Ittefaq Movie Review: This Suspense Thriller Will Keep You Guessing Till The End

Cast: Sidharth Malhotra, Sonakshi Sinha, Akshaye Khanna

Director: Abhay Chopra

Release Date: 03 November 2017

Duration: 1 hr 40 mins

The film’s story rotates around a night when a man is killed, and both Sidharth and Sonakshi are the suspects. Original Ittefaq featuring Rajesh Khanna, Madan Puri, Nanda, and Bindu, is considered as extraordinary compared to other spine chillers made in Bollywood. It’ll be intriguing to see what new components have been presented in the Abhay Chopra-directed film.

Akshaye Khanna is in the top form and his cop act is one of the fundamental reasons why the main half works. The script uses a lot of clues and hints to keep you tangled and engrossed with the suspicion needle constantly shifting focus from Sid and Sonakshi. The pairing of these two works, since it’s new and serves the appropriate measure of interest for the class. At the interval, we are given realities of both Sid and Sonakshi’s variants of the murders and the second half is typically going to jump up a shock!

P.S- Staying true to its genre, the film has no songs so far.

Bollywood box office has majorly been dominated by Golmaal Again and Judwaa 2 in the past few months. After light-hearted comedies like these, Ittefaq comes as a whiff of fresh air.

We give Ittefaq 3.5 Stars.

Ittefaq movie review

Ribbon Movie Review: A film so real, it can be your story

Director: Rakhee Sandilya

Cast: Kalki Koechlin, Sumeet Vyas

Release Date: 03 November 2017

It is reviving to see a Hindi film that exhibits a couple, not soon after marriage, but rather once they progress toward becoming guardians. Kalki Koechlin-Sumeet Vyas-starrer Ribbon is sensible deeply, features some critical issues in our society, and yet, refrains from being preachy.

Ribbon is around an urban, youthful couple — Sahana and Karan — who confront sudden delights, difficulties, and setbacks in life. The story follows how the couple adapts to it all and what toll it goes up against their relationship.

Koechlin leaves a stamp as a harried proficient, hesitant mother, and a decent spouse. Vyas is equipped as well. Some prickly issues are raised: the inconveniences that ladies look at work environments, the outsourcing Childcare, the predators that hide in the most startling spots.

In many cases, as frequently as the film cleverly touches upon the extreme decisions and the issues that can manifest, it abandons them, and us, hanging. You are left needing somewhat more.

We give Ribbon 2.5 stars.

Ribbon movie review

That’s all from our side for this week’s movie review.

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