Kaabil Movie Review – Hrithik’s Home Coming.. | Fillumdekho.com

Kaabil Movie Review – Hrithik’s Home Coming.. | Fillumdekho.com

Kaabil
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Film works only due to the extra efforts put in by Hrithik and Yami

Home Sweet Home is a famous line we all have used once in our life time. Hrithik Roshan would not be an exception as over the year it has been proved how comfortable he is when working with his home production. Be it Kahi na pyaar hai, Koi mil gaya and many more.

Now adding Kaabil to the list.

Where other production house want to use Hrithik’s greek god looks to make money(which often fail miserably at the box office), His father Rakesh Roshan bein an actor himself understands that only looks don’t make a great actor and that is the reason he casts him into challenging roles over and over again.

Hrithik being an actor he is , understands his father expectation as well and deliver each time around , Kaabil is one such example where you would see an actor making a genuine effort for audience to believe that he is more than just damn good looks.

The story as expected from the trailer revolved arround two people who cannot see and their struggle. A good one time story with few unnecessary dance sequences(But then you can’t keep Hrithik away from dance routines too much). Yami Gautam has played a great supporting role and looked in sync with her role. She is one underrated actress in bollywood with the looks and skills she posses if she would have been a Kapoor there would be offers pouring in.

The film was equally supported by Rohit Roy,Narendra Jha and Girish Kulkarni. I have intentionally excluded Ronit Roy from the list because even so he always impressed me as an actor from his days as main lead in Jaan Tere Naam , this time in Kaabil he started all strong and cruel as a villian but his chatacter lost direction as the story progressed. The Story had ample twist and turns for the audiences to be glued on the screen , good one liners to look for and some nasty fight sequences.

All in all a great entertainer and a one time watch for someone who is confused between Raees and Kaabil. My two cents are for Kaabil because we know what happens when one just wants to be “Raees” and without being “Kaabil”.

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