sDirector: Mozez Singh
Actors: Vicky Kaushal, Manish Chaudhary, Sarah-Jane Dias
Rating: 2 / 5
This movie did all to gain the popularity from last year’s heart-warming script and performances of Masaan. But the hurry-ness in showing a surge of emotions didn’t allow the script to speak for itself. This can also be summarized in a way if we say that plot itself was weak. It’s a decently made film, but some looseness in every direction catches the sheen away. It had many different plot lines and hence the story line itself was confused as in how and where to align all these blocks.
Vicky Kaushal’s innocence rules again throughout. He acted his disability in a very natural way. Although it was not a great performance but certainly was a decent one. Sarah-Jane Dias was a big let down. I had lots of expectations from her, especially after Angry Indian Goddesses. I had started thinking that she’s underrated in this industry. She has to put some real efforts to gain any amount of popularity now. Manish Chaudhary as a businessman was wonderful. As always his visual appeal and body language was perfect.
Mozez Singh debut looked more a copy of a well-directed movie of this type. He didn’t really do full justice to get all the pieces together. May be he needs a good mentor and some training if he has to produce a good directorial piece.
The background musical score is very dramatic which would’ve worked if the script seemed strong. But as with everything else, the looseness throttled the glaze here as well.
Overall, a weak plot and a loose execution that throttled the whole grace.