Rustom Movie Review


Rustom movie cast: Akshay Kumar, Ileana D’Cruz, Esha Gupta, Arjan Bajwa

Rustom movie director: Tinu Suresh Desai

Rustom Music Director: Ankit Tiwari, Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Raghav Sachar

Plot and Storyline:

Akshay Kumar starrer Rustom blends both truth and fiction to create a cine adaptation of the thrilling 1959 instance of Commander K M Nanavati versus State of Maharashtra that shook the country and changed the substance of the Indian legal framework. For this situation, a maritime administrator Kawas Manekshaw Nanavati, a Parsi man, was attempted in court for killing his better half's sweetheart, Prem Ahuja. He had shot three projectiles from his administration pistol. He was announced not liable by the jury of the session court with 8-1 decision and was sans set notwithstanding when everybody knew he had submitted the homicide.

Film review

The individuals who won't think about the case would definitely need to go and give it a watch. Furthermore, Tinu Suresh Desai's directorial succeeds in giving an essential thought regarding notorious occurrence with a tight portrayal and keeps the substance in place with its charming story line. In any case, it neglects to furnish us with a high octane court show that was normal from the film.

Rustom Pavri (Akshay Kumar) an enthusiastic and genuine maritime authority, returns from his voyage to meet his better half Cynthia (Ileana D'Cruz) with whom he is cheerfully hitched. However, not long after he finds that his significant other is engaging in extramarital relations with a companion, Vikram Makhija (Arjan Bajwa) amid his nonappearance from home. In the wake of standing up to his better half, Rustom gets a firearm from the Navy arsenal, goes to his Vikram's home, shoots three rounds in his heart, drops him dead and surrenders himself to police conceding his wrongdoing. Vikram's sister Preeti Makhija (Esha Gupta) promises to rebuff Rustom for the homicide and the examination starts. The entire situation changes when Rustom argues not liable in the court.

The main portion of the motion picture rides high on setting the plot right without including any sort of drama which we typically witness in Bollywood films and takes after an unadulterated narrating with sharp altering. It tries to paint the 50s-60s time however comes up short wretchedly in doing as such because of awful CGI. Nonetheless, author Vipul K Rawal, an ex naval force officer, has made utilization of articles like maritime boats, vintage autos to offer realness to the film. The motion picture scales high after the interim giving numerous turns and turns amid the court procedures.

Akshay Kumar as a naval force officer has impact with conviction and keeps you stuck to your seats. Be that as it may, Akshay is missing a considerable amount in the main half as the chief picked to concentrate more on the story. Be that as it may, he assumes responsibility in the second half and sparkles in each edge. Ileana as his significant other backings him and looks delightful all through the film. Arjan Bajwa likewise wells with his part while Esha doesn't get enough space to showcase herself. Other supporting performers like Pawan Malhotra, who plays the examining officer, is right on target with his depiction and look persuading. Mukud Mishra as a newspaper head, Usha Nadkarni as Rustom's residential help likewise make their demonstration an effective one.

The film has numerous defects however it figures out how to keep you stuck to your seats. What's more, between all, Akshay Kumar at the end of the day stands tall and nails it with his demonstration.

For Latest Hindi News, Click Here