Movie Review: No Rush in this Surgical Strike, See How Many Stars Got India's Most Wanted

You must remember that incident when Shahrukh Khan was stopped at an airport in the US and he was questioned for a long time. Director Rajkumar Gupta has made a 123-minute film by catching the end of the same event, India's Most Wanted.

At that time, all the names used by Yasin Bhatkal to hide his identity in the country, Shahrukh Khan also had a name. And, it was a rude act of actor Shah Rukh Khan. This Yasin is built on the mission of catching Bhatkal, India's Most Wanted. It would be more appropriate to call a documented rather than a film because the film is in the same style. Why, why and where the film fails to give up its impact, read further.

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From a directive point of view, the film India's most wanted country tells one important story. This is the story of the time when terrorists were not afraid of the Modi Government. The officers of Delhi used to be involved in Lalftishahi and nothing worked.

This blast story begins with the Pune bomb blasts. Rajkumar Gupta has picked up the story, but the film is worth making, it lacks all the things. Rajkumar has made five films till date and his script runs on such a fine rope that the audience becomes cobbler when there is a slight disturbance.

India's most wanted story is an intelligence officer whose network is awesome. He turns on a confidential mission to catch a terrorist. It is a matter of fact that the mission is confidential, this thing has been explained to her companions so many times that there is a doubt about the mission being confidential.

Delhi does not permit this mission, but a senior who understands the capabilities of the officer gives its green signal. The film has been repeatedly promoted as a surgical strike without weapons, but the film gets loose after visiting Nepal.

The film is the weakest episode of India's Most Wanted, Arjun Kapoor's choice as a script and hero. All the things in the film are repeated so many times that the audience starts to feel over their chair.

The film should have a graph, but here the case goes on a straight line that when Climax should also come and when the movie is over, it can not be known. The error of John Abraham's Romeo Akbar Walter has been repeated here too, and it is that the hero does not do any such work at the end that his Hirogiri appears on the screen. No one has got the time to understand Between the Lines in this country.

In the case of the actress, the entire film has been placed on the shoulders and the elastic legs of Arjun Kapoor. And, there is never so much responsibility for Arjun Kapoor. She stuck in close up and wanders in long shots. His set pattern of communicating payout is a pattern and he does not get into such sensitive roles. Even on the phone when he speaks of patriotism, he looks strange. Yes, Rajesh Sharma was successful in making his mark again.

To do the rest, Rajkumar Gupta did not have any special thought. Dudley's cinematography is not effective in India's most wanted, nor has Amit Trivedi been able to create something that can be remembered after leaving the cinema hall. Technically this movie is also less than the average. If you are fond of movies with intelligence, and you have hoped for a suspense thriller from India's Most Wanted, then the film can disappoint you.

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