Dhaakad Movie Review

Dhaakad Movie Review: Dhaakad of a brutal secret agent Dhaakad story is Agent Agni (Kangana Ranaut) is an orphan whose parents were killed by an assassin when she was a child. She is then raised by a man (Saswata Chatterjee), who works for the ITF, the agency responsible for the country’s security.

Agni transforms into a rogue agent and is sent to Budapest to obtain information about a human trafficking racket. According to the information collected by him, the mastermind of this racket is Rudraveer (Arjun Rampal) and his partner Rohini (Divya Dutta). Rudraveer is a mysterious character who operates from the Sohagpur Coal Field near Bhopal, India.

Dhaakad Movie Review

Till date no one has been able to prove his connection with prostitution. Agni is sent to collect information about Rudraveer so that he can be apprehended. Agni at first hesitates to go to India because it is here that her parents died. Still, she moves on, without realizing that she is going to face the toughest opponent of her career.

Will have to watch the full movie for what happens next. The story is cliche. The screenplay by Raazi Ghai and Rajeev G Menon (additional screenplay by Ritesh Shah) is the film’s biggest culprit. There is no point in writing and many questions remain unanswered. Ritesh Shah’s dialogues are heavy-handed and philosophical but do not produce the desired effect. Rajneesh ‘Raazi’ Ghai’s direction is very poor.

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He has shot the film very well. Due to which the film looks quite stylish. Some scenes are also executed well like Agni’s wrestling fight, Agni as a fashion designer Amina etc. However, most of the scenes fail to captivate as his soul is missing from these scenes. Some of the action and plot points have been lifted from Hollywood movies and also, there is a lot of action in the film.

There is no scope for drama or humor and as a result, it does not give an entertaining feel. The biggest drawback of the director is that he does not explain things to the audience. The twist in the story in the climax is unexpected but the audience never gets to know the reason behind it. When it comes to action sequences, Kangana Ranaut delivers a decent performance.

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However, the script disappointed him as the writing turned his character into an unidimensional one. Arjun Rampal tries hard to be cool but fails. His dialogues are difficult to understand. Divya Dutta looks dangerous and performs well. Shashwat Chatterjee is decent. Sharib Hashmi (Fazal) is fine.

Dishita Jain (Zaira) is adorable. Ravinder Awana (Khalid) and Daniel Victor Negi (Sheikh) are fine. The songs are depressing and not at all like one that should normally be hummed. The title song and ‘Nomination’ have been shot well. ‘So Ja Re’ is sweet but played several times in the film.

Dhruv Ghanekar’s background score is superb. Tetsuo Nagata’s cinematography is superb in action and long shots. The film looks quite stylish thanks to the camerawork. The actions of See Young Oh, Hitz International Action Specialist and Parvez Shaikh are bloody at times but are handled very well.

The production design is rich by Jyoti Tulsyan and Shravan Ravikant Patil. Sheetal Iqbal Sharma’s costumes are quite glamorous, especially those worn by Kangana and Divya. Futureworks Media’s VFX is fine. The editing of Rameshwar S Bhagat is nothing special. Overall, there is no entertainment value in Dhaakad which it fails to impress. The film will not be liked at the box office due to stiff competition, lack of adult certification and story.

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