Nirdosh, directed by Pradeep Rangwani and Subroto Paul is an idiotic and cheap thriller that doesn’t have a good plot, and has even less acting. Starring Arbaaz Khan, Manjari Fadnis, Amish Patel and Maheck Chahal, it is the story of a Inspector Lokhande, who is investigating a murder. Shinaya Grover, played by Manjari Fadnis, the only decent actor in the cast, is the person who has claimed to have murdered the woman, however there are many clues that point out that there is something else going on in the story. Amish Patel is the hunk who was in a relationship with the murdered woman, which gives the makers of the movie to show off some cheap erotic scenes.
The story, such as it is, isn’t very good, and the performances are so bad that people are likely to get angry as to why the movie was made. Arbaaz Khan, the least talented from the Khan brothers, seriously wants to become the next cool inspector, and he tries, but he isn’t talented enough, nor is the character particularly interesting. Directors Pradeep and Subroto are clearly inept in making the movie interesting so that some of the actions scenes are particularly laughable. So is the dialogue delivery.
There are multiple characters in the movie, and none of them are sketched as human begins. They’re just written to serve the poor plot. Cinematography be Arun Prasad is very bad, as it is not able to create a tense environment and instated leans on the cliched dank and dark shadow like lighting.
Only Manjari Fadnis, a talented actress who actually deserves better roles than this, is able to make her character feel real, but even she is meant to be screechy and made, which makes the impact of her character feel fake. Best to avoid this one.