Kamyaab Teaser


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2018 | 1hr 49 min | Drama
IMDb Ratings: 8.0/10 

CAST :  Sanjay Mishra, Deepak Dobriyal, Sarika Singh

DIRECTOR : Hardik Mehta


Kaamyaab is the beautiful journey of a retired actor Sudheer, who happens to be a washed up side actor from the heyday of retro times Bollywood or more so over called as the classic old Hindi Cinema. Many years after his retirement from the industry, he comes to the realisation that he ‘retired’ on the very verge of accomplishing a unique record that he could have set. He then decides to come out of his retirement, just like old times and to complete the round figure of 500 movies. But for that he had to touch base his ace and get that one substantial role for which he will be remembered forever in the hearts of the movie lovers. Will Sudheer be able to make a dashing come back to the big screen? Will he be able to find his way through the new generation of extras and side artists to finally achieve his dream? To know more watch now!


  • Actor Sanjay Mishra claims that the film is made on such a less budget that even the cost of vanity van used by big stars is more than the entire film budget.
  • This film is dedicated to late actor Viju Khote who passed away right before the release of the movie. He is the actor who is mainly remembered for his role of Kaliya in the film Sholey


  • Sanjay Mishra acting as Sudheer
  • Deepak Dobriyal acting as Gulati
  • Isha Talwar acting as Isha
  • Nasirr Khan acting as Director Barot
  • Sarika Singh acting as Bhavna
  • Avtar Gill acting as Himself
  • Viju Khote acting as Himself
  • Manmauji acting as Himself
  • Guddi Maruti acting as Herself
  • Anil Nagrath acting as Himself
  • Birbal acting as Himself
  • Lilliput acting as Himself
  • Akashdeep Arora acting as Shibu Das
  • Devika Vatsa acting as Casting Assistant
  • Kaurwakee Vasistha acting as Anu
  • Shehzad Khan acting as Himself
  • Vikas Verma acting as Rahul Chopra


Pallabi Dey Purkayastha from the newspaper, The Times of India happen to give a 4.5/5 rating and later termed this film as a film that is an 'ode to Bollywood'. She also found the tonality of the film’s narrative light, subtle, funny and emotional, all at once. While praising this film’s writer and director Hardik Mehta for his work, and the entire ensemble of the cast for their performance, she finally concluded by saying that this film was about the sheer ability to fulfil unfinished dreams, even when the things are not going your way and are in your odds.