Sooryavanshi Movie Review
Movie Name: Sooryavanshi
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif, Ajay Devgn, Ranveer Singh
Director: Rohit Shetty
Sooryavanshi is the story of a courageous cop named Sooryavanshi [Akshay Kumar], who decides to track down the terrorist mastermind. He overcomes challenges, his wife [Katrina Kaif] nearly abandons him, and he loses a few colleagues in the process, but he remains focused.
Sooryavanshi Plot :
The plot of Sooryavanshi may appear predictable and tired on paper, but its screenwriting is its saving grace. The narrative is engrossing for the most part, although the first half drags due to an unwelcome song and some amorous sequences filmed on Akshay and Katrina.
Rohit masterfully blends drama and emotion, interspersed with breathtaking action sequences. While the screenplay is filled with the necessary elements, Rohit stays true to the central theme. The film’s major strength is that it has both scale and content. The dialogue is very well-written and flows naturally throughout the story. Without a hitch, the DOP captures the film’s scale. The background score is effective, and when Simmba and Singham arrive on screen, the signature theme transports you back in time.
Sooryavanshi Review :
Sooryavanshi marks Akshay’s return to the action genre. He engages in fisticuffs, spits venom and flames, fires bullets, defeats the villain, and romances Katrina. I must say that he once again gives a fantastic performance. His deadpan humour adds to the fun factor as well. Katrina has a good part to play, and she handles it well. The song ‘Tip Tip Barsa Paani’, on the other hand, is sure to get whistles and claps at single screens.
Apart from many other amazing actors, Jackie Shroff plays a pivotal role, but he doesn’t given many opportunities to show off his acting chops. Ajay Devgn and Ranveer Singh’s presence is a treat to our eyes. Their sequences only improve the post-interval segments to a significant degree.
In a nutshell, Rohit Shetty provides a blockbuster package that is sure to entice moviegoers back to the theatres in large numbers.