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A mistaken delivery in Mumbai's famously efficient lunchbox delivery system connects a young housewife to an older man in the dusk of his life as they build a fantasy world together through notes in the lunchbox.
'Madaari' is the story of a common man who sets out to avenge the death of his son caused by rampant corruption in the government. Losing the only family he had brings him to kidnap the home minister's son and bring those responsible to justice.Written by
Keith Francis Bacon
Roshan (Vishesh Bansal) has played harshu superb character in the yeh hai meri family TVF series. See more »
The Hawk swooped on the prey and carried it away... Story sounds believable, but you don't like to hear it... The prey then attacked the hawk. Sounds unbelievable, but is so pleasing to hear.
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Madaari is Irrfan Khan and Irrfan Khan is Madaari !
It's a gem of a movie, largely carried on by Irrfan Khan and an expressive chunk of kid (Vishesh Bansal) & grit of Jimmy Shergill (he is wasted though). The depiction of Father-Son relation is directed beautifully ...u can actually fall for them
In here Irrfan doesn't try to be the one man army fighting against the system unlike almost all vigilante justice movie, instead he lets the situation, grief and purpose drive the movie with his exceptional acting (among the best v have seen) especially the post- accident hospital sequence is gut wrenching. The dialogues carry punch and tears apart our psyche.
Nishikant Kamath's best direction after Mumbai Meri Jaan, though the movie falls short at some instances but they are well overlapped by Irrfan Khan's brilliance
If you loved A Wednesday u will admire Madaari
P.S: it is a shame that such movie will hardly gather 10% of what BRAINLESS movies earn this days... no doubt we are living in denial !!!
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