Movie Review: Madaari

MadaariSpoilt Making, Performance Appreciable

Releasing alongside Rajinikanth’s Kabali was Irrfan Khan’s Madaari. The movie which somewhat resembles A Wednesday deals with political thriller drama.

Nirmal Kumar, who has been into a trauma, wants to understand the bureaucrats and government officials the action work they are supposed to do. He determines to take revenge on the people responsible for his losses. Finally, he commits it. He plans to kidnap the son of the Home Minister Prashant Goswami.

Nirmal becomes successful in abducting Rohan, the only son of the minister. He doesn’t demand any ransom amount. What is his motive in kidnapping the child? What is the trauma he has gone through?

Director: Nishikant Kamat

Cast: Irrfan Khan, Jimmy Shergill, Tushar Dalvi, Vishesh Bansal

Favour Candy: Irrfan Khan, as usual, gives a wonderful performance in this average movie by Nishikant.Madaari Still His performance as a kidnapper is commendable while his co-star Jimmy Shergill, who is seen playing the cop, is too appreciable. Vishesh Bansal, who is seen as the son of the home minister, has given an awesome performance alongside Irrfan.

Sinners in the Movie: After giving a blockbuster film like Drishyam, expectations were high from Nishikant Kamat for the film Madaari. As expected from his earlier movies, Kamat has failed to impress the audience with his direction and storytelling in this movie. The screenplay and plot are very unconvincing.

Upbeat or Not? If you like watching performances, especially of Irrfan Khan, then this is worth the watch for you.

Stars out of 5: 2.5 stars out of 5

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