Mission Majnu movie review: Weak story makes you miss Sidharth Malhotra’s Shershaah charm

Mission Majnu movie review

Sidharth Malhotra in kurta pyjama, with kohl-rimmed eyes, performs an R&AW agent in Pakistan who marries an innocent lady and utilizing her as a canopy in his mission to reveal a nuclear facility. Mission Majnu boasts of a winner plot that is excessive on patriotism and heroic deeds. It’s emotional, partaking and thrilling. However, the expertise is marred by too many straightforward coincidences and loopholes which might be exhausting to disregard. Forward of Republic Day, Director Shantanu Bagchi pays a tribute to all heroes who do not put on a uniform and sacrifice their lives for his or her motherland. Nevertheless, the story, collectively written by Aseem Arrora, Sumit Batheja and Parveez Shaikh, falters at a number of locations and does not let Mission Majnu hit exhausting.

Mission Majnu movie review
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Set within the ’70s, Mission Majnu narrates the story of Amandeep Ajitpal Singh disguised as Tariq (Sidharth), who’s sick of being referred to as the son of a traitor, however now needs to clear the identify for his mom. He’s on a covert mission in Pakistan to reveal a nuclear weapons program. He’s joined by two extra undercover Indian spies performed brilliantly by Sharib Hashmi and Kumud Mishra and it is their camaraderie that elevates the movie. Like every other spy-thriller, there is a love angle, this time with the visually impaired Nasreen (Rashmika Mandanna) who has no clue about his mission. Again residence in India, the federal government has modified and needs to fix their methods with Pakistan, but the R&AW chief (Parmeet Sethi) continues the mission together with his males within the neighbouring nation. There’s an excessive amount of chaos, confusion which results in a well-known climax but offers you goosebumps. On studying that a number of R&AW brokers reside in Pakistan, the shootout that follows killing nearly everybody on the radar is a somewhat well-shot sequence. Particular point out to the parts the place Kumud and Sharib’s characters are focused.

Sidharth leaves you with no complaints and is as soon as once more in high type, with a captivating onscreen presence. Full marks to the way in which he has picked the dialect and the way in which he emotes. Rashmika brings a freshness to the movie however does not have a lot to do. With restricted scenes, there’s not a lot you possibly can anticipate from her character to take ahead the story.

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