Monday, 19 March 2018

Raid Movie Review: Ajay Devgn Nails It In This Hard-Hitting Reality Movie

Raid Movie Review: Ajay Devgn Nails It In This Hard-Hitting Reality Movie
Ajay Devgn has always been a stunner on the big screens where he has played some serious characters in movies like Singham, Badshaho, Once Upon A Time In Mumbai and many more. The actor is back with the movie Raid which is based on the true events set in 1981. The movie is crisp and entertaining which keeps you intrigued with power-packed performances of the star cast.

Ajay Devgn, who plays the role of Amay Patnaik, an honest income tax office migrates to Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh with his wife Malini played by Ileana D’cruz. After getting a tip, Amay carries out the longest raid at the mansion of the most powerful and corrupt politician Tauji played by Saurabh Shukla.

Rajkumar Gupta, the director creates an interesting chase between the hero and the villain. The first half of the movie is quite interesting while the second half is slightly dragged. However, the powerful and engaging dialogues make it worth a watch. It is a complete a male-centric film and the director has stuck to it and not given Ileana unnecessary attention to steal the thunder from Ajay’s character.
The film is shot beautifully shot at the exotic locations of Lucknow city. Ajay’s heroic act towards the climax is definitely to look for. Ileana being targeted by the army of the villain which is obvious in this hide and seek.

Ajay who is known to speak through his eyes creates magic onscreen through his intense acting. He is one of the most brilliant actors of our country. Saurabh Shukla also shines out as a villain in the movie. Talking about Ileana, her beauty has outshined in her mesmerizing sarees. Amit Sial is noticeable in his pivotal character role. He creates his own space while sharing the screen with Ajay and Saurabh.

Raid was a solo release this week and is sure shot a winner and definitely worth a watch. The movie surely deserves 3.5 stars.
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