The reality to why Ittefaq will impress lies in the high dose of involvement
Who doesn’t want a movie outing where you can slowly much on your snacks and may be your finger because the suspense in the film has captured you thoroughly.
This genre is rare. What’s rarer is good films in this genre.
In Haqiqat, Ittefaq has hit that thrilling chord. And that can be owed to the involving power the film has.
All you thriller lovers out there, your search has some answer.
Watch it If you like -
Akshaye Khanna is the best part about the film, Of course the next comes the genre that has some humor and some shockers
But Beware of -
Few glitches make one question the whole film but then those can be ignored
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Thrillers generally have a two-way street. One is to make it confusing, the other is to make the storytelling strong. Director Abhay Chopra opts for the second.
This debut director knew how to polish the movie more, he made friends with crispness and storytelling, and made us follow the tracks of gem of an actor Akshaye Khanna, someone who would convince us and make us familiar with the murders with his supreme acting.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
No spoilers or hints coming up. But we must tell you how the script faired.
It was more crisp and taut in the first half. The second half turned out to be with flaws.
The intrigue and involvement is there throughout but that eyes-and-ears-glued-to-the-screen factor is missing.
One is convinced with everything in the film until the end. The climax is run-off-the-mill and not as surprising as one would expect. Both predictability and lack of shock value join the film and brings down the thrill quotient.
Nevertheless, the movie is a good thriller and thirst quencher to have come out in a long time.
Sidharth Malhotra’s second-best performance after Hasee Toh Phasee. He is convincing, believable and handsome throughout, even when he has a scarred face. Sonakshi Sinha with that wickedly innocent look on her face does full justice to her role.
And the best of all, Akshaye Khanna, someone please tell him to do more movies. Like please. The way he pulled off his role as a cop with a witty side that only an actor like him could deliver, is tremendous. Honestly, the film wouldn’t have been so engaging.
Prasthabhumi Sangeet (Background Music)
No song, that’s what we expected. Background score complements the film and builds up more surge.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
It isn’t shocking but it sure keeps you thinking and guessing. May be not the wowest whodunit but for sure a film we have been waiting for!
P. S. When a police cop asks for a flight to be cancelled, it gets cancelled, no if’s and but’s.