The mix of Mukkabaazi and Dialoguebaazi deliver a knockout punch!
Sports as we know is the new flavour n Bollywood. Biopic or inspired films are the flavour’s main ingredient.
But this film is more than that. It’s real and not a glorified version of an account (true or not).
And the realism in the film is achieved by both the vision of the makers and putting that vision into action by the actors.
Watch it If you like -
The treatment to the film is an instant connect, Performances are fab, Dialogues are super spontaneous and fun
But Beware of -
Pace and length of the film tried a lot to dampen the impact of this Mukkabaazi
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Simplicity is the key. The treatment by the makers, the first time exceptional duo of director-producer, Anurag Kashyap-Anand L Rai, is an instant connect. It’s simple and realistic. It’s unembellished and next door which is the best thing about the movie.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
A boxer trying to prove his talent, a story set in an area in UP where nothing but the power of local don works.
The local UP lingo, the thing with this language is it’s different yet understandable, it’s seems normal and yet it’s quirky and funny. Now this may seem a little overboard in the film, but at the same time this very lingo maintains humour and interest in the movie.
The script by Anurag Kashyap, Vineet Kumar Singh, Mukti Singh Srinet, K.D.Satyam, Ranjan Chandel and Prasoon Mishra is very commonplace, but yet has something different about it. Even with a slow pace and long movie length, every scene, no matter how unnecessary a scene might seem, almost every bit had something to tell.
Mukkebaazi with a dose of action, politics, romance, emotions and dialoguebaazi make one tied to the film till the end. Thought the post interval has unpredictable to offer but all these made it worth the while.
Every scene with Vineet Kumar Singh lets us know the hard work this actor has put in, literally every scene. He is like a hidden gem in the industry. His mukkebaazi has hit us in the right place,
Zoya Hussain as Sunaina is a breath of fresh air, so charming and natural in her performance.
Jimmy Sheirgill lights fires it up again, the look on his face is enough to terrify the hell out of you, and when this amazing actor delivered, we were just stunned by his performance.
Ravi Kishan in a subdued role has a good part to play and acted nicely.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Rachita Arora, the music director and Prashant Pillai’s backdrop score is interesting. Though except Nucleya’s Paintra which is simply befitting in the film, other songs just added more length to the film, but their placement was accurate, that’s Anurag Kashyap’s one fine trait.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
We know the distinctiveness Anurag Kashyap films have. This one is yet another of the film makers great works but with a higher degree twist of entertainment.
A high on energy and good watch!