Director: Tinu Suresh Desai
Star Cast: Akshay Kumar, Esha Gupta, Ileana DCruz, Arjan Bajwa, Usha Nadkarni, Sachin Khedekar, Kumud Mishra, Pawan Malhotra
Akshay Kumar has proved his worth in yet again another uniform-clad performance with ease and passion. While the second half intrigues you more, the riveting plot manages to hook you up on your seats.
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- Akshay “Khiladi” Kumar in his most charming! With that uniform and looks to die for, you cannot afford to miss the movie.
- A big shout-out to the makers to choose a sensitive yet intellectual topic as the base for their plot.
- The beauty of 50’s is commendable in the movie.
- Akshay is typically demanding for your attention every time he is on-screen. The poise he has maintained while being shouted upon, interrogated and accused speaks for his character.
- Ileana D’Cruz looks lovely, and supports Akshay along with her character. P[erfect hair, perfect beauty, perfect tears!
- Pavan Malhotra, Brijendra Kala and Kumud Mishra have done an appreciating job.
- The movie exhibits cinematic liberties, and has some good twists and turns in their pocket.
- Esha Gupta has played smart with her agonistic face, and delivers a good deal.
- Music is grooving and heart-catchy, with “Tere Sang Yaara” being the USP!
- Rustom’s character is too sugar-coated and over-glamourized.
- Arjan Bajwa as Vikram Makhija is pretty uninspiring, and couldn’t impress even though being the 50’s heinous villains.
- The narrative seems to pull down during court-room dramas, as the director seems too busy Bollywood-ising Akshay’s character.
- Esha could do much more than pouting and smoking!
- At some point, romantic songs seems too pointless and intolerably tagged along the storyline.
- A little more crowd-pleasing conviction in the narrative could have done wonders for the movie.
Rustom is a must watch this Independence Day weekend. Watch it for Akki or to know the in-depths of Nanavati’s Case.