Movie Review / Story of the investigation of common perception on police and religious terror ~ Ikhabrinews

Movie Review / Story of the investigation of common perception on police and religious terror

Rating 3.5 / 5 StarcastJohn Abraham, Mrinal Thakur, Ravi Kishan, Rajesh Sharma and Kranti Prakash Jhanidarkanikhil Advani


 Bhushan Kumar, Divya Kumar Khosla, Krishna Kumar, Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani, John Abraham and Sandeep Legale

 Generation Action TrillRespeaker Kohli, Tanishq Bagchi, Ankit Tiwari, Stereo Nation, John Slavet Eduary Duration 146 minutes

 Bollywood desk.  Needless to say that this film is inspired by the encounter.  Writer Ritesh Shah and director Nikhil Advani have expressed their thinking and understanding keeping it within that scope.

 The film is a take on the perception of the police and the common people about terror in the name of religion.  The protagonist of the film is ACP Sanjay Kumar.  His wife Nandita is a TV anchor.  The story of the film has been fabricated on the Indian Mujahideen's module in India in the film.  After the Batla House encounter, the internal inquiry that took place on the special cell of Delhi Police is also in the film.  The character of Sanjay Kumar is inspired by the journey of the Delhi Police DCP Sanjeev Yadav.

 The full story of Batla House

Sanjay Kumar, with the help of his team officers KK Verma, Jitendra Kumar, and others, goes to Dabla Batla House to capture the masterminds of the serial blasts in Delhi and other cities.  Adil, Dilshad, and Tufail hide there.  Things become such that KK and the police team have to shoot.  Adil dies in that fire.  Tufail is caught by the police and Dilshad escapes to his hometown.

 Tufail justifies the actions of the Indian Mujahideen in the police's informal inquiry.  Meanwhile, the police come under attack from the media and human rights organizations.  Everyone starts questioning that the encounter is fake.  Three innocent youths have been implicated in the case of willful bomb blasts in the name of religion.  From here, an investigation begins on the people who are accused in the name of religion and the action taken on them.

 Writer Ritesh Shah had earlier given a sad story to the fans of cinema as 'Pink'.  Then this debate also stated that the meaning of girls is neither mean nor there is no yes hidden in them.  It is reported here that the view of terror from the perspective of religion is wrong.  The casting of the film actors remains very disciplined in terms of their temperament and tone.

 In the role of Sanjay Kumar, John Abraham has not allowed the character to become larger than life.  Nikhil Advani has given full space to Tufail-turned-Alok Pandey.  Kranti Prakash Jha, who became Adil Amin, has made a strong payment.  Shahidur Rahman has tried to remain loyal to Dilshad's character.  Ravi Kishan in the role of Nandita became Mrinal Thakur, KK and Manish Chaudhary, John Abraham senior, but they all have done justice to their presence.

 On the one hand, on the one hand, Hindi cinema has an ultra-realistic Black Friday film on the side of terrorists and on the other side, there are films like Talwar in the commercial space.  Batla House is seen making space between these two films in terms of its characterization, location, and treatment.  It would have been better if Nora Fatehi had no item number in the middle of the film.

 Terrorism is not associated with a particular religion, it would have been investigated more deeply.  Yet John Abraham, Ritesh Shah, Nikhil Advani deserve the praise that at a time when audiences are taking care of India and their achievements, they have tried to bring the flaw of the system to rest.  The editing of the film is quite strict, despite being 146 minutes, the film does not feel long.  At a steady pace, she reaches her conclusion.
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