Movie Review: Murder At Teesri Manzil 302 Even for those of us who have been missing Irrfan Khan like crazy, this is one movie memory we’d rather not have. Unforgivably terrible Irrfan Khan film that should have never been released.
Is it possible for a film featuring Irrfan Khan to be this bad? This is one movie memory we’d prefer not have had for those of us who have been missing the incomparable Irrfan. Murder at Teesri Manzil 302 is not just nasty, but terrifying.
Only if you’re feeling very kind will you refer to this as a plot. Still, here we go. A woman dressed in a low-slung crimson sheath gets abducted. There has been a murder. A businessman from Thailand (Ranvir Shorey) walks about appearing agitated. He also had clandestine sex with slinky women. When he isn’t fighting off a nasty ex-wife, Mr Sahyogi (Irrfan Khan) portrays himself as a helper to the Indian community. A cop in dark spectacles (Lucky Ali) and his partner keep appearing to provide comic relief.
Allow me to correct it. Because the entire picture is a farce, these cop characters sort of fit in. The kidnapping and murder is where it all starts. At the middle, Irrfan does several uncharacteristic things, such as swaying in a discotheque, feebly flicking his fingers, and doing the heavy-breathing thing with a heavy-lidded female. There’s even a kiss with a bare-backed woman that has a very ‘Jism’ flavour to it.
Even the best actors have films they’d rather forget. This Zee5 film is one of those that should not be on anyone’s resume. It appears that it was wisely kept under wraps for several years.
Irrfan Khan, Ranvir Shorey, Deepal Shaw, and Lucky Ali star in the film Murder At Teesri Manzil 302. Navneet Baj directed the film Teesri Manzil 302 The movie Saini Murder At Teesri Manzil 302 has a rating of: There is no rating.