Amateurish acting, sloppy editing and average cinematography makes the film look more like a documentary. The one star is meant only for the debutantes and Mihit. Even if you have nothing much to do this weekend, try reading a book or catching up on your sleep. This movie is not meant for the faint-hearted.
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This one is a thriller inspired from real life incident and it doesn’t take too long to figure out which incident it is. The wafer thin plot loosely uses the Patidar agitation (that shook the state in 2015) as a background to tell a different story.
The self-righteous Devang (Priyankk), an idealistic college grad wants to join politics to improve the existing system only to realize that his dreams are too far-fetched. He begins as an RTI activist and wants to clean the system. During his political baptism, Devang makes plenty of enemies who want him dead. The film is a classic example of how caste based politics is used for selfish motives and the actual culprits walk free.
The leads Priyank and Anita Purswani try very hard to portray the right emotions on screen but their acting skills need a lot of polish. The mushy college scenes in the first half are shot well, unfortunately neither do those sequences give any relationship goals nor do you feel the romantic leads are actually involved with each other. Their chemistry is ice-cold. The unveiling of the plot should have been gradual so that there could have been a proper build-up to a nail-biting, edge-of-seat climax, but the director seemed to be in a rush to reveal everything on a platter too soon. The one man who single-handedly pulls the tepid script and film on his shoulders is Mihit Raval who plays the antagonist Vrajesh. The other supporting characters are sloppily sketched and hardly worth mention.
Amateurish acting, sloppy editing and average cinematography makes the film look more like a documentary. The one star is meant only for the debutants and Mihit. Even if you have nothing much to do this weekend, try reading a book or catching up on your sleep. This movie is not meant for the faint-hearted.