The Bollywood director Sanjay Gupta received a worthy comeback with the Bollywood movie Kaabil features Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam in the lead role grabbed rave reviews from the critics and audiences mostly.
The Bollywood director Sanjay Gupta received a worthy comeback with the Bollywood movie Kaabil features Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam in the lead role grabbed rave reviews from the critics, aficionados and audiences mostly. So people are just saying positive mouth words for the movie Kaabil.
Kaabil is a romantic action thriller film which revolves around to focus the story of a blind man, who is now in a mission to seek revenge for the brutal killing of his girlfriend, played by Yami Gautam.
Sanjay Masoom and Vijay Kumar Mishra have penned the script of the movie which is produced by the leading man Hrithik’s dad Rakesh Roshan under his home banner Filmkraft Productions Pvt Ltd.
Rohan (Hrithik Roshan) and Supriya (Yami Gautam) are visually impaired fall madly in love with each other post they bump into each other in a sweet accident meet. Rohan and Supriya leaving a happy life till Supriya were raped by a powerful and influential guy Madhav (Ronit Roy) alongside his brother Amit (Rohit Roy) till her death. How blind Rohan takes revenge against Madhav and Amit for the brutal death of his girlfriend Supriya, rest of the plot deal with it.
The fans say Kaabil is regular revenge drama but there is something new offered obviously. The thrilling and suspense point of the melodrama will be kept audiences stick to their chairs. The climax is very interesting and emotional which will bring tears to your eyes. The movie has all the commercial ingredients which are enough to impressed audiences as well the film can come under the category of Masala movies.
Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam have delivered realistic act in Kaabil. No wonder they share a sizzling hot chemistry on the screen which is the highlight of the movie Kaabil. Hrithik’s action and dance moves are just stunning. Ronit and Rohit Roy have also done great jobs as villains in Kaabil.
Kaabil has brilliant production values. Rajesh Roshan’s melodious songs are enough to give relief to the music lover. Background score is superb. Sudeep Chatterjee and Ayananka Bose’s picturization and brilliant choreography of the action and dance is enough to make Kaabil a Kabil movie which can turn to be a super hit.
Twitter Reviews About Hrithik Roshan’s film:
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 23, 2017
— KAPIL (@KapilSharmaK9) January 25, 2017
— Sussanne Khan (@sussannekroshan) January 25, 2017
#Kaabil is BRILLIANT… Hrithik steals the show… Sanjay Gupta delivers a knock-out film… Review soon!
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 23, 2017
Below, we bring some important critical opinions of the Kaabil movie:
Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama said: “On the whole, KAABIL is gripping, gut-wrenching and is likely to stay with you for a long time. There are minor hiccups in an otherwise smooth narrative. Hrithik Roshan inhabits the part. As a matter of fact, he delivers his career-best performance and is the film’s biggest strength, no two questions about it. Rich in merits, this film has the power and potential to emerge a success story at the ticket window. Highly recommended!”
Meena Iyer of the Times of India said: “The highlight of the film is Hrithik’s bravura performance. He is vulnerable as a lover and menacing as a killing-machine. Half a star in the movie-rating is reserved for his all-time best performance here. Yami provides the perfect foil, subtle and super-effective.”
Mayank Shekhar of Mid-Day said: “There is a lot of realism missing in what’s supposed to be a gritty thriller. Locations seem semi-fake. In portions, the film itself appears slightly cold, and thoda sa plastic. But if you were to keep your eyes glued to the screen and follow the blind man’s graphite walking stick right down to the picture’s climax, I’m fairly certain you won’t be disappointed. Yeah, it is, for the most part, kaabil-e-tareef!”
Indian Express said: “The focus is on action, done the Sanjay Gupta way. Read that as dull, dark tones and a lot of blood. The focus is on Hrithik Roshan’s face and his blank eyes. The film’s music, despite the retreaded Haseeno Ka Deewana and Kissi se Pyaar Ho Jaaye, fails to actually stay with you for long. Urvashi Rautela’s sizzling dance number probably will.”
Khalid Mohamed of SpotboyE said: “Bollywood movies come with their own destiny and fortune. Strictly for the sake of Hritihik Roshan, who invests seamless conviction and expertise into the vulnerable Rohan Bhatnagar, I wish Kaabil is a commercial upper. Quality-wise, Kaabil, left me igloo cold. So would I recommend a look-see?: For Hrithik yes, for the rest of Kaabil NO.”
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