Bollywoodis always known for thrillers, and movies infused with mysteries and suspense have its own audience in Bollywood industry. Reasons for this are many, they keep you stick to your chair; they thrill you every second for guessing what is coming next, etc. With its own set of audience, thriller movies have created their own niche in Bollywood. On the contrary, there are some underrated movies that seem to be intriguing yet not hyped much. For example, Nirdosh a suspense thriller of ZEE5 that casts Arbaaz Khan, Manjari Fadnnis is one of the best thrillers of 2018. However, it did not grab the kind of attention it deserved from the audience. You would probably know quite a few of them and must have watched as well, but here’s a rundown of a few, Check the list below:
Let’s kick things off with the movie that I blew me away recently. Nirdosh dropped in the theatre in 2018. This suspense thriller cast Arbaaz Khan, Manjari Phadnis in the lead roles. The story revolves around a family of three that came to a toppling affair when a paying guest Mahek Chahal comes to stay with them. The movie is directed by Pradeep Rangwani and Subroto Paul. They have tried to make the story engaging through a brutish investigating Inspector Lokhande who arrests Manjari Fadnnis as a prime suspect. Later in the story, we realise that everyone seems to be a suspect in this murder mystery thriller. Arbaaz Khan looks handsome as always, and Ashmit Patel too had an appealing look in the movie. The other cast too did a fair amount of justice to their role. You can Watch Nirdosh Online anytime you want.
Directed by Nagesh Kukunoor – 8X10 Tasveer is a Hindi psychological thriller starring Akshay Kumar, Ayesha Takia, Sharmila Tagore, and Javed Jaffrey. Right from the bat, one can see that the movie travels along with the character Jai, who is a forest ranger in Canada with a unique trait of seeing things in past just by starring at the photographs. He developed this mysterious talent when he died in an accident under mysterious circumstances. Further, he starts looking for his father’s murderers with the help of his psychic powers. The cast of the movie leads movies were able to keep me hooked to my chair. Akshay Kumar – the star himself has done wonderfully well. Ayesha Takia plays a good role but, to be very honest, it was not that impactful, whereas Javed has justified the character’s needs. Overall this thriller is a must watch for all thriller lovers.
The 2011 thriller is directed by none other than Tigmanshu Dhulia and stars Nana Patekar as Hanumant Singh, Mohit Ahlawat as Mohit Kumar and Rimi Sen as Varsha Mathur in the lead roles. With such a food casting crew, Tigmanshu Dhulia cooked up a great cop thriller. In Shagird, a rookie cop questions the tactics of his bosses and tries to track the kidnappers of his girlfriend. Unlike the others mentioned in the list, Shagird has jiffies of authority and an uneven, clammy texture that thuds particularly when the camera twists through the bylanes of Old Delhi. It is a crime action thriller which starts with Bunty Bhaiya, who is the gangster and has been arrested in Ghaziabad. What follows forms the entire story of the movie. In a nutshell, it is one cop thriller that no Nana Patekar fan can afford to miss.
Phobia – I must say that it is a must watch movie for a Radhika Apte fan. She is a phenomenal actress and has done all the justice to her role in this psychological thriller which got released in 2016. The movie is directed by Pavan Kirpalani and produced by Viki Rajani. Phobia revolves around the life of Mehak Deo (Radhika Apte) who suffers from agoraphobia. She is not able to respond and interact with people who are unknown to her and thus, remains aloof in her apartment. To make matters worse turns out that the apartment that she holds herself in has a traumatised history of a tenant who inexplicably vanished. The plot is interesting, and the background score from Karan Gaur makes the whole story appealing and edged.
Bollywood has been superlative in terms of cinema, and the above mentioned are a few movies that did not get the response from the audience. Had they got the right amount of attention, many of them would have ended up as future classics. Nonetheless, they are spectacular in their own way. Watch them on ZEE5 whenever you want.
We see there are ample movies being made that based on the martyr and the warriors of our nation we have had since ages, in fact, we see them all since our independence and post that era as well. But, what Romeo Akbar Walter has done is immensely marvellous. This is my personal view on the movie – coming to the story, it has nailed like any other RAW and intelligence agencies movies in Bollywood, but what makes me intrigued is the ability to pull it off with the niche that it almost felt that it can be an anti-Indian movie. Nonetheless, it wasn’t!!
