420 IPC Movie Review

420 IPC 2021 Movie Review

420 IPC 2021 Movie Review - Zee5

420 IPC 2021 Movie Review – Zee5

The film 420 IPC was directed by Manish Gupta. The film stars Vinay Pathak and Ranvir Shorey. This film is produced by Curious Digital. The premiere of “420 IPC” has been announced for 17th December on Zee5.

420 IPC 2021 Story 

The movie shows Vinay Pathak in the role of a chartered accountant and the film begins in June 2015. Vinay Pathak asks his client for bank statements of him and all his family members, so that the IT return can be filed quickly.

When Vinay Pathak arrives home, his wife tells him about the bank’s notice about the home loan installment, and Vinay says the house may have to be vacated.

Vinay opens the door when the doorbell rings, and the CBI arrives with a search warrant in hand. CBI agents search the entire house but find nothing. They take Vinay Pathak with them. 

When he checks Vinay’s bank details, statements, and emails, he finds them clean, and then he is asked to leave.

Meanwhile, another client of Vinay’s is also involved in the CBI case, and then the investigation turns to Vinay.

It will be interesting to find out what happens next and how many ups and downs the story has……………

420 IPC 2021 Movie Review - Zee5

420 IPC 2021 Movie Review – Zee5

420 IPC 2021 Movie Full Details

You can find out more about 420 IPC 2021 release date, cast, plot, and many other details right here.


Name 420 IPC Movie
Genre Crime,Action,Drama
420 IPC 2021 Release Date 17 December 2021
420 IPC Release Platform Zee5
Director Manish Gupta
420 IPC Cast Rohan Mehra, Vinay Pathak,
Ranvir Shorey, Gul Panag
Production House Kyoorius Digital,
Zee Studios

Where to watch

This movie was also released on Zee5 app and website. If you want to watch this movie, then you have to take any subscription of Zee5.


420 IPC 2021 Official Trailer on Youtube



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