- Movie Name:Setters
- Critics Rating: 2.5 / 5
- Release Date: May 3, 2015
- Director: Ashwini Chaudhary
- Genre: Crime Thriller
There is a tradition of proxy examinees in North India. Through the movie Setters, the Indian Educational system scam is highlighted. Often do we see that some doppelgangers take up examination for not-so-bright examinees to take home handsome money.
Last we saw a similar theme in Cheat India. Ashwini Chaudhary the director of the movie tried to highlight a similar theme through his twist and mouthpiece.
Setters put a question on Indian education System where a lot of unfair means are often witnessed. Aftab Shivdasani will be seen on the screen after a huge gap. He is playing the role of a cop who is quite active when it comes to fulfilling his duties. Shreyas Talpade is playing a former colleague of Aftab. He was then seen running an examination racket for Bhaiyaji in Varanasi.
The screenplay by Ashwini Chaudhary and Vikas Manui fusses with characters. There is a little misguided sense in the plot of the movie. However, actors like Vijay Raaz and Jameel Khan have confused roles.
The storytelling is quite weak. The storytelling is a bit astray. The purpose of the movie is lost and the theme has loose ends. Indian Education system is in question but the promise to keep up the pace of the movie is unkept.
Some of the dialogs of the movie are strong enough to keep you holding your seat. Jameel Khan while threatening Bhaiyaji is extremely passionate and strong. The aim of the movie is to highlight the illegal practices in the academic world, especially in examinations. However, a lot more was expected from the movie and the makers of the movie.
Watch the trailer of the movie