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Angaar

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15 Jan, 2016 2 hrs 10 mins A
Om, Jolly, Rajatava Dutta, Ashish Vidyarthi, Amit Hasan, Tiger Robi, Kharaj Mukherjee, Ahmed Sharif
Om, Jolly, Rajatava Dutta, Ashish Vidyarthi, Amit Hasan, Tiger Robi, Kharaj Mukherjee, Ahmed Sharif
Wajed Ali Sumon, Nehal Dutta
2.5
2.5
Synopsis
In average, the film has it all. And yet, it fails to register on the audience’s mind.
2.5
2.5
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
In average, the film has it all. And yet, it fails to register on the audience's mind.

In average, the film has it all. And yet, it fails to register on the audience's mind. 45 minutes into it, a voice inside your head goes, "I know where this is going. So, just get it over with. Average screenplay, average camera work, average dialogues, cliched story... when all that is punched with OTT comedy, OTT ronadhona and OTT dream sequences, where was it supposed to go anyway?

Surjo Mondal and Swapan Sarkar, two mafia lords, have been warring over the control of a small village somewhere along the border of India and Bangladesh, for 18 long years. Everything is going just as planned with cars flying and men dying at regular interval. But then, Surjo's best henchman, Bishu, falls in love. It's a signature Rohit Shetty film, but for the fact that it's not Rohit Shetty's. It's hard, however, to tell the difference. There's violence, and truckloads of it at that. There are long queues of cars whose perfect synchronization gives us the impression that there must be a choreography class going on for four-wheelers somewhere. There's the big-hearted hero, who kills even before the orders are out of his master's mouth. And there's the pretty heroine, who, predictably enough, tries to wean the hero away from this life of violence. Oh, and how can we forget the hyena-esque laughter, an attempt at comedy and garbled tearful howls, aimed at tragic interludes.

In average, the film has it all. And yet, it fails to register on the audience's mind. 45 minutes into it, a voice inside your head goes, "I know where this is going. So, just get it over with." Average screenplay, average camera work, average dialogues, cliched story... when all that is punched with OTT comedy, OTT ronadhona and OTT dream sequences, where was it supposed to go anyway? If you have a thing for violence, the intensity with which the thugs cut each other's throats might elicit some sadistic satisfaction, but that's about it. A lot of good actors, wasted. And yes, good actors they are. Rajatava Dutta, Ashish Vidyarthi, Kharaj Mukherjee, all of them do justice to the roles, but not vice versa. Om, who has already proven his worth as an actor in his previous films, has definitely gotten better. The find, however, is Jolly, who surprises, albeit pleasantly.

Once out of the hall, the only thing that you might wanna recall are Kharaj Mukherjee's witty one-liners. Exempli gratia: Ghore nei noon, chheler naam Mithoon!
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