To start with RAW – Romeo Akbar Walter
can be a slow burner for many as the pace goes like a turtle but later it cleans up the mess from our nation during the times of 1971 war and post that when Walter Khan (John Abraham) soars into the patriotic Indian agent working on the lands of Pakistan.
The first half, in specific, is quite deliberate and takes its own time for the setup and build up. You might feel that nothing’s really up-to-the-minute here in this movie and it is getting emotional on every front unnecessary, but nah, by the end of the film, it all makes sense. The writing is pretty good I must say and the screenplay is a bit precarious. I personally loved the twists in the movie but was hoping to have more; however, no offence but the script perhaps demanded the same.
Romeo (John Abraham) played a spy but was shown as a bank cashier who was then recruited by India’s foreign intelligence agency — the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). They believe he’s a master of disguise and can operate as Akbar, India’s undercover agent in Pok (Pakistan occupied Kashmir) – all these events are during the time around 1971 Indo-Pak war. He pulled it off strategically and for me, it is one of the most amazing works of John post-Madras Café.
I quite like the entry of Sikandar Kher – the moment he steps in the movie the twists and the drama enthralled the audience. I would like to see more of him in films and of Raghubir Yadav as well as they both are fabulous actors in their own genre and Kher has to be pulled off more. Mouni Roy needs to work on acting skills more, it’s nothing like she isn’t one but for movies and great cinema she had to choose what makes her comfortable. Needless to say about amazing work done by Jackie Shroff, it was a delight to see him on the screen in such a strong character.
The story has Brie Larson as Carol Danvers and she became the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war. This war is between two alien races. The story is set in the 1990s and is a whole new adventure from previously unseen period movies in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. During the scenes, you would also feel that it is powerful than the Thanos as well. Captain Marvel is an extraterrestrial Kree warrior who has a connection to Erth and sees the glimpses of her life on a planet where there is life. It all started when Captain Marvel finds herself caught in the middle of an intergalactic battle between her people and the Skrulls. She saw herself living on earth 1995, and those memories keep on recurring her mind as U.S. Air Force pilot Carol Danvers. With the help from Nick Fury, Captain Marvel she tries to reveal the secrets of her past while hitching her special superpowers as the Marvel Captian to end the war with the evil Skrulls.
The film offers several positive messages related to perseverance, integrity, and more, but the greatest takeaway is watching a fearless, confident, mighty woman become a superhero. Carol Danvers is a fantastic role model: She always sees herself as capable, she’s not objectified, male counterparts recognize her intelligence and strength, and she has a strong sense of integrity. Women support women, the characters are diverse, ageism is nonexistent, and romance doesn’t figure into things at all.
Rating: PG-13 (for sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and brief suggestive language)
Genre: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy
The story is quirky and upbeat – Luka Chupi – Movie Review
The story starts with a sparky topic of live-in relationships which is still a taboo in our society. What happens is that a popular actor Nazim Khan reveals his live-in relationship on the news and that’s when the whole issue and propaganda of the live-in relationship started. It became a national issue in Mathura. Further, in the story, the reporter Guddu (Kartik Aaryan) and his associate Rashmi (Kriti Sanon) fall in love with each other. The first half is jam-packed with some sequences that are not quite appealing but yes the one-liners and the dialogue delivery of Kartik Aaryan is falling flat as a pancake. Kartik Aaryan is a huge misfit at places despite the fact his one-liners were fantastic. Also, I would like to mention that the ace actor Pankaj Tripathi was not used at his best in the movie. Kriti Sanon looks gorgeous but doesn’t get anything to recur the magic she displayed in Bareilly Ki Barfi. Pankaj’s presence makes some scenes manageable but an actor of stature, doing this – it’s just deplorable.
Directed by debutant Laxman Utekar and produced by Dinesh Vijan, the film will hit the screens on March 1, 2019. It also features actors Aparshakti Khurana, Pankaj Tripathi and Vinay Pathak in key roles. For me, Luka Chuppi’ is a situational comedy from the word go and it also has a strong point to put about live-in relationships. According to t me, the way it has been portrayed was good enough as this is a serious topic in Indian societies. What starts as a news story for a local reporter Guddu, turns into his own love story with hilarious complications. But peddling along are a host of other societal issues like misogyny, gender inequality, caste bias and moral policing that are tackled in a funny and harmless way. Though, there is barely a dull moment in the film that never takes itself too extremely. As a debutante, director Laxman Utekar does a superb job of giving us a bunch of idiosyncratic letterings in rare situations. Starting with the film’s hero Kartik Aaryan, who looks way too refined for his small-town character, but along the way, you soon start rooting for him. Whether he is casing a story or running for cover himself – Kartik exudes an engaging charm that is relatable.
