Traffic (I) (2016)

Not Rated   |    |  Adventure, Drama, Thriller

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An emotional thriller based on a road trip from Mumbai to Pune. Inspired from the real events that happened in Chennai



  • Jimmy Sheirgill in Traffic (2016)
  • Manoj Bajpayee in Traffic (2016)
  • Traffic (2016)
  • Traffic (2016)
  • Jimmy Sheirgill in Traffic (2016)
  • Prasenjit Chatterjee and Divya Dutta in Traffic (2016)

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3 June 2016 | quincytheodore
| Many speedbumps along the way, but the core message is delivered safely.
For a drama thriller "Traffic" has a lot of deviations, mainly because it tries to bring more dramatic moments than it already has. The plot is good, simple and approachable, although it may exaggerate some of its elements. The mix of different worlds is told carefully, while it may be overly colorful it's easily identifiable for audience.

The story is an emotional one, a young man has an accident and on the verge of dying. His heart is compatible with a patient with rare heart condition in the next city and they need to transplant it as soon as possible. There are many perspectives at play here, from the police's, doctors' and the both families' themselves. Each is told in continuous order to fit the progressing timeline.

The structure is nicely done, it may seem complex at first, especially when a couple of them are looking almost like soap opera, but it all pans out relatively well. The protagonists are likable, they are flawed in their own ways, seeking redemption and salvation respectively . Its most jarring setback is occasionally moves towards overly melancholy tone, which it doesn't need to.

At times it also tries to be a thriller, the result is mixed. It might be better if the movie stays on course with more grounded approach. It even veers into action territory at some junctures. These are rather distracting and probably to prolong the journey, even though the core drama is capable on presenting a riveting story on its own.

The heart of the story is presentable, regardless of the few questionable turns for thriller and action.

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