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Rustom Trailer review

Akshay Kumar Once Again Has Nailed with his Performance in a juicy script

The much awaited trailer of the film Rustom has released this morning with a bang. The film starring Akshay Kumar, Ileana D’Cruz hit the social media sites giving a smashing view of the trailer. Once again Akki is back with his smashing performance making Roustom to his third film of 2016 hitting this Independence Day and thus clashing with Mohenjo Daro. Rustom is directed by the Special 26 and Baby fame director, which is based on the real life incident that rocked the nation in the year 1959. The film is based on the life of a Naval Officer called KM Nanavati who killed his wife Sylvia’s lover.

This case turned out to be a landmark for the history of Indian Judicial system as it happened to be the last case to be heard like a jury trial in the country and since then the lawmakers simply abolished the jury trials after the verdict of this murder case. The film showcases a Parsi guy married to a Sindhi lady, which later even created the rift between the two communities. The trailer of the movie starts taking a dig in the life of this naval officer. He is a one woman man and loves his country and wife dearly till he realizes about her extra marital affair allowing him to kill his wife lover played by Arjan Bajwa.

The 3 minute long trailer simply showcases the story of the film including giving up the scene of killing the man with trotting three bullets in the chest of Arjan. You can further find loads of drama in an espionage style giving a clear idea that what seems to be on the face of it is much deeper than it appears at the superficial level. Esha Gupta is seen playing the sister of the killed man who is seen with her vintage look and feel, while her looks supersedes her performance to a great extent. Considering the fact that the case turns out to be a juicy affair in terms of content, the makers have loads to hold on to. Hopefully the cinematic liberties don’t really lose the liberty in the film.

 

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