Thursday 4 August 2016

Applauds for Movie 'Madaari'

Concluding a hectic week watching an interesting movie is one of the best plan one can execute. And when the new releases include one Irrfan starrer, I don't even need to look for the options. Same I did this weekend to book my tickets for 'Madaari' and got sank in my seats to admire one of the best actors that our country has.

Movie Cast: Irrfan, Vishesh Bansal, Jimmy Shergill, Tushar Dalvi, Nitesh Pandey
Director: Nishikant Kamat
My prime reason to watch #Madaari was not to critically analyse the plot of the movie, but to applaud for a strong character who makes us resonate for a 'reason' against which everyone has some grudges in their heart.

The movie targets the most conventional issue i.e. Corruption that is ailing our system since ages. Irrfan, playing the lead role of Nirmal Kumar, fatelessly falls victim of the corrupt system and loses his motherless son due to negligence of the system. The affectionate father turns into revengeful common man who targets the home minister by kidnapping his son to make his agony felt by the top politician.

As expected, the ace actor has shown vivid shades of his acting skills and has brought alive the feelings that mirror an ordinary individual. Not only Irrfan's impactful performance keeps you intrigued throughout, but other supporting actors including Jimmy Shergill (as the investigating officer), Vishesh (Irrfan's son) and Tushar Dalvi (politician) have done absolutely commendable job that makes the movie worth a watch for family audiences.
The director has quite judiciously allowed the characters to show their creative streaks in the best possible engagement. The movie with cutting-edge performance, awakens the large chunks of Indian audience to take a stand against corruption and remain aware & rightful.

Overall, the mood of the subject taken in the movie is an eye-opener and well-intentioned. I couldn't point out any discrepancies in the movie (and yes! do not expect sassy dancing drama performed by a gorgeous beauty in this movie tackling a serious issue). I give a thumbs up for the effort by entire team to frame the concrete script for big screen and putting up an engaging show.

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