Mardaani

Director: Pradeep Sarkar
Actors: Rani Mukherjee, Tahir Raj Bhasin

Rating: 3 / 5

Building strong characters, small or big, is always the most important characteristic for movies of this genre. This was expected and was delivered here. Started very nicely without taking much time introducing the characters and still did that in a legitimate way. I liked the way it proceeded to reach the actual story. A substandard story, of which the support was not really needed. The first half ended just perfectly to keep you at the edge of your seats although second half made it little slow. Despite being reluctant in the later part, it was never pointless. It has its share of good dialogs if not overwhelming. Lastly, a very enriching ending that augments the feel good factor.

Performances of all the characters are applaudable. I’ll give credit to both director and the actors. Rani Mukherjee had an amazing comeback with nearly unblemished acting. Tahir Raj was superb and I’d really want to see him in another good role in near future. All other actors were above average and supported well.

I was not a big fan of Pradeep Sarkar but he has certainly done a very good job here. He deserves the credit of a smooth story flow and was also responsible for designing all the characters well. Music was not of any hindrance and together with the background score, it felt good at the end.

Overall a good package with strong characters that gives a feel good factor in spite of its genre.


 

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