Ye Re Ye Re Paisa Review
Genre – Comedy Drama
Director – Sanjay Jadhav
Star Cast – Siddharth Jadhav, Umesh Kamat, Tejashwani Pandit and Sanjay Narvekar
Producers – Ameya Khopkar and Arvind Jagtap
Studio – AVK Films and Bull Entertainment Pvt Ltd.
Music – Pankaj Padghan
Rating – 3.0
Title – The film is definitely a good bet with stellar performances & good direction though logic in plot goes missing
Story: The film revolves around the three youngsters who unknowingly are seen getting involved with a local goon who is then seen threatening to kill them if they are unable to return his money. Their condition then compels them to conspire a plan, which has enough amount of chances of going all wrong, which finally end up bringing their troubles. So, what goes the next would be interesting to catch?
The film happens to be an out and out entertainer in M Town and that too from the start of the New Year. Ironically, this has been away from the earlier year, which in itself was not at all that great this year for the industry. However, as the year 2018 starts this film can be called starting with a big bang and Ye Re Ye Re Paisa (YRYRP) is therefore seen filling all the gaps that was created last year. The film mainly works in between the three all thanks to the good filmmaking skills and stellar performances. Both Siddharth and Sanjay have nailed with their great performances. Both the actors, which are seen in a comfortable space and have done similar roles before trying this and unlike this one they have excelled the earlier movies as well. Also Umesh and Tejaswini too have remained ace in this genre film. While Mrinal Kulkarni is seen adding the authenticity with her performance but a revelation while actor Bijay Anand is convincing with her negative role. But with too many positive there still seems a bit of negatives as well. There seems to be a lack in logic and buffoonery that tend to remain the usual elements of such movies.
Ye Re Ye Re Paisa The Last Word
Having said that the film lacks logic and have several lacunae over the plot yet the stellar performances and dexterity gives all the reason to catch the film this weekend.