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Movie Review: Rustom

Akshay Kumar’s new movie “Rustom” definitely takes the Parsi community of India on the go with a bang. Akshay has been quite popular in his hero-centric movies and Rustom is an addition to it. But this new addition is unique and provoking!

For the first time ever, Akshay Kumar is wearing a uniform but he does not use the physical force to prove his rightness! He has played the role of a navy officer in 50’s setting of India. More than the role of Akshay, it is the powerful storyline of Neeraj Pandey, which has contributed a lot to the movie.

Commander Rustom Pavri’s life changes with the plot of the story as his ship arrives before time to Bombay but the plot twists as he didn’t find his wife present at home to welcome him. Rustom discovers few letters exchanged between his wife and her lover, Vikram. Without giving any chance to her for explanation, Rustom heads towards Vikram’s house and three gun shots are heard.

Rustom is a Noir movie. It gives a dramatic reality of the detective world. The movie itself raises debate for the genre. Apart from the dramatic storyline, picturisation of the movie is simply amazing. Ileana looks gorgeous in summer color sarees and Esha Gupta looks stunning in the 50s evil-beauty look. The entire cast of the movie looks stunning and offers beautiful dialogue delivery. With all this to offer in just two hours, Rustom should definitely be your movie for the coming weekend.

 

Afreen is a young writer and visionary towards life predominantly. I believe that writing is similar to life; it inspires surprises and creates. Being a Literature Masters, I am passionate about viewing the world with literary spectacle. Solely in love with this beautiful part of Universe called Pakistan, I am creating words and ideas for CharchaGuru.

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