Ghoomketu Full Movie
Ghoomketu Full Movie Story;
Ghoomketu’s story comes from an aspiring writer in Mahona, UP village. He fled to Mumbai, tried his luck with the film, and gave himself 30 days to prove his worth as a Bollywood writer. In addition to UP, he also carried a special guide called “How to Become a Bollywood Writer in 30 Days”.
Ghoomketu (Nawazudding Siddiqui) is a film writer in a small village called Mahona in Uttar Pradesh who wants to live in Salim-Javed. He fled to Mumbai for a one-month trial period to try his luck. Meanwhile, the inspector Badlani (Anurag Kashyap), notorious for political pressure, was given a month to find the fugitives. It seems that Gemkotu’s uncles (Swan and Coquille) have a lot of political stolen goods in UP, so they can influence the Mumbai police through his contact.
Ghoomketu dreamed of becoming a screenwriter in Mumbai and therefore fled the villages of Uttar Pradesh. Given his apparent limitations in his abilities, these dreams seem bound to fail: Siddiqui’s land is fertile, and everyone is more destined to fail than those who fail. This could be said to be Lo-fi Luck By Chance, full of sympathy for the strugglers working in the C-class cinema, their ambition is to hand over their script to Shah Rukh Khan. However, although we have seen Ghoomketu playing a role in science fiction movies and trying to push his script to the producer, there is no real insight into how the people at Bollywood work.
The film was played by guest stars from Amitabh Bachchan, Ranveer Singh, Sonakshi Sinha, Chitrangada Singh and Nikkhil Advani. It was apparently completed in 2014 and has been sitting in the tank ever since. Director Pushpendra Nath Misra tried to disguise the way the industry works with a low budget, but it didn’t really push the limits. This movie looks more like a fantasy of situation, and the writer’s dream is realized in the narrative.
Its talented cast includes Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Ila Arun, Raghubir Yadav and Swanand Kirkire, and Anurag Kashyap is also struggling to maintain its development. The footprint between Anurag and Nawazuddin could have chased cats and mice, but it is strange that this is not the case. The director and film director Pushpendra Nath Mishra certainly had the right idea, but it was a poor implementation. People can understand that it may not be the final target product due to its six-year interruption.