Cast: Ankush Choudhary, Pushkar Shrotri, Gauri Nigudkar, Mrunmayi Deshpande, Sanjay Khapare, Omkar Gowardhan, Kshitee Jog, Reema Lagoo, Vijay Patwardhan, Sulekha Talwalkar
Director: Vishal Inamdar
Genre: Comedy, Drama
With a poster that promises a comedy of chaos, Vishal Inamdar’s Sanshay Kallol doesn’t let you down on that account, but offers nothing that we haven’t seen before. After all, adventures of husbands who have suspicious wives have made for numerous comedies in Indian cinema and there’s little to be done differently.
Jay Sinh’s (Ankush Chowdhary) nightmares are made of his wife Asha (Gauri Nigudkar) cheating on him. Asha, on the other hand, is convinced that her fashion photographer husband cheats on her and hasn’t shied of secretly installing a CCTV camera in her husband’s studio, in addition to getting her wannabe actor brother Mithun (Onkar Gowardhan) to assist him. Meanwhile, Dhanu (Shrotri) is hooked to a saas-bahu drama and is infatuated by the leading lady of the show Shravani (Mrunmayee Deshpande) and goes ahead and invests in the show to become a partner to get closer to his lady love. When Shravani faints during a photo shoot, a web of assumptions starts spinning across the characters, some of them quite rendundant I might add. While Asha ends up believing that Shravani is dating her husband, Sinh assumes that Dhanu to be his wife’s lover. Predictable coincidences lead to Dhanu assuming that Shravani is cheating on him. And the circle continues. Meanwhile, Asha’s assistant Chaitra (Kshiti Jog) tries to be a voice of reason.