Director Ravi Sadasiv's BACHCHE KACHCHE SACHCHE has a fantastic concept and Anna Hazare but still it fails terribly due to its dull and juvenile execution.
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So do you follow rules as an adult and how much. Starring Ashish Vidyarthi, Mukesh Tiwari, and Aryan Kataria, the movie is a story of Ganesh (Aryan Kataria) who loses his parents due to an accident at a railway crossing. The honest railway gateman Guru Tripathi (Ashish Vidyardhi) gives him shelter and good virtues. The humble Ganesh grows up to be a disciplined and obedient teen igniting jealousy amongst his well placed classmates who on observing their parents lack of discipline spark a revolution questioning the value of education amongst grownups and its implementation.
The intention is pious as said earlier but the tacky narration insults the good idea where we sometimes see even basics of filmmaking not followed properly. Having hardly anything to say apart from the concept which is beaten to death by the innocence of the maker. Problems in dubbing, close up shots, lip sync, camera angles all pop up and the artiste show minimum interest as the script doesn't give them anything to excel.
BACHCHE KACHCHE SACHCHE is an expression without a vision which goes on and on. The climax is a joke where Anna Hazare's montage and Ashish Vidyarthi file shot makes no sense.
This is nothing but an assault on your senses a torture par excellence.