A young lady traveling from Gwalior to Agra is kidnapped by four notorious criminals. This is the account of her struggle for survival. In writing and directing this, Nikhil Nagesh Bhat adopts a very conventional style. Everything about the story seems so cliched that it is obvious that the writer did not put any effort into it.

You don’t see anything positive about the deliberate chaos on TV since everything is always so predictable. Songs by Vishal Mishra only lengthen the experience. Even though they are stand-alone songs, their use in the movie accomplishes nothing. The BGM is also standard.


The cruelty with which the criminals break the female they take determines how surprising the story is, and none of their tactics are new enough to make you feel anything. This simply serves to highlight the need for more deference for films such as Anushka Sharma’s NH10. Anshuman Mahaley’s cinematography, which blindly revolves around the script’s conventional presentation, is nothing particularly noteworthy.

Sadly, Tara Sutaria’s opportunity to perform beyond her role as a flowerpot comes in the wrong movie. It’s simply better than her previous efforts, which isn’t a standard to match even for her, so this in no way indicates that she has arrived.

While the events provide a terrifying view into the immorality of the criminals, there are a few occasions where it seems like the brutality might have been toned down without sacrificing effect.

While the protagonist’s past provides some relief from the killing, a stronger track would have improved the plot as a whole. Still, the background score by Ketan Sodha heightens the drama in this scene.

This is just another endearing feature of the film. Rajpal Yadav has always had the cutest and most ridiculous avatars, but this time he goes all out to be threatening, which is quite a revelation. Abhishek Banerjee, who gained notoriety for comedic roles in films like Stree and Aaji, as well as for playing the manic Hathoda in Patal Lok, joins the actor.

Aaditya Gupta and Sumit Gulati also put up a fight against these exceptionally talented. Not to be overlooked is Tara Sutaria, who makes an impression by facing the monsters like a regular girl. In every moment of adversity, she excels and fully realizes her character journey.

Rating: 3/5

This film is undoubtedly for you if you’re searching for something that will excite, startle, and make you hold your breath. It meets all of these criteria. Taking into consideration each of these details, the movie received a rating of three stars out of five.

The Movie genre must also be at the top of their game to accurately portray a range of emotions and reactions. Be on the lookout for Apurva and one of the adversaries’ final confrontations.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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