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A rustic dacoit from North India kidnaps a rich man and sends a letter demanding ransom from the family on atake a deep breath letterhead bearing the bandit's name in red block letters!! If this is not enough to induce a severe migraine attack, then there are more such gems that you might get to watch in Rakhtbeej, a movie that follows the lives of two men from different generations and walks of life.
The two men, though different from each other in every way, seem to face similar situations in life and how they deal with it forms the rest of the story
Abhay Jatav (Maanas Srivastava) is a dreaded dacoit somewhere in UP whereas Ajay (Maanas again) is a young yuppie who becomes the CEO of a high profile company (though he manages to look like a clerk from a rural bank in every scene). While the former kills and maims people while taking out time to romance a young woman who has run away from home only to run into the dacoits and merrily setting up her life amongst them without a second thought (see what I mean?), Ajay is busy making big money through business deals while getting involved with an airhead model.
Also involved in the mess are an unscrupulous politician Maya Singh (Tinu Anand), a ruthless business tycoon Dabral (Rajesh Khattar) and a number of other 'actors' (for lack of a better term) who sleepwalk through their roles and do their best to ensure that aspirin dealers have a roaring business.
Everything from the acting to the screenplay to the music to the dialogues is a major letdown and calling the flick a tacky product seems like the understatement of the century. There is one item number featuring the controversial Rakhi Sawant but the director should realize that a skimpily clad nautch girl's gyrations cannot act as a balm for the horrors that have been inflicted on the public in the name of filmmaking
All in all, Rakhtbeej is one very avoidable fare
Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars