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Kaabil Movie Review



Kaabil Movie Review : On 25th January, the much awaited Hrithik Roshan starrer movie named Kaabil had hit the screens all over the world. It has been directed by Sanjay Gupta and produced by Rakesh Roshan. This revenge thriller has been written by Sanjay Masoom and Vijay Kumar Misra. The flick revolves around the character played by Hrithik Roshen, who is a blind guy named Rohan Bhatnakar. He meets a blind girl named Supriya Bhatnagar and marries her. Yami Gautham plays the character of Supriya. But some unfortunate incidents happens in their life which ends in the suiciding of Supriya and the film shows how the blind Rohan takes revenge on those who made his life a disaster.

Without any doubt we can say that director Sanjay Gupta was successful in delivering a great thriller which can make the audience entertained thoroughly. Even though the movies goes forward in a medium pace, it has all the elements in it to make the audience glued to their seats till the very end. The making was super cool even though the VFX could have been done better. Director gave importance to the emotional content and given it some more weightage over the element of thrill. Even after that, the movie proved to be quite thrilling. The interval punch was just stunning to say theleast as well.The performance of Hrithik Roshen as blind Rohan was the highlight of this movie, as he had given the career best performance of him through this movie. He looked innocent and at the same time remained intense in emotional scenes. He had portrayed the blind man very easily. Yami Gautham was also good as Supriya and she looked really cute. Other artists like Ronit Roy, Rohit Roy, Narendra Jha, Suresh Menon etc also did a fine job in the movie.

The technical side was good as well. Sudeep Chatterjee and Ayananka Bose had cranked the camera and they had provided some very good visuals. The color tone used in action sequences were superb. Music from Rajesh Roshan also very good and the background scoring was amazing too. Akiv Ali edited the movie. Even though the film does not have a great pace, the editor made it crisp and not let the flow to dip big.In Total, Kaabil is a very good revenge thriller which will never disappoint you. It will give you that which you expected from it and seems to be a sure shot success in box office.