‘If you’re lightening, I am 250volts electricity, I say’ – Well as you heed to this guntastic dialogues, it’s sure you will go through illimitable laugh riot. In terms, though QGM doesn’t strike with unparalleled motifs, you will have an enjoyable ride with this Desi cowboy Murugan.
Appositely, QGM isn’t just about Good Vs Bad, but Vegetarianism Vs Non-Vegetarianism. Sounds crazy, right? Just watch it and you’ll feel more.
The film is about persistent instances of misfortunes faced by Indian cowboy Murugan (Dr. Rajendra Prasad) and yet how he settles score with his rival Rice Plate Reddy (Nasser), who ardently promotes non-vegetarianism.
The beginning note is all about Murugan being killed in 1982. Don’t worry! It isn’t about flashbacks. He travels through the space and time to 2007 for wiping out the baddie Rice Plate Reddy and Co ‘Gun Powder (Shanmugarajan) and Rowdy MBA (Raju Sundaram).
For the next 90mins, there are more instances that will throw you into absolute laugh riot. Perhaps, if you’re passionate buff of 70s where bullets trigger straight to the table, projected on ceiling and then barge into baddies’ skulls.
To the highest degree, dialogues penned by Rajesh Devaraj are nitty-gritty parts that bring everything intact with this genre. Especially, Tamil-English fangled slangs are A-one off that sort and don’t miss the rib-tickling liners ‘Thupaikka Kilae Poduda… Ab Tamil Mein’ is amazing.
Thanks to Shashanka Ghosh! He tries to calls forth the jests-factors even in songs with fill-ins. ‘Oh little flower… Be my Lover’ tuned in style-yesteryear South Indian Superstar melodies are evokes laughter. Although, you’ve got to glimpse through English subtitles for Tamil liners very often, nothing scatters your attention.
When it’s about visual arenas, costume designing and art direction takes a special mention. Much particularly costumes of Dr. Rajendra Prasad: flashy green shirt with tight orange trousers, a flashing pink scarf, a leopard spotted jacket, white boots and a typical cowboy hat are flamboyant.
Dr. Rajendra Prasad makes it big with his screen presence all throughout the show with his unstrained act. In spite of her minimal role, Ramba does her best delineated as Mango Dolly. On the pars, Anu Menon as Murugan’s locket lover just sweeps us off with her hilarious takes (Kya… Mind it). Nasser, Shanmugarajan and Raju Sundaram have well played their parts. Ranvir Shorey’s surprising cameo throws you for yet more jests.
Finally, ‘Quick Gun Murugan’ is a sure-footed winner at box office as it’s sure to overshadow the other releases for this weekend.