My ratings: 3.5/5
Overall, ‘Luka Chuppi’ is an amusing ride that never gets too preachy or scratchy for the family audience. It’s a spotless entertainer with a message that’s not too loud, but clear, for sure.
Son Chiraiya is a story that tells us about of Chambal Ghati – India which widely known for a pack of rebels and is marked for dacoits as well. Since ages, we all have been hearing and reading a lot of tales about Chambal Ghati. The dacoits have their own set of rules on which they live on and adhere to them quite strictly. Additionally, they have a regime that they will not harm females and children. The story is set on of the gang from Chambal – The Beehad gang, which is being cursed by some circumstances when they were robbing a house. The group then pursues to rob a wedding, however, later the conditions make changeovers and they get their backs against the wall. Later in the movie, you will see a large size of dacoits was killed however, a minority of dacoits including Lakhan (Sushant Singh) succeeded to escape. After that, Lakhan had a new objective as during the escape he meets Indumati (Pednekar) with a little girl named Son Chiraiya who was a rape victim and needed help to survive and need to be taken to the hospital within 48 hours, else she will die.
The story moves ahead with this same notion and Lakhan (Sushant Singh)stayed on his promise to make the gang free from the curse that everybody has been suffering from. For me, it actually catered to the niche audience and the actors including the supporting staff made it happen to their best. Sushant Singh Rajput played the penetrating character of Lakhan and it is well-thought-out one of the best performance by him. Ashutosh Rana and Manoj Bajpayeeare dexterous as ever. Apart from that Bhumi Pednekar fits flawlessly in the role of Indumati Tomar. The film is crammed with action and while you watch it you feel like a trip to the small yet muddled villages of Chambal. Apart from that, the film also delivers some loud messages and issues that are still seen in modern India. It depicts some of the biggest issues like misogyny and the patriarchal society, which is dreadful to watch but reality.
The quoted review: Rating: 3½
Very well-made film that caters to a niche audience. You need to have a strong stomach to absorb #SonChiriya. Violent, disturbing, shocking, with a horrifying twist. Fantastic performances by all. #SonChiriyaReviewpic.twitter.com/umlq3pG1LI
The Christmas is on the roll and the entire town will paint red and white. On this occasion, kids had a chance to watch Grinch a new movie released last week. Movies and books have a special place in our lives from all the times and kids love to read as they connect with their lives and get crazy about them. At times it a terrible feeling to just sit and read but this week’s movie has a lot of love and true message for kids and for parents. The Grinch gives the archetypal Seuss foundation and its elements that are brightly animated and update that’s sturdily appropriate for younger viewers without adding considerably to the story’s legacy. If anything, which indicates that good people can effortlessly turn awful so, I can’t help but feel that the story of Dr. Seuss’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas, was supposed to happen in the real world. Then it would end up with all the people of Whoville that are just going paranoid and pampering in an orgy of vengeance and hate after discovering out that all their Christmas presents just vanished. But as the holidays are upon us now and the kids will gonna have fun, and the children need to be entertained, so here’s my review of a new animated Grinch movie… Common let’s dive into
Each year at Christmas they disturb his quiet solitude with their progressively bigger, brighter and brasher merriments. When the Whos announce they are going to make Christmas three times bigger this year, the Grinch grasps there is only one way for him to advance some concord and quiet: he must steal Christmas. To do so, he plumps he will pose as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, even profitable so far as to trap a lackadaisical misfit reindeer to pull his sleigh. Meanwhile, down in Who-ville, Cindy-Lou Who-a young girl teeming with holiday cheer-plots with her gang of friends to trap Santa Claus as he makes his Christmas Eve circles so that she can thank him for help for her clichéd single mother. As Christmas approaches, however, her good-natured scheme impends to collide with the Grinch’s wicked one. Will Cindy-Lou achieve her goal of lastly meeting Santa Claus? Will the Grinch prosper in quieting the Whos’ holiday cheer once and for all?
