"Fraud Saiyaan" Review: Most Ridiculous Plot At The Beginning Of 2019

Kanchana Ngan |Jan 22, 2019

If you are interested in a comedy-like drama, or want to test your patience, or learn a new world about over-exaggeration, "Fraud Saiyaan" is for you to try.


Cast: Arshad Warsi, Sara Loren, Flora Saini, Saurabh Shukla, Nivedita Tiwari, Peeyush Suhaney

Director: Sourabh Shrivastava

Genre: Comedy

Filmfare's Rating: 2/5

Fraud Saiyaan
Bhola Prasad Tripathy (Arshad Warsi) finds for himself an unusual way to live comfortably - marry wealthy women and live on their wealth. The ridicule pops out at the very first few minutes, within the main plot.

Then, to prove his ideal, Bhola gets married to a dozen wives, stretching from Lucknow to the far Benaras. Things are nonsensically on his side all the time. And not until he happens to meet Murari (Saurabh Shukla) does he have to say goodbye to good fortune. Murari, a private detective, also the uncle of one of his wives, is doing his mission to expose Bhola, so no doubt when he joins at the hip with our main actor. Fraud Saiyaan is pushed into climax once a young widow (Sara Lorean) appears and steals Bhola's heart. For the first time in life, he decides to put his soul beyond materials, breaking the set of his own rules...

A long set of over-dramatic scenes are simply there to test your level of patience, which means you have to be extremely patient and tolerant to give Fraud Saiyaan a try. There exist such plentiful flaws during just nearly 2 hours that not a single plus point can save the film. All women appearing in Fraud Saiyaan have one thing in common, crazily falling in love with Bhola! All have the hots for him! All desires to sleep and have children with him! Not caring a bit about his background or financial ability, or even his purpose of approach, they blindly give him large sums of money. Even Bhola's regular absences (which actually resulted from his dating with other women) do not matter; conversely, they forgive him quickly as a wink, without a bit hesitant. Not to mention the act of teaming up to save him from the police at the end, the whole plot is just as unreasonable and ridiculous.

And to be truthful, even comedies need a well-built structure or an emotional track for the audience to follow. Fraud Saiyaan disappointingly fails on both counts. Despite Arshad Warsi's and Saurabh Shukla's not bad acting, people will pay little attention to it. Apparently, just the movie plot itself is already too much to handle! It is still wondered why they decided to take part in such a disjointed effort.

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