Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke (2010)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Comedy, Comedy, Social
Critics Score
20%
Total Reviews: 5
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 1

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Review Summary: Rahul Aggarwal a north Indian comes to Mumbai from a small village in Uttar Pradesh and begins to live with Ravi Kissen

Average Critic Rating: (2.50)
Cast: Shriya Saran , Om Puri , Anant Mahadevan , Paresh Rawal , Neeraj Vora , Rahul Aggarwal , Narayani Shastri , Manmouji , Paresh Rawal , Ravi Kissen , Rakesh Shrivastav , Rahul Aggarwal , Shashi Kiran , Ehsaan Khan , Ravi Kishan , Neena Gupta , Narayani Shastri , Om Puri , Shveta Salve , Lalit Pandit
Director: Rahul Aggarwal
Release Date: 12 Mar 2010

Plot: Devki Nandan Tripathi (director Rahul Aggarwal ) is a simple, rustic man who tries his luck in the city of dreams, Mumbai. He gets himself employed at the Mausam Vibhaag, his only means to a lucrative and thriving future. The plot thickens and so do Devki's circumstances, for he pursues Read more

Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke - Top Reviews

Rahul Aggarwal a north Indian comes to Mumbai from a small village in Uttar Pradesh and begins to live with Ravi Kissen a local goon who happens to be an archetypal Maratha manoos. Soon his wife Narayani Shastri
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
A simple film told in the most simplistic manner. Should appeal mainly to those who cherish the Hrishikesh Mukherjee movies of yore.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
In this sleepy UP village, when Devki Nandan Tripathi (Rahul Aggarwal) tells his family that he's going to the city to get his college results, they saddle him with a list of errands to do.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY

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Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke - All Reviews

In regard to the performance in other departments, especially technical, there is nothing worthy to mention about
S Pankaj, Smash Hits
Debutant Rahul Aggarwal launching vehicle as a maker and an actor is a sympathetic, likable, funny and also smart and witty at places. In what's essentially a tribute to the gods of Bollywood simplicity story tellers Hrishida, Rahul take on the complications of a city life and the simplicity in rural relationships from a script by Alok Upadhyaya which turns out to be worth seeing for reasons, but mostly because of the satire and the hidden message which the film delivers in the end.
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