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Why Cheat India
Nakal mein Hi Akal Hai

Why Cheat India

18 Jan, 2019
2 hrs 01 mins
14,658 votes
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A sly con man decides to take advantage of an academic world where there are very few opportunities and too many aspirants, and only the smartest can survive. From rigging examinations to forging certificates, his schemes will both exploit and expose the failings of an education system fraught with problems.
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Verdict: Emraan Hashmi delivers a top-class performance as the proxy mafia. The most recent victim of CFBC`s moral policing, Why Cheat India starring Emraan Hashmi had everyone`s expectations high. The film deals with the pros and cons of our education system, throwing light on the people who are plaguing it even more. While the original title `Cheat India`fits way better than the current one, t... ...Read full review
An entertaining but flawed look at the mafia that promotes cheating during college exams. ...Read full review
Emraan Hashmi plays conman with flair but is bogged down by convoluted screenplay. ...Read full review
The eternally amoral Emraan Hashmi plays a man helping students cheat in a film that never finds momentum. ...Read full review
The material is slender and too stretched over two hours, as it goes from engineering-medicine into management, the holy grail. ...Read full review
Emraan Hashmi deserves all the credit for making the film a one-time watch. ...Read full review
Emraan Hashmi brings his A-game in this intriguing film on the education system. ...Read full review
Emraan Hashmi mirrors the conmersialisation of our education system in the nation that has many people limiting their life and their dreams for grades, clearance of an entrance that can be bought by a wealthy and immoral individual who can own and twist not only the life of the dummy and his children but many more in future. ...Read full review
Hashmi, who is also one of the producers, plays his part with required flair. Hes very good in anti-hero roles, but this film cant seem to decide how to peg him. He spends the bulk of his time on screen exploiting the education system, but also gets to deliver an impassioned monologue skewering the corruption within that very system. Of the remaining ensemble, only Snighadeep Chatterjee as Sattu, one of the bright young students who falls under Rockys spell, and Shreya Dhanwanthary as Sattus sister Nupur, make an impression. ...Read full review