Director: Neeraj Pandey
Actors: Akshay Kumar, Danny Denzongpa, Anupam Kher

Rating: 3.5 / 5

As soon as the movie starts, it gives a feel of a sensible thriller without any unnecessary commercial touch. First half is a little build up and comparatively boring but the second half sets the pace perfectly and justifies all the actions that director wanted to show. There were no dramatic scenes to create needless emotions. Dialogues were very discreet and action scenes looked very realistic. Best part was the inclusion of absolutely correct amount of perfectly suited humor. Movie is lengthy but so detailed and thrilling that you’ll not want it to end at all. It keeps you at the edge constantly for a very long time.

Akshay Kumar did almost a perfect job making us think why he doesn’t concentrate on only these type of roles. At each instance, he was stupendously delivering what exactly was required. Other actors were just above average but supported Akshay amazingly.

Neeraj Pandey’s direction was repetitive but repeating the feel of his earlier flicks like Wednesday and Special 26 will not bother anyone. A lot of hard work was sensed in both direction and cinematography that is really appreciative.

Background music was attempted with little success albeit it didn’t matter at all.

Overall it was a wonderfully directed thriller that will literally show what “on the edge of the seat” means.



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