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This young "Rambo", and the influence of "Tiger Zinda Hai", makes this story very deja-vu and predictable. The film's action is great.
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The acting is superb from Taapsee with memorable dialogues by her, and the entire cast. Everyone from, Kumud Mishra, Ratna Pathak Shah, and Tanvi Azmi, as the parents, give their weight to this subject with great sensibility, and subtlety as well. The film is a must see!
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Its funny and to see Gajraj Rao, Neena Gupta, including Manoo Rishi and Maanvi Gagroo are the real ingredient for this comedy film to take shape. It speaks volumes for this movie.. Gajraj Rao and Neena Gupta as the parents with their woes, have perfect chemistry and timing, We hope to see them both more together in the future. The film is not controversial - but entertaining.
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There are 2 stories and plots, but do not really connect. One gets solved, but Kaushal's personal battle looks like an open case that needs closure. Maybe that is why they call this chapter part one?
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The film brings Kartik Aryan & Sara Ali Khan together for the first time, and they do share good chemistry together.
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Disha Patani, she is just wow!!. She is hot, stunning, and is a natural beauty. Put it this way... anyone would become "MALANG" - (Vagrant) over her.
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You have to see it for Margot Robbie and her Queens accent. It is quite entertaining..
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 Its a fun film with a heartfelt message, that one needs friends and above all family to be with you in good and in bad times. Otherwise it is a lonely journey out there. The film is fun and enjoyable. Its a must see...
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Jassie Gill as the husband, Richa Chaddha, and Neena Gupta as Kangana's mother give great support to the film as well. But the trump card is this new kid, who plays her son - Yagya Bhasin. The kid steals the show, with great confidence and timing. He is the kid to look out for. Its a feel good movie for the whole family to enjoy. Go see it!
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 Ajay Devgn as Tanhaji does his job well by emoting the pain, loyalty, and revenge through his eyes. But it is Saif ali Khan that is the trump card of the film. His role as Udhyabhan Singh Rathore, is ruthless, quirky and menacing throughout as the villain.
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