Benedict Cumberbatch expresses a smaller amount of sinister version of Dr Seuss’s green meanie in a festive mode feel-good animation. From Minions creators Illumination, Pharrell Williams recounts this gorgeous animated remake of Dr Seuss’s 1957 children’s book How the Grinch Stole Christmas! This version can be a bit tight as compared with the softer version than the 1966 cartoon original (narrated by Boris Karloff), apparently flattening out his menacing smirk and visualizing his bright green fur as fine and strokably fuzzy. Voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch, the Christmas grumble is an expressive eater who wears “Mold Spice” deodorant and lives all alone with his pet dog, Max. He lives in a cave on the outskirts of Whoville, home to a civic life of Santa devotees.
My critic review:Though I’m a big fan of Grinch comic series and was very curious as it is from the makers of Despicable, but a bit disappointed on the tightness and the hold of the movie. But I feel Grinch was not a bad boy he was alone and was suffering from lonely issues, thus, I felt it has been better, although I found the creative visuals to be super great and awesome, visually they are attractive enough to watch.
What a movie to write for – Stree Movie Review – here’s my take on it – Rajkummar Rao, Shraddha Kapoor starrer one of the finest and the most original films of 2018. Stree marries the notion of broad comedy with horror, dark humour, and the social attire attached to it – that brings life to the story.
A town which happens to be in the grip of terror and covered by the tales of mysterious woman, who is ghost and calls the men by their name and then pull them towards her, finally abducting them, the funny and the horrified part of the story is that the Stree leaves the clothes behind and take the men. In spite of all little loophole sand stuff in the movie and all that ambiguous ideas, Stree is definitely an entertaining film. This is an untried comedy, which creates an unnerving atmosphere and certainly manages to be witty, funny and surely scary at the same time. Chanderi’s wonder boy was finally tailored extraordinaire, where the Vicky (Rajkummar Rao) falls in love with a mysterious girl (Shraddha Kapoor) who just comes once a year for the puja and at the puja time. But, her disappearing act involved her friends in suspicion and they start thinking that she could be the Stree haunting the city for long.
The review: The ingrained prejudice against women and chauvinism are some of the social evils that exist in our society and eats the world out there. So, it doesn’t matter whether you’re educated or you are a civilized person, women have always had been on the vulnerable side and had to always play second fiddle in the male-dominant system – this is the irony of our Indian society. The world one day would positively, do well to give every woman far more respect they deserve. To see such an apposite conversation especially, unfold in a horror-comedy like Stree, was a refreshing and unique experience for me. But, it feels a bit juddering as well, it is also being compared with Bhool Bhulaiya starring Akshaya Kumar and Vidhya Balan – but when the film pokes fun at horror film ideas and finally entertains the audience with its jibes, unexpectedly bursts out into a comment on radicalism. In a bid to be socially germane, Stree ends up being a little too preachy but the comic timings of Raj Kumar Rao and the professor – Pankaj Tripathi was epic.
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Sonakshi Sinha and Diana Penty starrer ‘Happy Phirr Bhaag Jayegi‘ released at the theatres this week. The film has been enjoyed by the audience who eagerly purchased their first-day first show tickets for the movie. In the public review, few said Sonakshi Sinha has shown a huge improvement in her craft. However, there was a comparison between the two actresses as well, Diana and Sonakshi, as their roles had different demands and responsibilities.
Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi had a slow start at the box office. The Sonakshi Sinha starrer earned only Rs 2.70 crore. Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi is the sequel to 2016 film Happy Bhag Jayegi, and stars Sonakshi Sinha, Jimmy Sheirgill, Ali Fazal and Jassi Gill. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted out the figures, saying, “#HappyPhirrBhagJayegi has a slow start on Day 1… Fared better in North… Needs to witness substantial growth over the weekend + maintain a strong trend on weekdays to leave a mark… Fri ₹ 2.70 cr. India biz… The first part had collected ₹ 2.32 cr on Day 1.”
My review: The 2016 film Happy Bhag Jayegi was a surprisingly bubbly brew, an undistinguished yet boisterous comedy about a runaway bride. The sequel is set in Shanghai and tries too hard to set the base as it was a new land. Nonetheless, Jimmy Shergill steals the show more than Sonakshi Sinha as he is the man who is doomed to falling for girls – named Happy. The gags and the laugh quotient failed at places as the audience is comparing from the previous one. In between due to this the film seemed over longing and exhausting. How I wish these movies were about Bagga.
