans
Ghoomketu Review: A small-town man aspiring to achieve big reaches Mumbai with a big metal trunk and a military holdall. Seems like a plot for a quintessential 70s Bollywood film. Ghoomketu, which finally released on Zee5 after a waiting period of 5 years, stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the titular role of a 31-year-old aspiring Bollywood writer who flees his village, Mohena in Uttar Pradesh to realize his dream in Mumbai.
From heavy and funny dialogues to melodrama and police chase, Ghoomketu is a film high on every genre one can think of while making a Bollywood blockbuster.
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Ghoomketu Review: Story Line
Ghoomketu Review: Ghoomketu of Mohana village has to become a writer, write the story of the film. To fulfill this dream, he travels around the village. He does not get a job there, but gets an advice – a struggle is necessary to write a story. Putting together a book titled “How to become a Bollywood writer in 30 days”, he rushes to Mumbai to struggle in life.
Here he narrates his stories to the filmmaker. In his film, Ranveer Singh dreams of taking Sonakshi Sinha. Shahrukh Khan visits the office. From the romantic story, to the horror, comedy. Finally, the filmmaker gives him 30 days to bring a good story.
On the other hand, the task of catching Ghoomketu, who has run away from home, gets the responsibility of Badalani (Anurag Kashyap), who has to somehow catch Ghoomketu in 30 days. Now in these 30 days, Ghoomketu becomes a writer or he is caught by the police? The whole story revolves around this.