Claps for - For not replicating Jannat. The movie may follow the same lines but is completely different in terms of the script.
Slaps for - It is somehow is predictable. Bollywood has had revenge dramas before too so that is what doesn't work for the movie. Also the music is disappointing, by the lofty standards of an Emraan Hashmi film.
Popcorn Break- Every song in the movie. It doesn't add anything to the narrative, and it is not so melodious that it would make you sit through it.
Story - The movie revolves around a revenge. Emraan's best friend and partner Deepak Tijori is murdered by Kay Kay Menon. Emraan decides to take revenge in his own style. He teams up with Paresh Rawal, another master thug, and plots a plan to con Kay Kay.
Acting - Emraan Hashmi and Paresh Rawal steal the show with their exceptional performances, the scenes where both share screen space are a delight to watch. Kay Kay Menon has done a brilliant job as the antagonist. Humaima Malick looks pretty and kisses back ferociously, but her role is too irrelevant for her to make an impact.
Direction- Looks like Kunal Deshmukh has become an expert in making movies revolving around con artists. He has played to his strengths in his first film outside of the Bhatt camp. He has done a fine job of it. He keeps you guessing on what will happen next. The end is however, majorly predictable, and a big letdown.
Combo on offer- You get an interesting film, with some peppy dialogues, and masterful performances by Paresh Rawal and Kay Kay Menon.
Verdict- Raja Natwarlal is a fun film. Don't go expecting a masterpiece, and you won't be disappointed.