For those of you still missed the point in spite of that title above let us clarify that Freaky Ali is not a movie you should spend your money on to watch it in a theatre. And we are being blunt here! This one is a kind of watch you would want to lay your eyes off ona on your TV screen on a lazy Sunday afternoon to catch a glimpse of the antics Nawazuddin Siddiqui is capable of displaying. ALSO READ: LIFFI: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Tannishtha Chatterjee win Best Actors Also Read - Nawazuddin Siddiqui Speaks on Divorce Case For The First Time, Says 'I Love my Daughter a Lot'

He stretches his eyebrow, wrinkles his nose or simply stands to give a deadpan expression, and yet whatever he conveys as a performer makes you fall in love with him all over again! So if you are a true fan you would like to take a look at some scenes and let the movie pass for it has no concrete plot or a substantial screenplay. ALSO READ: Baar Baar Dekho vs Freaky Ali: Censors object to bra scene in Sidharth Malhotra film; but retain ‘chaddi’ scene in Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer! Also Read - Nawazuddin Siddiqui Talks About Hathras Incident, Says Caste System Exists Even in His Own Family

Here’s how the story unfolds Nawaz plays an underwear seller (Claps! please for the way he sells chaddis is as noteworthy as the spectrum 0f the product he has with him). The man turns extortionist after the owner of his shop fires him for his not so good selling abilities. However what this man has in store can really whack your brains in one single stroke. While the man is on his extortion spree, s0 to speak, a caddie a caddie, notices that Nawaz has a special talent on the golf course. Mind you the man is out there for hafta vasooli and what a field day he has! Obviously life changes for the chap upside down! ALSO READ: Baar Baar Dekho movie review: Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif win our hearts! Also Read - Nawazuddin Siddiqui Accused of Rape by Wife Aaliya, Brother Shamas Says This

Now this plot could have held a lot of potential, but Sadly the Arbaaz Khan production goes down the spiral and it doesn’t take long for the sense, sensibility and a shred of doubt to go out of the window! Trust us, even a bucket full of caramelised popcorn and a chirpy friend sitting right alongside you won’t save you the day. You are forever in the hunt for that one scene. that one rare sequence that can probably make you giggle. Well, you get some moments but they don’t exactly make you feel about the movie or about yourself as you keep subjecting yourself to the the torture with the new scene developing on the screen absolutely haphazardly. ALSO READ: Freaky Ali movie review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer will FREAK you out!

As for the performances Nawaz shines here like only he can, Arbaaz Khan gets his moments but beyond a point he starts hamming beyond belief and Amy Jackson is employed here for the purpose that she has been serving in all her her movie so far-a decorative piece. Seema Biswas as Ali’s foster mother gets some noteworthy screen time and Jackie Shroff makes quite a cameo in the end as a local don spring a not-so-pleasant surprise.

Our rating: 2 stars