Why cheat India" will take you to a bitter tour of country's Education System
We all are aware of our Indian Education System and the tough competition which students are facing day by day. With the increase in competition, there’s also an increase in the scam happening in our Education System which is beautifully shown in the movie “Why Cheat India”. The movie will not only take you on the illness afflicting the education System in the country but also the impact it has on the students who are dealing with this.
Emraan plays the role of a scamster who takes advantage of the smartest students to rig examination and to forge certificate. Director Soumik Sen have done an amazing job in showing uncontrolled malpractices happening in the country’s Education System
Watch it If you like -
Watch it to witness Emraan Hasmi in a never seen avatar, and to know the petils of our Education System.
But Beware of -
People (especially students and children) might take the wrong message that cheating is the right way to be successful.
Read Detail Review
Why Cheat India is written and directed by Soumik Sen and Produced by Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series, Tanuj Garg and Atul Kasbekar’s Ellipsis Entertainment, and Emraan Hashmi Films. This movie focuses on the whole concept of buying your way through education, jobs and earnings.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Why Cheat India is an interesting take on Indian education system that keeps you engaged & entertained.
”It ain’t about how hard you hit. Its bout how hard u can get hit & keep moving” ( a quote from the movie said by Emraan Hashmi)
The plot highlights the loop-holes in the existing educational structure and societal approach. It shows the corrupt passion towards a successful career. The fictional representation of educational scams works as a reality check for the Indian education system. The story dodges between the merit and requirements as those who have merit are in need of something much more than that for their survival. The plot doesn’t represent the character of Emran Hashmi in a negative light as it’s a slapstick genre
Emraan Hashmi is effortless while portraying his character on the big screen. He has done an amazing job in portraying a conman who plays with the corrupted aspirations of the society towards a fabricated lie called success.
Shreya, has amazingly managed to pull her role in the movie with her debut act and it may be a stepping stone for her in the Bollywood industry.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Emraan Hashmi films have never failed to give us great music but this time it’s disappointing. Except the first peppy track, ‘Daaru Wargi’ which has been composed, written and sung by Guru Randhawa, and the second remake of the old romantic track ’Dil Mein Ho Tum’ which composed by Rochak Kohli, Bappi Lahiri and sung by Armaan Malik and beautifully penned by Manoj Muntashir, Other songs will not even live up to your expectation and you’ll feel like fast forwarding it.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
‘Why Cheat India’ is a fictional slap on the corrupted faces of our educational system. The movie serve its purpose of showing what is correct by projecting what is wrong.