- Movie – Marjaavaan
- Director – Milap Zaveri
- Star cast – Riteish Deshmukh, Sidharth Malhotra, Tara Sutaria and Rakul Preet Singh
- Writer – Milap Zaveri
- Producer -Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar. Divya Khosla Kumar, Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani and Nikkhil Advani
- Production Company – T-Series, Emmay Entertainment
- Cinematography – Nigam Bomzan
- Editor- Maahir Zaveri
- Running time – 135 minutes
- Ratings – 3.0
The film is a tale of two love birds – Raghu played by Sidharth Malhotra and Zoya Tara Sutaria until the duo is disturbed by the vertically challenged gang leader called Vishnu with evil intentions to make their world upside down. So, what goes next is interesting to explore.
The film Marjaavaan somewhere reminds up Sidharth and Riteish Deshmukh’s earlier film Ek Villian, which shared a similar plot and story. However, the only difference we could make out was that Riteish plays a gang leader here while in the erstwhile, he remained he was a psychopath who used to kill women who somewhere insulted him or hurt his ego. In a sense, the film somewhere down the line fails to hold the audience too long with a similar sort of story that has been used in Ek Villian movie. In a way, it appeared more of a sequel rather than something different. The only difference one could feel was the added amount of masala in the movie that couldn’t hold too long the audience.
Now talking about the performances, Siddharth Malhotra while playing the role of a Tapori lover called Raghu has done a decent job. However, he remained similar to the one he was seen in the above-said movie. Tara Sutaria and Rakhul Preet seemed to have their decent presence but weren’t that impressive as they were only kept to add the glamour in the film. But one man who steals the show is none other than Ritiesh Deshmukh. He played the vertically challenged man called Raghu. He impressed the audience with his awesome role and performance. His perfect comic timing and heavy dialogues are impressive.
The others too decently did their job, while talking about the other elements, the film scored well in dialogues, screenplay, photography, and music. While other things like editing, story, direction and other technical stuff were okay and did a little to make a difference in adding up the entertainment value of the film.
Marjaavaan – The last word
The film Marjaavaan is a typical masala action film which has the potential to call the typical cine-goers of the B Town who love such films. However, in terms of uniqueness, story and other elements, it has less to offer.