Loot fails to hold ground even after we are introduced to the four protagonists played by Govinda, Suniel Shetty, Jaaved Jaaferi and Mahakshay Chakraborty. The narrative goes at snail pace and fails to make an impact. The narrative seems so unconnected at various times that even the witty one liners and a few good comic scenes is unable to save Loot. The script and screenplay is clumsy.
Loot is the story of Pandit (Govinda), Builder (Suniel Shetty], Akbar (Jaaved Jaaferi) and Wilson (Mahakshay Chakraborty), who have been asked to carry out a robbery in Pattaya, Thailand. But they end up going to the wrong address and robbing. The three are in a mess, with the most feared don Mahesh Manjrekar going after them.
Govinda's comic timing is perfect. The actor, as always carries off the comic sequences entirely on his shoulders. Suniel Shetty is very good and so is Jaaved Jaaferi. Mahakshay is not impressive enough. While Mika does a decent job, Shweta Bhardwaj and Kim Sharma have nothing much to do in Loot. The other stars in the film have done an average job.
On the whole, Loot is disappointing.
Cast: Govinda, Suniel Shetty, Jaaved Jaaferi, Mahakshay Chakraborty, Mahesh Manjrekar, Prem Chopra, Dalip Tahil, Deepraj Rana, Shehzad Khan, Razzaq Khan
Director: Rajnish Raj Thakur
Producer: Sunil Shetty, Shabbir Boxwala
Banner: Popcorn Motion Pictures, Balaji Motion Pictures