- Movie – Blank
- Director- Behzad Khambata
- Starcast – Sunny Deol, Karan Kapadia, Karanvir Sharma and Ishita Dutta
- Producer – Dr. Shrikant Bhasi and Nishant Pitti
- Production company – Carnival Motion Pictures and Echelon Productions
- Writer – Behzad Khambata
- Cinematography – R. Dee
- Genre – Thriller
- Screenplay – Pranav Adarsh
- Story – Pranav Adarsh
- Running time – 107 minutes
- Ratings – 3.0
Blank is a loud and shouty thriller, which seems to be littered with damp squibs and bombs. Meet Hanif who happens to be the part of a terrorist group called Tehreer Al-Hind played by Kapadia. He along with other terrorists enter Mumbai city to blast at 24 different places, but on the D Day, he meets an accident and reaches to the hospital. There the doctors find out a time bomb over his body. They then inform the police appears with ATS Chief SS Dewan played by Sunny Deol comes into the picture. Hanif has lost his memory once he regains consciousness, while the doctors are unable to get rid of the time bomb fixed in his body. The ATS chief has the order to kill Hanif at the city’s outskirts, but the juniors of ATS Chief finds another terrorist who leads to Hanif’s residence. They object to killing Hanif and later finds out the blueprint of the bomb at his residence. Meanwhile, people from the terror group attacks the ATS team and takes away Hanif with them, so what happens next is interesting to catch.
The story of Pranav Adarsh seems average and so is the screenplay having loose ends. On the other side, the running time of the film is less skipping many more details that would need for a film like this genre. On the other side, the dialogues of the film are simple and it works well. However, there are several sequences that seemed to drag on the silver screen. The film takes a decent start but as time passes, it loses its strength. The second part was horrible and lost the required edge it should have. With small running time, the makers have tried to fill the gaps by putting characters too rapidly. Now, talking about the star cast, Karan despite doing his debut has done well while playing the character, Hanif. Sunny Deol remains as usual who screams a lot when he indulges into a rescue mode. The other elements like direction, music, and screenplay remain average. The abrupt song also hampers the rhythm of the film.
Blank – The Last word
The title of the film Blank somewhere explains the film well as it has a lousy story and sequences that drag a lot making it boring. It is a typical Sunny Deol film who comes to rescue the city yelling with his harsh voice. However, the novices have done better this time but have failed to lift the film. If you want to catch this film this weekend, you can do it on your own risk.