It is not wrong to expect blatant entertainment from a film which has a hero of ‘Bahubali’ and has a budget of 350 crores. The audience takes the same expectation from Prabhas’s grand budget action drama, but it is a saying that not every day is Diwali. Not every film of Prabhas can be ‘Bahubali’, but Prabhas’s Bollywood debut will be with such a confusing story and weak screenplay, hardly anyone expected it.
Advance booking of the film is in full swing. Due to no more films this week and Ganeshotsav holidays, the film will not be in a loss, but Prabhas’s fans may be disappointed.
The story is very complicated. Just understand that the story is based on the rivalry of the world’s most powerful and syndicate crime mafia, where the Chief of the Roy Group (Jackie Shroff) is killed under the plot and Chunky Pandey’s character declares himself the heir to his throne. gives. In this battle of power, on one side there is the party of Arun Vijay and Mandira Bedi, on the other side there is the party of Chunky Pandey, Mahesh Manjrekar, Lal and Tinu Anand.
Ashok (Prabhas) has an entry with a very big and mysterious robbery in Mumbai. He, along with his fellow female cop Amrita (Shraddha Kapoor) and fellow cop David (Murali Sharma), gets a clue of the robbery and reveals that the mastermind of the dacoity is Neil Nitin Mukesh. Syndicate crime mafia’s both Rivals are looking for a black box, which has many deep secrets hidden in it. Closing this black box, the story revolves around various cities and abroad, and at the end there is a huge revelation.
The weakest link of the film is its catchy story, in which you have to put a lot of emphasis on the mind to understand it. Surprising action scenes are the plus point of the film, which is enough to make your breath fast. The film has been shot in various locations such as Mumbai, Hyderabad, Dubai, Romania, Australia and also has a lot of R Madhi’s cinematography, but writer-director Sujit’s problem is that his story and characters connect with the audience. Fail to make. The film is over-stretched and the half-hour of the three-hour film brings the Climax point so many times that you start to feel anxious as to when the film will end.
Prabhas keeps an amazing screen presence on screen, but here he has proved to be inferior in his dialog delivery. In action scenes, he definitely looks, but he has failed to make an impact in the glorified heroic character. His Bahubali charm is missing in the film. Shraddha Kapoor is beautiful, but her character is not developed properly. The lack of chemistry between Prabhas and Shraddha is evident. Jackie Shroff, Mandira Bedi and Chunky Pandey have done a good job in the army of Villains. Murali Sharma is remembered in the role of David, but Mahesh Manjrekar, Tinu Anand and Evelyn Sharma have been wasted.
In terms of music, ‘Psycho Saiya’, adorned with music by Tanishq Bagchi, has become a big hit. It ranks fourth in Radio Mirchi’s Top 20. Guru Randhawa’s ‘Annie Soni’ of this film is at number 10 in Radio Mirchi’s chart