Story : Set in Kanjhawla in Haryana, Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande revolves around a gang comprising of Rajbir (Parvin Dabas), Sexy (Vansh Bhardwaj), Ambani (Ashish Nair), Doctor (Kuldeep Ruhil), who dream to make it big, under an aspiring politician- Fauji (Sharat Saxena). The gang takes money from Chief Minister Jaya Gulati (Kiran Juneja) to suppress the innocent villagers, who are fighting against the government to safeguard their lands from a scheming businessman Aggrawal (Anupam Kher), who desires to build factories on them. However, in due course of time, Rajbir along with his friends realise the plight of the villagers and the suppression turns into support. Now, will Rajbir be able to help out the villagers, is something interesting to watch. Story Treatment : ‘In order to change the system, be the part of the system,’ is what ‘Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande’ portrays very intelligently. The film about the fight between progress and dislocation, is simple in its narration, but is definitely not for the masses. The change of mind amongst the gang members and how they make it possible to come to the rescue of villagers, is quite believable and interesting. Star Cast : Parvin Dabas is phenomenal. It’s a treat to watch him switching lanes from a serious thinker to a happy go lucky guy. Vansh Bhardwaj, Ashish Nair and Kuldeep Ruhil support him with their excellent comic-timing. Kiran Juneja and Sharat Saxena play their parts well. Ditto for Yashpal Sharma and Neena Kulkarni. Anupam Kher is good in his small, but pivotal role. Udit Khurana as CM’s son is a complete surprise package, as his performance more than up to the mark. Direction : Parvin Dabas’ direction is equally commendable. The debutant director/writer has managed to tackle such a sensitive subject very diligently. In fact, one doesn’t get bored at all as he fills the film with some light moments too, with an excellent comic-timing between the gang members. But his attempt is surely not flawless, as he fails to make a mark in the initial 40 minutes because one gets confused with the sub-plots, until he arrives at the main mudda (topic). In fact, the dragged screenplay is a major setback, which takes away the essence of the film at some points. Music/ cinematography/ Dialogues/Editing : Music is the soul of the film. The background score complements the storyline and leaves one mesmerised. Cinematography is ‘A’ class, just like the writer. The camera captures the expressions brilliantly. There’s intricate attention given to the situations of the characters. Dialogues don’t ring a bell as such, barring a few which induce a motivational factor in the film. Editing could have helped to reduce the length of the film. 3 Ups and 3 Downs : The brilliant concept, intelligent direction and soothing music are the high points. Overtly dragged screenplay, non-impressive dialogues and a non-crisp editing are the weak points. On the whole, ‘Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande’ is a must watch film, but won’t lure the masses for its intelligent quotient.