Everything is not bad. Cuttputlli manages to create suspense around the killings. The locations aid the story. Akshay Kumar as a performer does not falter. But that’s about it.
What you surely can’t deny is that the film projects opulence right from frame one. The money spent is visible and you are assured you are in for a larger-than-life spectacle.
If the intent is all that mattered, Jayeshbhai Jordaar would certainly have been one of the most remarkable films in recent times. It uses comedy, proven to be effective while dealing with social evils, to tell us what misogyny could lead us to
The one person who stands between “American and Armageddon”, as made abundantly clear by the officer in charge of the base. The hero is Capt JJ Collin, better known as JJ among friends. She is a fighter, someone who took down a top official who tried to molest her.
John Abraham had already tasted success as a super cop in Force. It is only natural that he seeks to up his game. And what better than a super-strong cop who could lift heavy bikes and throw them at goons? A super-soldier of course. Little wonder John Abraham is credited for the story of Attack, where he plays a Super Soldier!
Reading books to toddlers is a great way to introduce your kids to stories and the habit of reading. It is also a great tool to help children learn new words, improve their vocabulary, and even their reading comprehension. It is a great way to bond with them and teach them important skills they will need in life.
Had Heropanti 2 been released a few years back, it could have been a perfect motivational movie for me. Maybe my then boss could have even sponsored a ticket. Team development, you know. I could do with such levels of conviction even when I know what I am doing is absolutely stupid.
Hostage dramas are not new. And we have had multiple thrillers with a single man taking down terrorists – from Salman Khan starrer Tiger Zinda Hai to Vidyut Jammwal’s Sanak. The very theme of a superhero-like personality taking on armed terrorists is about breaking away from what could be believable…