Also, for me it is absolutely a must watch the show – for a lot of reasons but yes the lack of consistency and the sharp lines with a quick wit often seemed lapsing into the puerile. Also, if someone were to get down to “reading” things seriously and watch the dialogues trying to analyse then all that actually transpires in to the on-screen Shanghai – having said this Aziz’s attempt to highlight the China’s political and economic domination of the region was great but guess audience would have loved to have a more humorous way on it.
That is, using a Bollywood film as a tool, at a time when the likes of Dangal have been reigning at the Chinese box office. From noodles to fake goods to “shey shey” (with ‘Mera naam chin chin choon’ in the background) everything Chinese is game. In fact, India, with a little help from Pakistan, is made to come out much smarter than the Chinese themselves on their home turf at that. Above all the Pakistani Policeman – the character played by Piyush Mishra is a secret laugh gig in the film, in fact, Bagga and Afridi’s timing on comedy and the best-plotted dialogues is the source of success for the film.
Overall the first one was an epic but the second one misses out of a lot of things on the charts but yes, the Jimmy Shergill steals the show with no girl in the hand.
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Tom Cruise is willing to die for our love of cinema, well; this is the latest in a lot of Ethan Hunt’s mission impossible. This Tom Cruise’s latest film has some of the greatest action ever put on film, and a plot that every Indian can relate to and had a great time watching it.
Cast – Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, Sean Harris, Michelle Monaghan
The catch of the movie is that – There are few things in life more pleasurable than watching Tom Cruise do things and it is even if he has been doing the same for 22 years. And on a serious note it has been a long one since Ethan Hunt started out on the big screen – once there was a TV version, where Bill Clinton occupied the White House and Boris Yeltsin the Kremlin. The latter two have been done and dusted, but Cruise is still saving the world clad in a leather jacket — without a single drop of sweat, but often now showing a grey straw. And this Mission: Impossible, his sixth may be his best yet, gifting not just the action but it sizzles with a larger than life action which we all follow.
But he is energetic to the proceedings, particularly towards the third act. Where the risk of the cutting to the chase – and then conveniently ignoring the reconnaissance elements of the story came into the picture – then thinking Ohh, now let’s just skip to the ending. You’ve seen bits of it in the trailers, and now most of you must have seen the movie – and you’ve perhaps heard that it’s set in Kashmir – yeah, it’s true, although our respected censor board has ensured that the word ‘Kashmir’ shall not be spoken in the film – but you’re simply unrehearsed for the sheer intensity of the sequence – it is brilliant, as it is Kashmir.
Because that’s what we want, don’t we, after the six movies in a row – We want to learn more about Ethan Hunt, about is that motivates him to risk his life every day. So, with James Bond, it was Queen and country; with Jason Bourne, it was a personal quest, but with Ethan Hunt, it has always been about his friends, his team, and the relationships he has built over the years, notwithstanding that, being emotional on can only get him into more trouble. Alas, that’s what Tom Cruise is.
To me, the series has always been are super thriller and have great moments attached to it. For example – whenever I see any of the series under this lot, and you can substantiate this – by remembering the highlights from the previous films like the Burj Khalifa sequence, Owen Davian’s threats and the ingenious Scooby Doo-esque unmaskings – but at times many of the final plots are not recalled. The plot involved invariably international arms dealers and turncoat handlers, shady organisations and a comprehensive and utter lack of faith in Ethan and his IMF crew.
In this consideration, the Fallout is classic Mission Impossible. It is also perhaps the first film in the series that will make you feel close to the very first and direct sequel to its immediate predecessor – 2015’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. The most understandable connective tissue, besides director Christopher McQuarrie of course, is the villain, Solomon Lane.
The heart of the movie remains intact as the original with a focus on making the story a bit more cinematic the way #Dharmaproduction is known for. But in point of view, the essence of the original seems to be lost in the remake. The Twitterati’s too seem to be dissatisfactory with the whole charm and the newbies in #Bollywood.
The take on the story
The societal stigma on High caste and low caste has been prevailing in our country since decades and we have numerous love stories failing in this wrath of demons. From this classic backbone of beautiful yet painful love stories comes Sairat – the #Marathiblockbuster (2016) by the filmmaker Nagraj Manjule who took the tried-and-tested Romeo and Juliet love story which was placed in a setting where the conflict rose from caste and socio-economic and divide the deep-rooted cultures and regions.
