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18 November 2019, Monday
MARJAAVAAN- MOVIE REVIEW
The hero-villain duo is back! Sidharth Malhotra and Riteish Deshmukh once again reunite on the silver screen after the unexpected success of their first movie together 'Ek Villain'. With 'Marjaavaan', they are all set to woo their audience again.
The movie is an intense love story where the path of the lovers is completely filled with thorns. The audience first meets the character of Sidharth Malhotra, Raghu, who is a tough and macho man. He, who fights the goons, gets completely changed after he meets a beautiful girl Zoya(Tara Sutaria) and as expected, falls in love with her. A man who can do anything for his woman and their love! Enters Riteish!
Deshmukh plays the antagonist in the movie who is a vertically challenged man. He is behind Raghu and Zoya and is strictly against their blooming love. Zoya gets killed and guess who killed her? Raghu himself kills his ladylove or if we put it in a better way, Zoya compelled him to do so.
Rakul Preet Singh is also a part of the film appearing in a special role. She is a bar dancer and has nothing more than flaunting her body and dance moves.
The movie might give you a nostalgia trip to the 2014's hit 'Ek Villain'. The movie has nothing major to offer to its audience and all we can say is it is high on drama. The only actor who outshines everybody on the silver screen is Ritesh Deshmukh with his portrayal of the villain, Vishnu.
Sidharth Malhotra attempts to have a fine presence on the screen but the limited writing of the movie restricts him. Tara looks beautiful playing her character of a mute girl and thus again has certain limitations.
'Marjaavaan' offers us some action-packed sequences and heavy dialogues but it's quite possible that you may find those dialogues funny. Supporting actors Ravi Kishen and Nassar manage to impress their audience in their little screen time.
So, if you were impressed by 'Ek Villain' and are a huge fan of such "high on drama" movies, book your tickets for 'Marjaavaan' now!