Writer-Director Milap Milan Zaveri, who has given last year solid hit ‘Satyameva Jayate’, is came up with ‘Marjaavaan’ this time. ‘Marjaavaan’ is typical 90’s masala action romantic film but director Milap Zaveri lacks this time. He topped this love-revenge tale with few solid dialogues and music but rest of the things are missing.
Plot: Raghu (Sidharth Malhotra) is right hand of Mumbai’s don Anna (Nassar) and does all the wrong things to maintain Anna’s Hooliganism. Anna has a son Vishnu (Riteish Deshmukh), who feels jealous of Raghu due to his father’s love for Raghu. A Kashmiri girl Zoya (Tara Sutaria) comes to the town for finding some talent of his Kashmiri singing talent platform. Raghu and Zoya falls in love with each other and Vishnu came to know about this love story. He trapped against the love birds and forced Raghu to kill his love Zoya. Now Raghu has to take INTEQAAM from Vishnu but where, when and how is the climax.
Screenplay: ‘Marjaavaan’ screenplay is fine but due to weak direction and this traditional story it seems poor.
Sidharth Malhotra as Raghu has done a good job but this work of him won’t get him any credit.
Tara Sutaria as Zoya makes her mark and specially with the sign language she has done is outstanding.
Riteish Deshmukh as Vishnu is very good and shows his villainous moments.
Rakul Preet Singh as Aarzoo has an extended cameo and doesn’t get figured out.
Direction: Milap Milan Zaveri has proven himself as Masala king for his work in John Abraham’s ‘Satyameva Jayate’. But this time things dint fallen at the right places and he lacked in maximum angle of the feelings, which he could has put in.
Music: Music is soul of Marjaavaan as the film in terms of songs and background sore as well.
The Last Word: Marjaavaan is an average film due to lack of good direction, fake action sequences but has solid music.
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