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My Mentor the Serial Killer Tony

India 2019
produced by
Vipul K. Rawal for EBiz India
directed by Vipul K. Rawal
starring Mahesh Jilowa, Yashodhan Rana, Manoj Chandila, Akshay Verma, Jinal Belani, Dhruv Souran, Kabir Chilwal, Smita Ray, Aparna Mendies, Priti Srivastava, Shaheen Desai, Ratan Lal, Arun Kumar, Mahesh Kapoor, Bakul Patel, Gauri Shankar, Shrikant Acharya, Milind Tipnis, Nitin Goswami, Ashwin Patel, Pankitbhai Gajjar, Bindu Gajjar, Kalpana Gajjar, Veena Asher, Yashraaj Barman, Ajay Patil, Gaurav Asher
written by Vipul K. Rawal

review by
Mike Haberfelner

It was to be a routine police roadblock to bag some drunk drivers, but then a guy on a moped, Ashish (Mahesh Jilowa) acts mighty suspicious, and it's soon found out he's carrying a gun. He claims he does so under orders from Inspector Waghmare (Gauri Shankar), but when brought face to face with the policeman, the two men fail to recognize one another. Ashish then makes a very wild confession, that he, a psychology student, and three otehr students, Martin (Dhruv Souran), Kamya (Jinal Belani) and Kartik (Kabir Chilwal) were working on a project, interviewing an active serial killer, Tony (Yashodhan Rana), whom they found after overhearing his confession to his own brother Fabian. Now apparently Tony was flattered by the attention and took them with him to a few of his hits, before pretty much handing the torch over to Martin, who has really taken a liking to killing people with his own hands. Of course, interrogating Sub Inspector Vilas (Manoj Chandila) at first thinks little of Ashish's story, but when he checks up on Father Fabian, he learns that the man has gone missing two months ago, about the time when Ashish claims they have first met Tony. So now Vilas listens, and learns that while Ashish is an orphan, Martin, Kamya and Kartik are all from rich and influential families - which gives his boss Inspector Dighe (Akshay Verma) an idea, why not let the parents of the others bribe him and present Ashish as the fall guy? This is of course a plan too perfect not to work but for one small detail - Tony's still at large ...


Sure, the premise of My Mentor the Serial Killer Tony seems rather far-fetched, and not only on paper, but the resulting film is nevertheless one more than solid piece of genre cinema, first and foremost thanks to a very intelligent script that tells its multi-layered story in a very compact fashion that in the end also ties up all its narrative threads without ever feeling forced. On top of that, the directorial effort is subtle enough to give its story and actors enough space to breathe but spot-on in scenes of action and suspense, and the acting is solid to say the least, all of which makes this a pretty awesome genre piece.


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