October 24, 2020

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Kaabil Review: Kaabil Enough to Watch it Second Time!

Right from the announcement till the release date, there was much expectations going all over. And the prime reason behind this is two – it’s a Hrithik Roshan-starrer film and the second one clashing with Shah Rukh Khan-starrer film ‘Raees’. Let’s see how well the film has met the expectations!

The story features a love affair between two blind people, played by Rohan (Hrithik Roshan) and Supriya (Yami Gautam). Their life is filled with colors of joy, until one day a dreadful tragedy strikes and the happy-go-lucky life of this lovely couple gets shattered. Now Rohan decides to take revenge, despite of being a visually impaired man. In addition, the opponents (Ronit Roy and Rohit Roy) are very much powerful in front of Rohan. What was that tragedy and will Rohan succeed in his mission? Watch out Kaabil to know more!

The movie is filled with emotional content – be it a lovey-dovey tale or a revengeful drama. Although it starts on a slow note, but then flies with a jet speed as soon as it picks up. The movie then shows no back turn and entertains the audience right till the end. How our visually impaired man overpowers the villains, who are as smart as the hero and equally more merciless, is the main USP of this film. One can literally feel the movie. One can feel the emotion and whatsoever happening in the movie, and that’s major plus point.

Director Sanjay Gupta, who lately impressed us with his action-thriller movie Jazbaa that made a solid comeback of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, is once again back with another action-thriller movie that has an emotional quotient as its backdrop. Despite of being a slow start, Gupta ensures to take movie forward in a right direction and with no clichés. The well-balanced emotional journey, minimal humor, nail-biting situations, energetic action and dramatic sequences are being excellently projected and featured in the movie.

Going by the performances, Hrithik Roshan is as usual at its best and takes the movie on an altogether different level. To portray as a blind man and doing all the action sequences is quite big task. And not even for a single second the actor makes us feel that he can literally see in real-life and is just enacting as a blind person on the screen. He holds the movie on his shoulder quite effectively and successfully, where this would be a sure-shot noted down as one of his best performance.

Yami Gautam catches one attention with her superbly enacted role and magnetic charm. Ronit Roy is one of the finest actors we have in the industry, and so does his brother Rohit Roy (hope to see him more in movies). Urvashi Rautela stunningly shines in her item number. And rest of the actors like Narendra Jha, Girish Kulkarni, Suresh Menon and Akhilendra Mishra has played their part quite well.

Music of the movie blends and gels, whereas background score is equally compelling with the mood of sequences going around the movie. Cinematography is top-notch, Choreography is fantastic, Action is power-packed, Editing is razor-sharp for most of the parts, and Dialogues are gripping enough to hold the dramatic sequences in movie.

So is it a Paisa-Vasool film? Definitely! Despite from some minor hiccups, it’s a complete entertainer and delivers an edge-of-a-seat gripping action-thriller movie. Highly recommended to the moviegoers, and a must watch for all the Hrithik Roshan fans. For those who are not, watch the movie, and become the one!

Rating: 4 Stars

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