SelfieeIn the shimmering tapestry of 2023’s cinematic offerings, emerges an Indian Hindi-language extravaganza that blends comedy, drama, and action into an intoxicating brew. Directed with an artful touch by the visionary Raj Mehta and brought to life through the collaborative magic of Dharma Productions, Magic Frames, Prithviraj Productions, Cape of Good Films, and the illustrious Star Studios as its distributor, this film is a true symphony of creativity.At its forefront, two luminaries take the stage the charismatic Akshay Kumar and the enigmatic Emraan Hashmi. With the graceful accompaniment of Diana Penty and the effervescent Nushrratt Bharuccha in supporting roles, the cast becomes a constellation of talent that lights up the silver screen. Driving Licence,’ this cinematic voyage orbits around a riveting rivalry. Enter a world where an unassuming RTO Inspector and a larger-than-life actor cross paths in a tumultuous dance of destiny.
Vijay Kumar, a Bollywood luminary portrayed by Akshay Kumar, stands in need of a fresh driving license from the passionate RTO officer Om Prakash Agarwal, an ardent devotee of Vijay’s stardom.But what starts as a simple procedure spirals into a saga of misunderstanding, catapulting the duo into a public spectacle that takes center stage across the nation. The canvas unfolds further, introducing Om Prakash Aggarwal, a Motor Vehicle Inspector based in Bhopal, whose fervor for Vijay Kumar’s artistry knows no bounds. As Vijay’s life intertwines with the shimmering lights of the film industry and personal commitments, the journey embarks upon a riveting climax that unfolds on the hallowed grounds of an Indian Navy leased land.As tension and camaraderie dance in a delicate balance, clerical errors lead to a tangle that only the silver screen could conjure. A saga of intrigue and connection emerges, drawing Vijay and Om into a clandestine dance where trust, loyalty, and the shades of human spirit interplay. Amidst speeding procedures and political intrigue, ‘Selfiee’ is a film that captures the essence of human connection in an era dominated by screens. Through laughter, drama, and moments of sheer revelation, it beckons audiences to reflect on the vitality of real bonds and the tapestry of emotions that color our lives.