Sunny Le0ne In Jackpot Movie 2013 || Sachin Joshi
Goa frames the setting for this who-gets-the-moolah trick. Francis (Joshi) packs in the muscle and has a container of lager constantly close within reach. He is likewise road savvy enough to awe Maya (Leone), the oomphy voice of reason in the film. Big cheese (Naseeruddin) is a veteran raver whose garments are as vivid as his standards and punchlines. Moderate in discourse yet snappy to draw a six-shooter, he possesses the Jackpot clubhouse. Manager, Francis and Maya bring forth an arrangement to take crores of money. Keeping in mind the deed itself is executed nicely enough, the ensuing sub-plots and ramifications of interest among the rogues is laid on with the consistency and nuance of a bull in a china shop.
Totally in character, Boss looks and seems like a farce of a reprobate. While it’s obviously comprehended that he is the proprietor of a coasting club, his lines beat each conceivable betting play on words to death. After a point, you can practically anticipate what the following joke will be. Francis and his other muscle-bound sidekicks frequently get into quarrels at whatever point some doubt of trickery emerges among them.
Also, those anticipating that anything even close should a Sunny Leone steam-fest will be frustrated. Truth be told, she raps the knuckles of the nearby chaps, reprimanding them on the off chance that they set out lay their look on her blasting at-the-catches chest. “My eyes are up here, not down there!” she reminds one neighborhood chap. She is likewise given lines like ” Sarkar aur underworld mein kya farak hai?”
Likewise, Francis, who later in the motion picture advises her that ” Hum log craftsman hai – cheat!” and Boss, who reasons out that in his profession, “Hazardous resembles whisky”. Makarand Deshpande’s silly cop character is really amusing, yet silly lines aside, one of Jackpot ‘s few reclaiming elements here is that it moves along rapidly.