Another interesting film to watch in Vidya Balan’s performance, who has received National Award for her acting skills in ‘Dirty Picture’… read the first look of today’s release ‘Kahaani’, by Sujoy Gosh;
The first 15 minutes of the movie makes your money worth. The action episodes have been shot fantastic and the movie dips down next. The main plot will be revealed early which makes the film completely predictable. On the whole the first half of Spectre is just ok and it doesn’t reveal much interesting. The second half of Spectre too takes the same pace and some of the episodes have been dragged too much which kill the film completely. The action episodes elevate the movie well but the boring and predictable narration makes the film fall flat. The complete second half of Spectre is a complete downfall.
The first half of the film starts with a classic touch narrating the characters. Though the film has been completely predictable the characters and their performances elevate the film completely. The songs have been rich and beautiful with lavish sets all around. The visuals have been stunning throughout and the narration has been poetic. On the whole the complete first half has been decent except some flaws which make the film slower. The second half of the movie has many dips as the narration becomes quite slow. The main theme has not been explained in the right way and some of the songs spoil the flow of the film. Some of the episodes have been dragged too much that the audience get irritated. The front seaters will sure have a look at their watches for the end cards. The last 20 minutes of the film is the highlight of the movie and the emotions have been narrated in the right way. On the whole the second half of the film has been decent and will appeal to family audience.
Charlie Ke Chakkar Mein is a mix of drugs, cops, gangsters, youngsters, with which a powerful entertainer can be made out. But the poor narration levels completely dip the movie in the several parts. Though the story revolves around hunting a murder mystery, the unrealistic acting of the youngsters, makes the audience lack the interest. A bunch of young people (Tiwari, Sial, Rachh, Arora and co.) completely spoils the mood of the movie. Even though you are aware that, the time is passing away and nearing the climax, you would surprisingly still wander about what few scenes are dealing about. On the whole, ‘Charlie Ke Chakkar Mein’ is a complete disaster.
The movie has an engaging concept and keeps the audience interesting throughout. The first half of the film has been narrated well but the movie discusses too many things in a less duration which will sure strain the audience. On the whole the first half has been decent throughout with all the needed elements.The second half of the film dips down at parts and makes the audience bored. But the movie has interesting episodes in the second half which elevate the film well. Randeep Hooda should be well appreciated for carrying the film completely with his performance. On the whole the second half of the movie is just ok and will appeal to a selected class of audience.
The first half of the movie starts with the narration about the characters. The entertainment has been managed well throughout the film and the dialogues have been short and good enough. On the whole the complete first half of the movie has been filled with fun. The second half of the movie lacks pace when compared to the first half of the movie. The relation between Alia and Shahid Kapoor has not been explained well and it was not that convincing. However the climax has been appealing which brings a good impact on the movie. On the whole the second half has been decent.