The Marathi film’s Hindi adaptation – Dhadak too finds a rebellious zone of class division in our cultures. The story revolves between a heritage-haveli-residing girl and a boutique-cafe-running boy. You will find the mentions of ‘oonchi jaati’ (high caste) by the boy’s father and on the other hand the political campaigns and gamut of the girl’s father – Ashutosh Rana.
The story is mugged of surface and shade from Bittergaon village in central Maharashtra to a tourism-brochure version of Udaipur, where it is centred on the romance between Madhukar aka Madhu (Ishaan Khatter) and Parthavi (Janhvi Kapoor). The audience would relate to the dialogue – where the girl’s neta father declares, “Udaipur ki izzat uske sanskaaron mein hai (the honour of Udaipur lies in its values)”. – which directly gives a stink of caste division and societal taboos. Filmmaker Shashank Khaitan displays a full commitment to societal resistance but you will not find an interest in the social injustice on whose back this nonessential setup is built.
In the original film – Sairat the couple shifts to Hyderabad and (Parshya and Archie) were put through the wringer and hard times as they find a new life. In Dhadak, Madhu and Parthavi inland up in Kolkata, but we would see that their struggle is relatively sterile, or we can say not that raw as it can best be described as the Dharma Productions version of a hard life.
The cast and the music though bring out the justice and of course when it is Karan Johar’s version of films – the location, sets, colours are always vibrant. Nonetheless, overall a onetime watch that is will be lured to the youth and the teenage lovers.
For me, it is well crafted and reaches out to the audience by touching the hearts in a soft manner. With all the strengths and weaknesses, Dhadak tries to highlight some of the shocking truths about our society and caste system and for which it is a worthy watch. Where the story nicely depicted the innocence and charm of the lovers – the first half seemed to be challenging in terms of pace, and the essence of the societal norms and battle against all odds for the sake of love. On the other hand, the second half failed to put it through the notion of going. Even the final jolt couldn’t shake the audience as compared with the masterpiece – Sairat सैराट.
Rajkumar Hirani’s biopic on his close friend and recurrent collaborator Sanjay Dutt is released in theatres worldwide, it is more than a week to this movie, and later when I watched the movie thought to give a review on the incidences that I thought were impactful and few which were not depicted.
Sanju – a much-hyped Biopic of a Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt, was successful to explore some of the most crucial chapters and phases of the actor’s life. It has the dramatic and controversial fell of his real and reel life. The movie actually gives you a breakdown on his rendezvous with drugs, his trials on TADA, and tribulations in the Arms Acts case and the 1993 Mumbai blasts.
Talking about the stars – Ranbir Kapoor is in the titular role, and the film features a collaborative effort which includes Manisha Koirala, Dia Mirza, Paresh Rawal, Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, and Vicky Kaushal – all of whom are playing various characters loosely-based on real-life people from Dutt’s controversial life.
For me, Sanju is detailed, well-written and has a sufficiently good number of memorable moments that entice the viewers. The father-son saga was highlighted the most and there were the many references to old Hindi film music which gave the feel of that era.
The story starts with a shot where a writer fails to write about Sanjay Dutt’s biopic and fails him miserably, so he turns to an established writer Winnie (Anushka Sharma) to pen his biography. From there the story gets deep and intense. The confessions and recollections of Sanju were in front of Winnie and give us deep insights into the highs and lows of his life, which is nothing short of a roller-coaster ride.
A bit of critical review, however, troubles which are the excuses made for Dutt’s failures and his misdeeds as a politician. Hirani regularly concentrated on the events of Dutt’s life, beginning with his well-chronicled struggle of Sanjay Dutt with drugs, which is just one part of his life. At some points, Paresh Rawal’s character of Sunil Dutt is depicted as selfish, unresponsive, self-destructive, and allowed at various points in the film, but in the end, it is the Dutt who suffered. Moreover, the director’s humorous style is pretty evident from the first scene, which took audiences to a ride of Sanju’s life.
There is a piece in me that like to tenderly imagine my maverick and seditious soul. But, precisely, I love to have a picky and cosy relationship with my soul that can rub up against a little bit, putting me alive.