Roop Nagar Ke Cheetey
Director : Vihan Suryavanshi
Writer : Vihan Suryavanshi | Kartik Krishman
Starring : Karan Kishor Parab | Kunal Shukla | Hemal Ingle | Ayushi Bhave | Sena Prabhu
CAT'S PICK : ★ 8.3
Roop Nagar Ke Cheetey is a fascinating journey through the lives of two childhood friends in two different cities following an incident that forever alters their lives. Akhil Surana (Karan Parab) and Girish Karmarkar (Kunal Shukla)are friends. Devika, played by Hemal Ingle, who is the girlfriend of someone else, enters Akhil's life. He even engages in physical contact with her. However, he despises it when Girish gets close to Devika causing an end of their strong friendship. Tanvika Paralikar plays Smita, Girish's sister, and Akhil, the same righteous man, even has an affair with her. Do Akhil and Girish become companions once more? That lies the question in hand! An absurd story has been written by Kartik Krishnan and Vihan Suryavanshi. Additionally, their screenplay, with additional writing by Valay Mulgund, is quite absurd. Nothing in the drama makes any sense because it is so twisted. The dialogue between Kartik Krishnan and Vihan Suryavanshi is standard. Karan Parab looks very great and acts well in his presentation job as Akhil Surana. Kunal Shukla is fair in his lady endeavor as Girish Karmarkar. In her first role as Devika, Hemal Ingle looks and acts well. As Rati Awasthi, Sana Prabhu makes an impressive debut. Mugdha Chaphekar, a debutante, does a good job as Kshipra. Aayushi Bhave is very decent as Maya however she gets restricted scope in her presentation job. As Jatin Shah, a builder, Rajat Kapoor provides solid support. Saorabh Choughule in the role of Jagan and Akshay Kelkar in the role of Sarang are adequate. As Smita, Girish's sister, Tanvika Paralikar performs well. In her brief role as Professor, Onkar Bhojane is average.