D-Day (I) (2013)

Not Rated   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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A team of experts dispatched to bring in The Most Wanted Man in India almost achieves the unthinkable ... until something goes horribly wrong.

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22 July 2013 | ahirjoy
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| Good Watch
Watched the movie at Inox City Centre, Kolkata at 2-50 PM IST show. A good action-thriller indeed. I was surprised to see an almost full house at such an odd hour. Coming back to the movie, the best part where the director should get most of the credit, is to portray the undercover raw agents as human beings of fresh and blood who get hurt, have family turmoil to deal with, even die for their country and are sometimes easily abandoned by their own country for the shake of diplomacy. That's why I can easily tell this is a much better movie than "Ek Tha Tiger" which was just a fairytale. The strength of the movie is acting - Arjun,Irfan,Huma all have brilliantly performed, Rishi Kapoor has given a brilliant performance in a negative role again after Agneepath. Shruti Hasan was OK in a small role as a prostitute but has nothing much to do. However even more than Shruti Hasan's tragic murder, the poisoning of Irfan's wife and little son by PAK army/D appeared more cruel to me. You don't need to go that far to depict an evil as an evil. However the ending was too much Bollywoodish. Few of the scenes were really shot in Karachi which added spice.

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