Movie Review: Sooryavanshi

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Producer-director Rohit Shetty’s film ‘Sooryavanshi’, which was hanging in the balance for 19 months during the Corona period, has finally hit the theaters. Producer-director Rohit Shetty waited for almost two years to bring the film to the theatres, and after watching the film, it would not be wrong to say that his decision to wait so long for theatrical release was the right one. The typical Rohit Shetty-style film features flying vehicles, amazing action sequences, comedy that appeals to front benchers, and the real fun of watching the adventures of Singham aka Ajay Devgan and Simmba aka Ranveer Singh with police officer Akshay Kumar on OTT. was not possible. Rohit Shetty’s love for police grew after the super success of Singham and Simmba, which resulted in Akshay Kumar in the role of Sooryavanshi, the Chief of Anti Terrorism Squad. He has also brought Singham and Simmba along with Sooryavanshi in this film to enrich the audience with the visual treat.

Story: The film’s story is of Rohit Shetty, which he has linked to the 1993 bomb blasts and Pakistan to give a realistic touch. Sooryavanshi is a cop who puts his duty ahead of his doctor wife Riya (Katrina Kaif) and son. He has lost his parents in the Mumbai bomb blasts and that is why he is on the hunt for the masterminds of this bomb blast Bilal (Kumud Mishra) and Omar Hafeez (Jackie Shroff), who fled the country after committing an inhuman incident in Mumbai. Had gone. Meanwhile, Suryavanshi gets some such sources, which reveal that 1000 thousand kg of RDX was actually brought in the Mumbai bomb blast, out of which only 400 kg was destroyed while 600 kg RDX was used in Mumbai. I have hidden it somewhere. During the investigation, Suryavanshi also manages to find out that for the last 27 years, the terrorist organization Lashkar has put into action the sleeper cells which have been set up in different states of the country with fake names, they are the 7 main and They are once again planning to blast such a bomb in the congested areas, which will blow away the rags of Mumbai. You will have to watch the movie to know how Suryavanshi saves Mumbai from terrorist attack with the help of Singham and Simba.

Review: Director Rohit Shetty’s film is a complete masala entertainer. Rohit has made it keeping the message in mind. The first half of the film seems a bit long, but in the second half you set out on a ride of entertainment where laughter, action, romance, thrill are everything. As writer-director, Rohit has made Pakistan and Islamic terrorism at the root of the turmoil in his story, while on the other hand has tried to balance it by putting scenes of Hindu-Muslim unity and brotherhood. In the story, while the Islamic terrorists have vowed to destroy the country, on the other hand, many Muslim conscientious officers are ready to lay down their lives for the country. In one of the bomb blast scenes, Ganpati is shown being picked up by Maulanas, while on the other hand, as much hatred is for Kasab, as much respect is for Kalam as the dialogues have. Some scenes are also childish, which have been consumed in the name of entertainment. The action and chasing sequences are a sight to behold, though they seem inspired by Hollywood movies, but it gives a heroic feel to your Bollywood heroes in those kind of hair-raising scenes. It is Rohit’s specialty to make his cop heroes memorable by giving them special body language and dialogues. Here comedy has been created by Sooryavanshi by calling people wrong names. The background score is strong. The climax of the film is strong and feel good. On the music front, songs like ‘Tip Tip Barsa Paani’ and ‘Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein’ have been recreated in the film, which have become visible.

Acting: Akshay Kumar as Sooryavanshi proves to be twenty. From his heroic entry to the scintillating action sequences of the climax, Akshay delivers what his fans want. While his comic timing makes people laugh, his fitness proves him to be a super cop in action sequences. Katrina is frozen in her role. She looks very sexy and glamorous in the iconic song, ‘Tip Tip Barsa Pani’. When Ranveer Singh and Ajay Devgan enter in the second half, the film gets a bit current. This trio of superstars makes comedy fun along with action. The casting of Rohit Shetty is strong, in which actors like Jackie Shroff, Kumud Mishra, Gulshan Grover, Abhimanyu Singh, Niketan Dheer manage to make an impact in small roles.

Why watch: This masala entertainer can definitely be seen in the festive season of Diwali.


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