Madaari Review Rating: Madari movie along with Rajinikanth’s Kabali will be burning the box office this weekend. This Friday if filled with quality movies. Directed by Nishikant Kamat, Madaari features Irrfan Kham, Jimmy Shergill, Vishesh Bansal, Nitesh Pandey, and Tushar Dalvi in the lead characters. The movie will be releasing under the banner name of Paramhans Creations & Saptarishi Cinevision.
Check: Kabali Review.
The release date of the movie has been postponed to 22nd July and it’s finally ready to run in the theatres. The story of the film is penned by Ritesh Shah and the idea is given by Shailja Kejriwal. The music direction is given by Vishal Bhardwaj and team. The shooting of the production is done at various places in the country which include New Delhi, Mumbai, Dehradun, Shimla, and Rajasthan.
The plot of the movie follows the social thriller genre which is simply suitable for the current political system of the nation. The rapidly growing nation for the citizen of over 125 crores, the story features Irrfan Khan as the character of Nirmal Kumar who is a common man of the country and the doing everything as per the instructions of the powerful politicians and other corrupt bodies.
He lost his son due to the improper governance of the nation. After that, he decides to become a street performer which is known as Madaari in an Indian language. He smartly kidnaps the son of the home minister do everything with him which was previously done by the politician with him.
Now, he is running here there to hid from the people in uniform. The top policeman of the area, Nachiket Verma whose role is played by Jimmy Shergill is behind him. The question is will the Madaari able to get the justice or he will be caught by the cop.
The content of the movie seem to be of great quality and the Bollywood industry is always favorable for this type of productions. The story and script of the flick are similar to the previously released production of the Bollywood whose title is Sirf 24 Ghante.
The central role in that movie was a doctor who becomes a victim because of the men having money power which turns him to make the fool of the common man. But Madaari is the film in which the common is challenging the power politicians.
With this, it is clear that the story of the movie can be predicted easily. But the director of the movie has added the certain recent element of the current scenario of the country. So, this might become a reason to watch this movie this Friday.
After going through this, we give it a rating of 7/10 and you will be happy watch this movie on this weekend. While the South Indian will be definitely watching Kabali.
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