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Malang Movie Review
Drama | 2 hrs 14 mins
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Malang: The search for freedom and then peace.
Starts with getting back that bracelet!
The start straight takes us in the jail where Advait played by Aditya Roy Kapoor is exercising inside the jail. We enter the movie as he gets out of jail and kicks off everyone on his way. The camera follows us through and Aditya’s well-built body looks very spectacular. The tattoo behind his neck looks simply amazing.
Once he is out what all we see is him turning into a total serial killer. The plot is then set up in the city of Goa.
Agashe played by Anil Kapoor is the drug snorting cop acting very hippie and taking in a lot of drugs. At the karaoke bar, he kills the owner just because he has opened a family restaurant.
We are just left with many questions.
One thing we understand at the very beginning is that all the characters just hate having a family. And they hate it because something bad has happened with them all.
Anil Kapoor in his red-tinted glasses wears the Uniform of police without putting the buttons on. So easy pissy!
He feels that since the “Dil Chahta he” was shot here in Goa tabse Goa badal gaya.
Later, we are taken five years back when Sara played by Disha appears on the screen giving away her expensive iPad and phone to a beggar and boards her flight straight to Goa.
What?!! Doesn’t she have a bank account she would like to operate? Paisa kahase layegee?!! At least to buy that new one!!
She has no phone and no social media.
Damn, she is on total detox!!
Advait puts all the family photographs in the garbage truck and takes his backpack and he too reaches Goa.
(Is the answer behind every setback is Goa?)
Once they reach there, they happen to meet at a pub where they make out down under the ocean. Later, Advait is astonished knowing that she used him to untie that knot on her wristband which signifies that she has to overcome that fear and do everything she has never done before.
Which takes us into the spree of adventures like water sports, sky diving and so on and on. It just feels like humme bhi Karna hai!
Both of the actors get a chance to flaunt their bodies. Oh-so-wow! The music takes the movie narrative ahead.
Pills and pills and pills!
The football match is going on when Advait enters the stadium follows his target and throws him down from about 19 feet. That officer dies!
Thou’ Michael played by Kunal Khemmu is appearing super cool while working as a police officer and he has his own secrets.
One day to just shackle away his fear he gets to the Villa and there he finds Sara who is not the woman who is working as a sex worker. Michael doesn’t realize that and just messes up.
Advait arrives that very minute and breaks the door open to see that Michael is abusing Sara.
The twist happens when Advait & Sara reports the police which is followed by all the officers gathering and killing Sara with a high dose and Advait sees all of this.
When Disha gets that drug injected and is thrown down in water Eli Avram brings her back on the shore where she cries as disha has already lost loads of blood and miscarriage.
It appears a typical Mohit Suri movie where there are cute couples and are opening the knots and overcoming their fears. Amruta Khanwilkar also appears for a short while and has very minor time on screen. Why?
Kunal traces his wife’s Amruta Khanwilkar’s cellphone and gets to know that she is having an affair. While he is trying to kill her, Sara injects that killer dose and kills Michael.
The movie ends with Agashe’s dialogue and later receives another call from Sara. Will there be any sequel?
This movie is simply revenged for a mother who lost her child. Disha Patani looks stunning in this character and she is the character which gives us lots of things to remember accompanied by Aditya’s Dark and twisty character. It doesn’t matter even if he appears dark or romantic on screen he looks that handsome hunk.
Everyone in this movie is a killer. That’s it!
- Disha has got a good set of dialogues you need to listen with your heart open.
- Sculpted body of Aditya and him showing his dark and very romantic side.
- Mohit Suri fans this film works for you. There is snow, pro camera and a girl who wants to live her life to the fullest just the way Shraddha did in Ek villain.
- Good music!
- Vikas Sivaraman’s best cinematography.
- The story could have been better and a little more realistic.
- There is a bit of repetition in the theme and would have been much better.
Festeve Mantra gives this movie 3/5.
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