Review – No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahe

Posted on Sep 8 2012 - 6:42pm by Shailesh Narwade

No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahe – the official Marathi remake of superhit Hindi film No Entry – is a complete masala entertainer directed by Ankush Chaudhary. Released last Friday, the film is a dialogue-to-dialogue copy of its Hindi version, the only difference being its language and actors. Though most of Marathi audiences must have seen the Hindi film, those in search of entertainment can surely give a try to this one, which has turned out to be a good film.

In some of the scenes, No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahe is better than its Hindi version, thanks to strong performances by some of the actors. Aniket Vishwasrao and Kranti Redkar have definitely outperformed Fardeen Khan and Lara Datta in their respective roles. And, besides her hot two-piece bikini shot, the gorgeous Sai Tamhankar has also given a very good performance.

Bharat Jadhav is known for cakewalking any given role and he continues to do so in this film also, but seems a little uninterested in a few scenes.

Ankush Chaudhary needs to be appreciated first of all for making such effort in Marathi cinema. He has also done well as a director.

Rang Marathi suggests that rather than wasting money on the boring Hindi film Joker, this week Marathi audiences shall watch No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahe.