Tera Kya Hoga JohnyCast: Neil Nitin Mukesh, Kay Kay Menon, Soha Ali Khan, Shahana Goswami, Karan Nath, Saurabh Shukla, and Sinkandar Agarwal; Director: Sudhir Mishra; Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

The story of Johnny who want to get rich and move to Dubai. To help steal Parvez Chiple of his ill-gotten. Parvez also has a relationship Chiple wife transgender lady has a love interest, the drug dealer. All these characters along with model and actress Preeti is the interest of the owner of a television bear some resemblance to the life of Johnny and he wants one of them will help you achieve your dream.

Tera Kya Hoga Johnny is not just another thriller that has beaten the screens today (December 17), but when Sudhir Mishar film that explores the psyche of the people who are forced to extreme circumstances has been his signature . While displaying the confusion that has examined the relationship of these characters, along with the realities of social change. This time also Kya Tera Hoga Johnny, tells the story of Misha as punch that takes the protagonist’s mind with which to identify.

Despite many other characters and other destruction caused by other areas and not so worthy of Hitchcock, a director and a cameo by Anurag Kashyap as a trusted roots still Johnny (Sikandar Agarwal), a child migrant worker make a life by serving tea. Neil Nitin Mukesh as Parvez, Sohan Ali Khan and Preeti, Kay Kay Menon as the corrupt police Chiple only adds to the fragmented social structure.

In a way, once again Mishra does a great job in exposing the vagaries of the city of Mumbai. But while each of these characters in the film is described by Johnny as he sees it, the film element of robbery is a bit underrated. It is a brave film, but nevertheless, the theft of Johnny and the narration of the film can keep the public interested in history.

Source: Real Bollywood

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