A story revolving around a dysfunctional family of 2 brothers who visit their family and discover that their parents marriage is on the verge of collapse,the family is undergoing a financial crunch and much more as the drama unfolds.
I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. The first half of the movie is a throwback to the 80's style of movie telling, almost straight out of Subhash Ghai type of stable, with the lead pair meeting in a train, some corny dialogues, rainfall followed by Song, heroine giggly, hero heady. It was almost a relief to just throwback to old times for a change. But, then the Action part comes on and from then it gets better, especially for all the action fans. The story is really not much to crow about and is basically an excuse for the action and fights. The good part is, it has been shot decently well. Tiger Shroff carries the movie on his own by his terrific flair for action and fights. It was refreshing to see a new face and a no- holds barred action actor after a long time. His uncanny resemblance to Jackie shroff evokes older Shroff's movies. Shradda Kapoor plays an ideal foil to make up the romantic pair. Her attempt at action though falls flat. The support cast are excellent, including the actor who plays the Martial arts teacher and the guy who plays the villain. Photography is terrific capturing the backwaters of Kerla to the the streets of Bangkok. Music is surprisingly good, including couple of hummable songs and a background score which is fitting to the action. Overall, a must watch for desi action fans.
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