Shershaah Movie Review: Sidharth-Kiara Latest Movie

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Shershaah Movie Review:

Very few such war films have been made in the history of Indian cinema, which have had a long impact on the audience and critics have placed them in the category of cult. Barring Lakshya, Uri, Border, Haqeeqat and Invasion, hardly the name of any war film will be remembered by the audience. These days many patriotic films are coming in front of the audience, one of which is Sidharth Malhotra’s Shershaah. It is a war drama, the story of which is based on the life of Captain Vikram Batra, who was martyred in Kargil. Will Shershaah be able to end the drought of the best war film or will it remain a normal war drama? Let’s know… Also Read – Shershaah Twitter Review: Sidharth Malhotra gave career best performance, earns ₹ 100 crores in theaters

What is the movie about:

The story of Sher Shah connects us all with that of Captain Vikram Batra. How was his childhood, what dreams he had during his youth and how he impressed everyone with his bravery during the Kargil War and raised the honor of India; We get to know all these things during the film.

Feature of the film:

In war films, directors sometimes forcefully apply patriotism. The good thing about Sher Shah is that its story revolves around the life of Captain Vikram Batra. Direct has focused more on how much Vikram Batra loved the Indian Army and his relationship with his fellow soldiers. As long as the film revolves around the life of Vikram Batra, it is difficult to even blink. Also Read – From Shershaah to Bhuj: The Pride Of India, these 7 upcoming movies based on real life heroes, see LIST

Sidharth Malhotra does not impress much in terms of acting. He has his limitations, which are also visible in Shershaah but Kiara Advani has once again proved that she is a bankable star. Her character is not very long but she impresses. Shershaah’s supporting cast Shiv Pandit, Sahil Vaidya, Nikitan Dheer and Raj Arjun have done a good job.

Negatives of the film:

Sher Shah is a war film but the director has done the work of misleading the audience by adding a tadka to the love angle. Wherever director Vishnuvardhan and writer Sandeep Srivastava took Vikram Batra out of the war field and sent him to common life, the film went astray. Talking about the editing of the film, Sreekar Prasad could have done a better job. The scenes in War films are effective but Sher Shah’s camerawork fails to make an impact.

Final Verdict:

Sidharth Malhotra looks better than ever in Shershaah but Kiara Advani has played her small character beautifully. Patriotism is not forced in the film. Instead, the focus has been more on the life of Captain Vikram Batra. That’s the beauty of this film. Had some things been removed from the film, Shershaah would have stood parallel to Lakshya and Uri but due to the loose script it could not happen. 2.5 stars are given to the film by Bollywood Life.