Malang 2020 Movie is a Bollywood revenge drama, the movie star is Disha Patani, Aditya Roy and Kunal Khemu the lead roles. The Malang Movie direct by Mohit Suri. The movie was being shot entirely in Varanasi and Shimla. The Movie Related by revenge drama.
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The story revolves around a couple in Goa, confronting two police officers Anjaney Agashe (Anil Kapoor) and Michael Rodriguez (Kunal Kemmu) and the collisions have on each other’s future.
Advait (Aditya Roy Kapur) is an amazing actor who really brought the character to life. His physique and his stunt skills are so stunning that I couldn’t take my eyes off and has gone to another level.
Disha Patani as Sara worked well with her body and intellectual acting type, and her attitude as a woman who goes after what she wants.
Coming to Kunal Kemmu, he was my sweetheart always. I became his hardcore fan when I saw his movie “hum Hain Rahe Pyar Ke “. that was released in 1993, and he acted as a role of Sunny, with his sweet, smart and quirky character, he outshone and stole my heart. In “Malang “his strenuous attitude, will make you wonder, what it would be like to be an amalgamation of Kunal (Michael)’s greatest weirdos? Well, look no further than Mohit Suri’s thriller Malang Movie.
Elli Avram, as Jesse, looks determined and convincing.
Music by Vikas Sivaraman is exciting, appealing. This exciting musical composition brings out a sense of adventure and students will enjoy the brisk tempo and fiery rhythms.
Cinematography is unexplainable. Goan pub culture, disco lights in the discotheques, are real heaven. And water sports, underwater swimming, all of them are very catchy and eye feasting scenarios. And top it all, while doing underwear swimming Aditya’s six-pack abs and Disha’s hourglass figure keep our mouth agape. WOW!!!! What a lovely pair they make!!!
This film served as great entertainment with its colorful casts and numerous plot twists. There were a few times when the movie felt a bit drawn out, but gorgeous action scenes and impressive dialogues really held the audience’s attention and keep them on the edge of their seats. Themes of endurance, courage, loyalty are some attributes deployed in the move.
Despite the film’s minor shortcomings, the “Malang ” is exciting, creative and well worth a few hours of your time. The film is worth all the praises
Malang has all the ingredients to make the movie enjoyable. I love it when the backdrop is Goa and that adds automatically a beauty that appeases eyes.
Four actors are worth applauding here- Anil Kapoor, Kunal Khemu, Aditya Roy Kapoor and Disha.
Anil Kapoor got a very interesting and layered character to play and with just his body language, we understand what his personality is. As a seasoned actor, this must come naturally to him. Needless to say, Anil Kapoor’s versatility is unmatched.
Kunal Khemu gave me shivers. His character and how he conveyed that role to me, the audience, made me wonder about the human psyche overall. When the story starts, we pay less attention to this character but as the story progresses, we look out for the personality and try getting inside his head. His acting walked through that thin line of perfection that light up a spark of fear in my soul.
Now the hero, Aditya. It was with smoothness he slipped from that carefree soul to the man who demands an eye for an eye. The Happy Aditya and the Angry Aditya was equally convincing. So, with this role, he built up his resume: romantic hero, action hero, aggressive hero, chilled out hero, tragic hero.
The heroine played by Disha has a lovable personality. The way she manages to portray the integrity of her character at the same time looking drop down gorgeous is remarkable. Though her dialogs were supportive of her narration, it was her facial expressions that made us route her story from her happy days to her not happy days.
The movie has its highs and lows with the highs extremely beautiful and lows ignorable. The revenge story holds you throughout and thankfully, in this movie, all the questions are answered at the end and not before. The twists were good and were made good only because of the meritocracy of the star cast. The poetic justice of the revenge story leaves us satisfied and we go home in peace.
So, whether it’s worth watching in theatre, let’s list out the why:
– For love of Goa, seeing Goa in a big screen is a high
– the songs are so beautiful and imagine hearing that in a plush theatre, hearing sensory all happy
– there are interesting twists and plots. In order to enjoy this jolt to the brain, you got to see before someone else does it and give your spoilers
– this is a good choice for a movie date. The vibes that click instantly between the hero and heroine can create nostalgia.
– everyone acted decent enough that you will not get irritated over the money wasted.