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Ram falls in love with Sona, who lives on the fields of Punjab. He follows her to her farm, where her elder brother challenges him to produce more seed on their fields. If he wins, he will be allowed to marry her.
A truly honest police officer is transferred to a town controlled by a gangster he has humiliated. The gangster believes he can use good power to bring down this officer who made him look foolish and weak.
All fight scenes are shot without the use of cables or harness except the valley scene. See more »
When Vidhyut & Pooja jump off the bridge, the villain group are seen shooting directly where they fell. But in the next scene from top, they seem to be shooting in the air directly in front of them. See more »
German version was heavily cut (ca. 23 minutes) to remove all dance sequences. Additionally some violence was trimmed. See more »
Dilip Ghosh's 'Commando' is Kick-Ass! Lead Star Vidyut Jamwal is one hell of an action-hero & he executes each & every stunt effortlessly. He single handedly makes this film work!
'Commando' Synopsis: A condemned Commando protects an innocent girl from a feared politician.
'Commando' is the same old story of the Good versus the Bad. Its been witnessed on the screen umpteen times, but what makes 'Commando' worth watching, is the Raw & Brutal Action it offers. The Action is amongst the best I've seen in a long, long time. The Screenplay clearly highlights Action. Dilip Ghosh's Direction is atmospheric, while the Cinematography captures the wildness accurately.
Performance-Wise: Jamwal steals 'Commando'. He's highly efficient in the Action-Scenes! Pooja Chopra looks sweet & delivers a very confident performance. Jaideep Ahlawat plays the twisted antagonist, most convincingly. Darshan Jariwala is adequate.
On the whole, 'Commando' shouldn't be missed by the Fanboys of Action-Orinted Cinema.
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