Ek Chalis Ki Last Local (2007)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Comedy
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Review Summary: EK CHALIS KI LAST LOCAL is a decent fare that stands out for a few individualistic episodes in the narrative.

Average Critic Rating: (2.79)
Cast: Abhay Deol , Neha Dhupia , Snehal Dhabi , Deepak Shirke , Ashok Samarth , Vinay Apte , Sunita Rajwar , Virendra Saxena , Ashwin Mushran , Sanatan Modi , Manu Rishi , Atul Srivastava
Director: Sanjay Khanduri
Release Date: 18 May 2007

Plot: The story revolves around two people who miss the last local train at 1:40 am and how it changes the course of their lives forever. The protagonist Nilesh ( Abhay Deol ) works in a call centre firm cultivated by the IT industry. Night shifts, booze, after office parties seem Read more

Ek Chalis Ki Last Local - Top Reviews

Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Sanjay Khandoori  Sandesh Shandilya, Amar Mohile, Dj Aqeel, Sanjeev  Mehboob, Ankur Tewari  Abhay Deol, Neha Dhupia, Snehal Dhabi, Deepak Shirke, Ashok Samarth, Vinay ApteBy Martin D’Souza, Bollywood Trade News Networ
Martin D’Souza, Glam Sham
EK CHALIS KI LAST LOCAL is a decent fare that stands out for a few individualistic episodes in the narrative.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
While Neha Dhupia dons the gaudy act in a dismal manner Abhay Deol simply stands-by as a passive bystander.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
Where were these guys hiding their extraordinary talent? Why haven’t they been seen in the big movies? Indeed, just for the zany Mistri-Samarth-Rajwar, and the mad mirthful spirit, it’s worth riding the Last Local.
Khalid Mohamed, Hindustan Times 

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Ek Chalis Ki Last Local - All Reviews

In nutshell, it's worth traveling in this local train as it promises loads of bumpy rides and surprises
Satyajit, Smash Hits
Ek Chalis Ki Last Local is a stretchy fare. The movie has a dull and unattractive start but the faint and dark humors take you by surprise and so does the mystery and thrill as the film picks up. The ending is dragged and is a mind-numbing experience.
Ashok Nayak, Now Running
OK, so there’s this yuppie guy Nilesh (Deol), who having had a few after-work beers with colleagues, misses the last local (1:40 am) to Vikhroli. Near the station, he meets a girl Madhu (Dhupia) who’s returning from a marriage function and has also missed
Amodini Sharma, Planet Bollywood
The only word that comes to my mind as I watch the reels of Ek Chalis Ki Last Local unfold is 'bizarre'. It's not often that one gets to use that word correctly.
Tanveer Bookwala, Rediff 
Comment :Give it a goGenre : Comedy Director : Sanjay KhanduriMusic Director : Xulfi, Sandesh Shandilya, Ankur Tewari, D J AqueelLyricist : Xulfi, MehboobStarring : Neha Dhupia, Abhay Deol, Snehal Dabhi, Deepak Shirke, Ashok Samarth, Vinay Apte
To conclude, Ek Chalis is not a bad watch. It is certainly a re-fresher from the usual bundle of films and has a number of tracks in its narrative that have rarely been addressed in Indian cinema. It a good time-pass film with a few thought-provoking mome
Sheetal Tiwari, Bolly Spice
The film deals with incidents in two individual’s lives after they miss the last local train for the nightThe script and story is different as it deals with an irregular theme and the screenplay and execution of the film too is plausible and effective whi
Bollywood Mantra
An unusual title always makes one curious about what a film has to offer but then there are also apprehensions galore. What is the film turns out to be a damp squib? What if debutant Sanjay Khanduri turns out to be yet another wannabe director who fakes an attempt to make something different? What if the film turns out to be just a parody of sorts with no depth or intelligence? What if the film is yet another 'aamchi Mumbai' affair with bhaigiri, underworld and stuff alike?
India Glitz
Experimentation is the new mantra today. The past few monsoons have seen the dream merchants envisioning stories that strike the right balance between real and make-believe. ‘Think out of the box’ and ‘Push the envelope’ are expressions that echo every al