Kaabil Review: The most anticipated film of Sanjay Gupta’s directorial Kaabil has released worldwide in more than 1500 screens. The film features Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam in the lead roles, produced by his father Rakesh Roshan. Audience kept high expectation on the movie right from the first look and trailer were well received and the B-Town rated the film as the best opener of this year. Several celebs have appreciated the film and gave rave reviews after watching the film at special screening. To know, whether Kaabil satisfies audience or not, read the review of Kaabil Hindi film.
Kaabil Cast & Technicinas
Director: Sanjay Gupta
Producer: Rakesh Roshan
Writer: Sanjay Masoom, Vijay Kumar Mishra
Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Yami Gautam, Ronit Roy, Rohit Roy, Narendra Jha, Suresh Menon
Music: Rajesh Roshan
Cinematography: Sudeep Chatterjee, Ayananka Bose
Editor: Akiv Ali
Banner: Filmkraft Productions Pvt. Ltd
Distributor: Filmkraft Productions Pvt. Ltd, B4U Motion Pictures
Release date: 25 January 2017
Running time: 139 minutes
Censor: U/A Certificate
Budget: Rs. 350 Million
The movie deals with the story of a blind man avenging the murder of his blind wife. Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithik), aged 31, was a visually impaired dubbing artist. Just like others he wanted to lead a normal life where he works at day and nights at home. He meets Supriya Sharma (Yami), who was also visually impaired talented paintist. They get to know each other and they both fall for each other. Both discover happiness, passion and laughter.
Both feel that each other’s life and happiness is important for both of them. They get hitched and start a new life with full of joy and happiness. They light up each other’s dream and passion. When things go smooth, their life turns upside down, when Supriya was raped and killed by baddies Amit Shellar (Rohit Roy) and Wasim (Sahidur Rahman). They were both actors and are influential as well. Rohit, later, finds that police are playing blind man game that leaves him no choice of taking revenge over villains on his own.
The film throws light on the life of blind people and brings tears from your eyes with a beautiful message. The film is an adaptation of Hollywood’s Blind Fury (1989) and Korean super hit, Broken (2014) films, and Sanjay presents it with an amazing screenplay to suit the taste of Indian audiences.
The highlight of the film is the way it was presented, with an effective and efficient storytelling, which holds your attention till the end of the film. At first, Sanjay made sure to hold the audience, showing a beautiful dark world of Rohan and Supriya. With just a couple of scenes, he tells how passionate they are and how they love each other. Though they live in a dark world, the love between the couple has shown beautifully, until Rohan life is filled with complete darkness after his wife Supriys was raped by baddie friends.
Madhavrao Shellar (Ronit Roy), business manm the brother of Amit. He uses his influences and bribes the cops, played by Narendra Jha and Girish Kulkarni. The highlight of the film is Hrithik performance, vulnerable as a lover and menacing when he avenges. Yamini will be appreciated for her performance in the film. All artists have performed well in the film that has made the film gripping and engaging till the last. Technically, the film sounds good with a slick visuals and sounds. The screenplay sometime gets you to the edge of the seats, especially revenge scenes.
To sum up, Kaabil is gripping, gut-wrenching and is likely to stay with you for a long time. Must watch film!