Counting on the extravagant box-office bonanza and mouthful of positive words for KAMINEY, UTV SPOTBOY lauds up with another bizarre titled popcorn entertainer in the form of AAGEY SE RIGHT. Following the trend of entertaining experimental hilarious cinema with funky sounding titles (WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR, OYE LUCKY LUCKY OYE and DHONDTE REH JAOGE), AAGEY SE RIGHT brings back the laughter with the musical expertise of budding composer Amartya Rahut.
It also encourages the new breed of lyricist (Hitesh Kewalya, Shadab Akhtar and Manish Hariprasad) with the music that metaphors hilarity and fun. The probability of hitting ''bull's eye'' from this ''gun-on-the-run'' may be low but ''cool'' surprises have always been there.
So can Amartya Rahut's timely fired bullets be sufficient enough to hit the bull's eye! Can this spunky laugh riot be the ''right choice'' for the music lovers? Let's find this out…!
Expectations may be low but the spirits are high when loud streams of rollicking rock musical thrives hits like tons of brick with sultry Shipa Rao giving her racing best in ''Mahiya''.
Amartaya Rahut makes a blowing hot introduction with this energetic upbeat sounding track that has fine trapping of eclecticism in its ''metallic'' arrangements. Clinton Cerejo's gushing vocals accelerates the tempo and together with pulsating instrumentals, it heads towards' to be likable' offerings in its genre.
Rahut's composition works on traditional rock-mode with Hitesh Kewalya's impressive wordings adding zesty fire to it, but it's all over Shilpa Rao again with her oomph that catches the attention. After the super-successful ''Khuda Jaane'' (BACHNA AE HASEENO), there is zany compassion in its ''hard-metal'' binge to be cherished in Shilpa's singing serenading out the towering inferno of the passionate love communion. Rocking!!!
Controversial Ram Sampath makes his massy presence as guest composer by imbibing hip-hop traits of his hit number ''Katra Katra'' (FAMILY) with spicy tinge of ''dhin-chak'' of ''Beedi'' (OMKARA) for a garish ''item song'' titled ''Daav Laga''. Pop diva Sona Mohapatra gets into sensually nasal singing mode (similar to Rekha Bhardwaj) for this ''nautanki'' type of stage show dance number that works with Munna Dhiman's predictable catchy phrases. This Sampath composition is no great hear with overtly heard hip-hop and electronic sounds that works precisely for the hardcore masses and is likely to be fetching better pastures and takers in interiors than in multiplexes.
It's testing time for upcoming Amartya Rahut to spring out comically filled composition for situational hilarious track ''Hippie Tu Jhoom'' but the end result is simply average.
Sunidhi Chauhan's gruffly voice is heard more audibly with Kirti Sagathia and Rahut himself working best as chorus singers to give it feisty ''Goan'' beach-party outlook. Rahut would have experimented more with fuzzy and eccentric sounding sounds with nonsensically penned one-liners to give it loud hilarious tones but it has overdo of shouts and jaded wordings to support.
Though funny in parts, the film fails to hold your imagination for long. It is wild and whacky no doubt but the story is not sustained, thanks to the multiple characters.
Shreyas, as usual, is in his elements. Seconding him in the acting department is Vijay Maurya. The rest, I feel, are wasted. Kay Kay and Mahie are such fine actors that the roles don't do justice to their talent.
This movie had a lot of potential but a weak script has let it down.