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WE have seen numerous wrongdoing dramatizations and criminal movies enlivened/in view of genuine wears, in any case, excepting the Marathi film Daagdi Chawl, none of the producers had investigated the life of one of Mumbai’s most dreaded wear – Arun Gulab Gawli. What’s more, now, at long last we have one film that intently and strikingly takes a gander at the life of this hesitant hoodlum turned-lawmaker, which itself is a reason enough to go hit the silver screen corridors.
Coordinated by Ashim Ahluwalia, of Miss Lovely fame was debuted at Cannes Film Festival, and highlighting a stellar gathering cast with Arjun Rampal, who has additionally co-written the film with Ahluwalia, depicting Arun Gawli, Daddy is a must-watch!
Here are 6 reasons why you should wander into film theatres if you haven’t watched the flick as yet:


* Very crude 
Bollywood is regularly reprimanded for glamorizing crimes in its film. Truth be told, most hoodlum films produced of Bollywood are overwhelming that regularly demonstrate this wannabe as some sort of savior, influencing us to support all their awful deeds. Be that as it may, Rampal plays intense and depicts Arun Gawli onscreen simply the way he is — finished with every one of his defects and goodness. This part of the film makes it all the all the more engaging.


* Potrayal
The film wonderfully catches the different periods as well as presents a feeling of authenticity through each edge. Credit to Ahluwalia and his brilliant DOP Jessica Lee Gagne. Daddy is to a great extent shot at genuine areas and littlest points of interest have been dealt with. Besides, it is never simple to assemble the immense existence of man in a runtime of 135 minutes, yet through its non-direct screenplay the movie features key defining moments of Gawli’s life and presents us with a connecting with dirty dramatisation that holds our enthusiasm from beginning to the end.

The very handsome Arjum Rampal
This without a doubt is Rampal’s profession best execution. The National Award-Winning on-screen character has put his complete self to depict the feared criminal of Mumbai. In addition to the fact that he is looking like Arun Gawli (thanks to the prosthetic nose), however Rampal has additionally aced Arun’s peculiarity and talking style. His change from the very hesitant fellow who is associated with trivial violations to being reluctantly dragged into the merciless black market and making his own particular group is critical. The actor’s strong move to leave his customary range of familiarity and play a character like this has paid off. There are a few layers to his depiction he is a joy to watch.

Farhan Akhtar
Indeed, the film additionally stars yet another stellar performer – Farhan Akhtar playing Maqsood in the film, a character in light of Mumbai’s most wanted goon – Dawood Ibrahim and nails his part with composure.

* Supporting Cast
Most movies frequently concentrate on its focal character; nonetheless, the supporting cast of Daddy adds a specific flavour to the film. With any semblance of South Indian on-screen character Aishwarya Rajesh, Nishikant Kamath, famous Marathi silver screen on-screen characters like Anand Ingale, Rajesh Shringarpure, Shrikant Yadav, the film is stuffed with some truly powerhouse performers.

* Unseen Mumbai
One has regularly considered Mumbai to be the monetary, business and stimulation capital of India with tall-transcending structures all around. Be that as it may, Ahluwalia takes us to the grungiest paths of Mumbai of the 70s, 80s, and 90s and gives us some never-seen looks of the city.
Well, Daddy is not your typical Bollywood affair, but a biopic that brilliantly captures the life of Arun Gawli and keeps you engaged throughout.


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