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Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho

News Helpline | June, 26 2015

Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho Cast & Crew:


Crossword Films Poduction, Fox Star Studios

Release Date

26 Jun 2015


Comedy, Drama


Vinay Tiwari


Vinod Kapri

Star Cast

Annu Kapoor,
Hrishita Bhatt,
Rahul Bagga,
Ravi Kissen,
Sanjay Mishra,
Kamlesh Gill,
Bhupesh Pandya,
Om Puri,

Executive Producer


Media Relations

Publicity Designs



Music Director

Palak Muchhal, Sushmit Sen





Yogesh Jani


Deven Murdeshwar





Subhash Sahu

Music Company




Sanjeev Sharma. Vinod Kapri, Sakshi Joshi,

Production Designers

Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho is an upcoming Indian political satire film directed by Vinod Kapri, which is set to release on 26 June 2015. Inspired by true events, the film centers on a love story set in a village of Haryana. The lead actor is Annu Kapoor who is the head of the village. It also features Om Puri, Rahul Bagga, Ravi Kishan, Sanjay Mishra and Hrishita Bhatt in supporting roles. The movie also features an item number "Naach Basanti" (English: Dance Basanti). The film was originally scheduled to be released on 19 June, but was postponed as director Vinod Kapri wanted to avoid conflict with the film ABCD 2, which is set for release on 19 June.

Movie Review

Rating :

Verdict : Miss Tanakpur... has a very local and regional flavour which may not appeal to everyone __________________________________________________

Vinod Kapri, who is a big name in the world of Journalism has made an entry in Bollywood as a director with his debut film Miss Tanakpur Hazir Ho. Journalist turned director, Vinod has already made many short films and documentaries prior to entering in  Bollywood. The story Miss Tanakpur Hazir Ho is as novel as its title. It is inspired from a real incident of Rajasthan. Vinod has portrayed his story in the form of black comedy with a slap on our system..... Starring Om Puri, Sanjay Mishra, Ravi Kishan, Hrishitaa Bhatt and Rahul Bagga, Miss Tanakpur Haazir ho releases today. So lets see how far National awardee Vinod Kapri will succeed in Bollywood
Story :-

'Miss Tanakpur Hazir Ho' is a story of a village youngster Arjun (Rahul Bhagga) and his secret relationship with Maya (Hrishita Bhatt). Maya's husband Sualaal Gandaas (Annu Kapoor) is highly suspicious about his wife and one fine day, catches Arjun with Maya red handed. Sualaal's henchmen beat Arjun badly and later files a case against him for raping Sualaal's prize winning buffalo - Miss. Tanakpur. Sualaal also goes to the khap panchayat to pass a verdict that arjun must marry the buffalo. This leads to police investigation, followed by a court case and what happens next is what the entire film is all about.
Positive points :-

Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho is based on true events that happened in a village in India. Vinod Kapri, a journalist-turned-filmmaker selects a subject no one dared to pit their hands on. The concept being this unique, the movie was in news since its trailer was out.
The movie also very well describes the essence of true India and basically targets false police cases and hypocrisy that are still considered rituals in our society.
Negative points :-

The saddest part about the film is that Kapri tries to make fun of the rape victims and rapists in the weirdest ways possible, which may also offend some. Despite having actors like Om Puri, Sanjay Mishra and Ravi Kishan in it, the movie and its bad screenplay makes even the best of actors look worse.
Hrishitaa Bhatt and Rahul Bagga seem to be least interested in acting in such a film. The two look disinterested and do not even delivery dialogues properly. From the court scenes to examining the victims, almost all of the sequences of the film are absurdly shot and explained.
Even though the trailer of the film attracted eyes, the first 15 minutes in the film, and you will know that only the trailer was worth a watch.
Technical points :-

Even after choosing a concept so different, Kapri fails to tell the story properly. The screenplay is confusing, induced of bad metaphors and extremely boring. The 135 minute run time is too much to handle and you may see people walking out in between. The film is over-dramatized to huge extents. The dialogues are absurd and even the funniest ones are not even remotely funny.

End Note:-

This is a fairly enjoyable film, but a tad too lengthy. Although it tackles a universal truth about India, it has a very local and regional flavour which may not appeal to everyone.

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