P Se PM Tak is a dark & grotesque – as dark & as grotesque as the bright comedy in it. It’s a very vitriolic and an angry take on today’s political scenario. The central idea revolves around a 200-buck prostitute, on the run and penniless. Wikipedia
P Se PM Tak Reviews
What impedes the smooth, uninterrupted viewing is the constant bleeps in the dialogues, imposed by the censor board of the country. Apart from this, the writers have been innovative in introducing new cuss words like "lafange, luchhe, darpok, eena meena deekaa"... whatever they are supposed to mean.Honestly, P Se PM Tak is a weak satire that does not impress.
Sadly, the writing and execution is so poor, dated and pointless that you wonder why anyone would make a film like this. To begin with, there is no humour in this supposed comedy. The lead actress tries her best to seem crass and thus sounds like a bhajiwali, kaamwali and a prostitute all rolled into one. Her imitation of a sex worker is anything but realistic.
There’s really nothing to distinguish this film from Mallika Sheravat’s ‘Dirty Politics’ except for the cast. Familiar faces hog the roles of villainous politicians. Even newbie Meenakshi Dixit who is supposed to be having a good run down south doesn’t really make a mark here.
It is upsetting that the 67-yearold filmmaker credited for classics like Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro and Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa will now include a debacle like this in his filmography. Also, veteran actors like Aanjjan Srivastav, Deepak Shirke and Mushtaq Khan are completely wasted here. There's little to go by for a story and the dialogues are probably more cringe-worthy than the next B-grade film.