113 Min | Crime – Romance | October 2014
IMDB Rating: 6.2
Director: Suryaveer Singh Bhullar
Starring: Nikhil Dwivedi, Richa Chadda, Mahesh Balraj
Tamanchey Review: Tamanchey tells the story of two badass criminals Munna Mishra (played by Nikhil Dwivedi) and Babu (played by Richa Chadda) who meet by twist of fate when their police van meets with an accident. Munna and Babu can’t stand each other but decide to stick together in order to avoid police. The two then embark on a journey to evade arrest and bond like house on fire. After a passionate session of love making, Babu abandons Munna in the big city of Delhi. The dejected Munna, who has fallen in love with Babu, goes around the city on a search spree and finally land on the doorsteps of a drug lord Rana. Soon Munna finds that though Babu is Rana’s toy girl, she too has feelings for him.
Tamanchey takes a pair of talented actors to pull off a quirky film like Tamanchey, and director Navneet Behal has just the right cast with Richa Chadda and Nikhil Dwivedi at his disposal. The two leads are heart and soul of Tamanchey as they manage to keep us hooked with their hot and sweet romance. Nikhil Dwivedi shows a lot of promise, playing his heart out as UP ka Bhaiya, with impeccable accent. Dwivedi emoted well and fits the bill of desi romeo perfectly. Richa Chadda gives a commendable performance as the bad mouthing, venom spewing Babu, who happens to have a warm and sweet side too. Chadda’s character growth through out the film is praise worthy as we see Babu getting in touch with her feminine side as the film progresses in second half. Post interval the film becomes pacy as a lot of action, drama and romance happens on screen to keep you entertained.
In Tamanchey, the action sequences have been shot with novelty, giving the scenes a realistic and brutal tinch. The film’s villain played by Amandeep Singh Sidhu manages to impress with his hard hitting Haryanvi dialect and maliciously cold eyes. Tamanchey is an enjoyable affair with crackling chemistry between the leads amidst the bloodshed and bullets, which keeps you entertained till the end.