Friday, May 2, 2014

Angry Young Man, Hindi Bollywood Film movie Review, Johnson Thomas, Rating: *


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Angry Young Man(Hindi) Rating: * The titular character is emblematic of the moniker alright but doesn’t make any sense at all!
                                            
Hindi Film review       
Johnson Thomas
Film: Angry Young Man
Cast:  Ajay Singh Rathod, Prachi Sinha, Raj Arjun, Ehsaan Khan, Nawab Shah and Sunil Godse
Director: Ramesh Rout

Rating: *
As the title suggest this film is about an angry young man Arjun(Ajay Singh Rathod) whose irrational anger on the streets paves the way for his entry into an underworld gang. After that the story goes the ‘Satya’ way but not with any great charm or engagement.
Thankfully, there’s not much dialogue to add to the stress you get from the infantile plotting, borrowed creativity, shoddy action, disenchanting music  and amateurish acting.

The film is meant to be suspenseful and thrilling but manages to achieve neither. The premise itself is so unoriginal that the interest begins to peter out in the first few minutes itself. What stays with you is the incredible tedium and disengagement experienced throughout  this film’s exhaustive runtime.



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