Kaabil is Brilliant - Kaabil Movie Review By Critics
Here's the years much awaited film Kaabil's review by Critics, what they have to say on Hrithik and Yami's Kaabil.
While we will have to wait for one more day to watch Hrithik Roshan's Kaabil, here’s what our critics have to say about it.
Times Of India | Review By - Meena Iyer
Rating : 4/5Revenge is a dish best served blind is the message Kaabil serves up. Drawing inspiration from Hollywood’s Blind Fury (1989) with Rutger Hauer in the lead and even borrowing shades of the Korean super hit, Broken (2014), Sanjay Gupta gives you a Bollywood adaptation that is entertaining and effective.
The highlight of the film is Hrithik’s bravura performance.Yami provides the perfect foil, subtle and super-effective.
BollywoodHungama | Review By - Taran Adarsh
Rating : 4/5KAABIL never fails to involve and entertain the moviegoer and if I may say so, it contains enough worthy material to hold the moviegoer’s attention for most of its run time. The emotional component is well balanced with low-key humor, tension-filled moments, energetic action pieces [fist fights, shootouts, explosions] and of course, some razor-sharp and punch-packed dialogue in dramatic sequences [penned by Sanjay Masoomm]. In the end, it’s the emotional journey of the protagonist that acts as a hook and lingers in your memory.
On the whole, KAABIL is gripping, gut-wrenching and is likely to stay with you for a long time.
In a passionately scripted career, Hrithik has attempted to push boundaries as an actor and play rather difficult characters, often dealing with human infirmities—paraplegic in ‘Guzaarish’ (possibly his most under-rated film), man-child (‘Koi Mil Gaya’) etc. He brings the same sort of skill and earnestness to the role of an under-stated yet raging blind man, who can surely dance, even if briefly, although the music isn’t quite world-class.
MidDay | Review by Midday Team
BollywoodBubble | Review By - BB TeamThe film is an unique blend of romance, tragedy and thrill. The first half is filled with love in its most tender and innocent shape. How two individuals otherwise deprived of vision lighten up each other's lives is a heart-melting affair. The second half gets darker as it's more about Rohan outgrowing his capibilities and taking due revenge on the ones who killed his happiness in bud. Both are effectual in their own ways.
Review By - Umair Sandhu :Hrithik Roshan Steals the Show all the way. One of the Best Performance by him. An Award Worthy Performance by him. Yami Gautam is Fabulous. She looks fresh and photogenic and acts her part brilliantly. Ronit Roy & Rohit Roy, the villain, is first-rate. Good Performances by all supporting actors. On the whole, Kaabil is a winner all the way. Strongly Recommended to all of u.
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Directed by Sanjay Gupta and produced by Rakesh Roshan, Kaabil is a revenge drama and this is for the first time Hrithik and Yami Gautam will be seen romancing each other on the silver screen.
The film also features Ronit Roy, Rohit Roy, Narendra Jha, and Girish Kulkarni in prominent roles.
Cast : Hrithik Roshan, Yami Gautam, Ronit Roy, Rohit Roy
Director : Sanjay Gupta
Producer : Rakesh Roshan
Writer : Sanjay Masoom, Vijay Kumar Mishra
Music : Rajesh Roshan
Editor : Akiv Ali
Cinematography : Sudeep Chatterjee, Ayananka Bose
Production company : Filmkraft Productions Pvt. Ltd
Distributor : Filmkraft Productions Pvt. Ltd, B4U Motion Pictures