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Soorma is the story of the triumph of the human spirit, about a player, who made headlines for his miraculous comeback after facing a near death experience through sheer determination, hard work and unrelenting passion for the sport.
The movie depicts a journey carried out from Bangalore to Kochi by two friends, the reserved Avinash played by Dulquer Salmaan, and his friend Shaukat played by Irrfan Khan with a lighter take on life, who pick up the chirpy teenager Mithila on the way.Written by
Digant Nayak 96
In 2017 Ronnie Screwvala revived the project with his new production house RSVP films and bought back Akarsh Khuarana to direct it with Irfan Khan and Abhishek Bachchan.Abhishek Bachchan later opted out of the film as his dates were clashing with J.P Dutta's Paltan which he was doing that time. See more »
This unusual and almost unthinkable storyline doesn't push you anytime to think it's another Bollywood masala movie. The direction was so crisp and clear it made the viewers hooked to the story from beginning till the end credits and made you connect with each of the characters. All the 3 lead artists have given amazing performances.
Dulqar has been given a great role where he can explore his wonderful acting spectrum which his Malayalam movie fans would already been exposed to.
Mitila has given a great performance which all the"Snapchat" generation would find it easy to connect to and has few similarities with the role in Muramba, a Marathi movie where she has similarly excelled. Fans of her who have been following her from her time in web series would be very proud of her!
But Irfan khan was the heart beat of this movie who again effortlessly holds the movie together and his comic timing is second to none. Cinematography made me remember and miss my road trip days in Karnataka and Kerala. Music was both sweet and soothing.
Only negative is small plot hole which i wouldn't like to reveal here.
If this movie was a dish, it would be a very satisfying Clear soup!
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