Had there been no cinema, then this SharmaJiKaLadka would have died long ago. Out of food, sex and cinema this guy would always choose Cinema even if he would die virgin due to starvation.
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Bollywood has at last embraced the evolution of cinema, aligning itself with the likes of Hollywood. While it has covered a wide range of genres from romance to comedy, it’s now venturing into the realm of slick action akin to the Marvel and DC universes. Atlee, with his proven track record, is the ideal choice to lead this endeavor with “JAWAN.”
“JAWAN” is a cinematic experience brimming with action and drama. It can b called as quintessential South Indian blockbuster script enriched by the charisma and intensity of the nation’s biggest star, Shah Rukh Khan. It is poised to shatter previous box office records, both domestically and internationally. The film caters to the nostalgia of 90s kids who idolize SRK, as well as the present generation influenced by the high standards set by Hollywood, particularly in the realm of polished and stylish action sequences.
The narrative of “JAWAN” unfolds intricately, revealing shades of anti-heroism in SRK’s character Azad soon after the first action-packed scene. The screenplay peels away layers like an onion, each character carrying a history that adds depth to the emotional resonance of the story. Atlee skillfully blends this emotional drama with breathtaking action sequences executed by the finest talents in Indian cinema, including SRK, Nayanthara, and Vijay Sethupati, complemented by the stellar support of Deepika Padukone, Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, Sanjay Dutt, Sunil Grover, and others. Atlee’s adept use of surprises, both in characters and plot, turns the movie into joyride.
The only weak link in the film lies in its music, which failed to gain much traction due to its mediocre score. Randomly inserted songs disrupt the viewing experience. On the other hand, the background score stands out as one of the film’s strongest assets, elevating it to another level entirely.
In terms of performances, SRK, following “Pathan,” once again steps into the shoes of a formidable, menacing character and excels even further. The decision to replace him in “DON 3” seems like a missed opportunity by the makers. Nayanthara lives up to her title of a lady superstar, especially in her action sequences, while Sethupati embodies the role of “Kaali” with precision. The supporting cast fulfills their roles impeccably.
The narrative and screenplay draw inspiration from various sources, including “Aakhari Rashta,” the Spanish Netflix thriller “Money Heist,” and even some of Atlee’s own previous works. The storytelling is succinct and keeps the audience engrossed throughout.
In summation, “JAWAN” is a film that demands to be seen. It signifies Bollywood’s step into a new era, delivering a potent blend of action, emotion, and top-tier performances that make it a must-watch for audiences of all tastes.
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