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Lafangey Parindey

Lafangey Parindey

20 Aug, 2010
2 hrs 05 mins
55 votes
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A dash of style with loads of attitude and a hunger to reach the stars, Lafangey Parindey is about a group of youngsters living in the backstreets of Mumbai. It is an unusual love story of Nandu (Neil Nitin Mukesh) and Pinky (Deepika Padukone) whose path to love is paved by friendship, grit and hope. He is wild. He is born to fight. He is One-Shot Nandu. For the raw, champion street fighter, one-shot is literally what it takes. Absolutely wild, fierce, and hungry to win, this fighter takes boxing to a new level by knocking down his opponents- BLINDFOLDED. Needless to say, One-Shot lives life on his own terms and is a local hero amongst his friends. But all that soon changes, when he meet Pinky Palkar. She is blind. She is born to fly. She is Pinky Palkar. A unique girl, a powerhouse of talent! On one hand she works at a regular, boring 9-to-5 job at a mall but on the other hand, she is a kickass dancer on skates! Strong headed, talented and fiercely ambitious - these traits make up Pinky Palkar`s deadly personality. Her life`s ambition is only one - to rise above all the `losers` living in her locality and carve a niche for herself.
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It`s a familiar world of bhais, boxers and bustee wallahs which Mumbai cinema has created and re-created, time and again that stares at you in Lafangey Parindey. ...Read full review
LAFANGEY PARINDEY is about a group of youngsters living in the backstreets of Mumbai. It is the love story of Nandu [Neil Nitin Mukesh] and Pinky [Deepika Padukone]. ...Read full review
Watching Lafangey Parindey requires you to stop questioning whats happening on screen after a point. But then, our films are a lot more enjoyable when seen with some suspension of disbelief. Especially, when they are packaged as well as this film is. ...Read full review
With few references pointed to the real, cramped ghettos of Mumbai allow for huge dance floors and gymnasiums (at Andheris Yashraj studio, perhaps). This is where One-shot Nandu (Neil, reasonably sincere), a prized fighter, teaches the blind dancer (Deepika, roughly spunky) to master her sense of smell and sound to overcome the lack of sight. ...Read full review
Pradeep Sarkar manages to create a typical lower middle-class neighbourhood. The characters look the part. Also the dream to win a big ticket and escape from the daily drudgery is plausible. Neil Nitin Mukesh adds sincerity to a role and looks his part. ...Read full review