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Times of India
Watch Black if you relish action-crime movies. But this one's not for the faint-hearted.
Kushal chakraborty, an honest police officer is framed in a black money racket by part-time businessman and full time gangster Samrat Sarkar and imprisoned, leaving his son in the hands of good friend Anwar (Kharaj Mukherjee). His image is maligned and he commits suicide in custody. His son Bullet (Soham) swears revenge for his father's death. Raja Chanda's Black has everything — a hero and his pretty girlfriend, a merciless villain, high-octane confrontations, corrupt police officers and henchmen who'd kill or die at the drop of a hat. What it lacks, is a strong storyline. In the end, it's all cat and mouse. It tries to be a lot of films at the same time — Dabbang, A Wednesday and Ghajini spring to mind — but ends up being nothing but an exaggerated action-drama with an abundance of punches and punchlines. The film drags in the second half as Bullet keeps attempting at revenge and his efforts are foiled by Samrat and his gang.
Soham, as Bullet, is an able actor and oscillates between a romantic lover and a vengeful hero with effortless ease. Mim, as Tina, has little to do in the film but lights up the screen with her presence. Ashish Vidyarthi as the fearless encounter specialist, Biru Pandey, does a commendable job. Kharaj Mukherjee and Rajatava Dutta who play the pivotal characters in the movie, do justice to their roles.
Despite the flaws, Black will stay with you. Watch it if you relish action-crime movies. But this one's not for the faint-hearted.