A movie that has tried to give the audience a taste of emotion, revenge, love and a lot more while the characters deliver their mass dialogues. Check out the whole Marjaavaan review to know more about the movie.

Bollywood has grown from the usual masala movie to movies with an unconventional storyline. However, Marjaavaan decided to go with the usual. A movie high on cheesy shayarana dialogues, larger than life portrayal that has a boastful don known as ‘Anna’ ruling a town and the hero, an orphan, who has been taken under his wings. This Sidharth Malhotra and Riteish Deshmukh starrer is nothing but an old Bollywood movie brought back to life from the shelf. Check out the complete Marjaavaan review.

The movie is about an unfulfilled love story between Raghu played by Sidharth and Zoya played by Tara Sutaria. The first half of the movie talks about Raghu, who is an orphan is been brought up by a Don who is fondly known as Anna played by the talented actor M Nassar. Raghu is nothing less than a son to Anna and his loyalty makes him do anything for his godfather. However, Vishnu played by Ritiesh who is Anna’s son has all hate for him. Vishnu is a big-headed, belligerent dwarf man who has a lot of hate for his father and his right hand whom he considers his own son. It is Zoya, Tara Sutaris, who brings the much-needed ray of love and peace in Raghu’s life. She is the one who makes a goon’s heartbeat (I mean come on, isse jyada filmy aur kya ho sakta hai?). The movie then goes on to talk about the whole revenge and how the love story between Raghu and Zoya go unfinished.

Sidharth brought his Ek Villian character back on the screen but with an extra bit of Bollywoodness and masala. Ritesh has done an amazing job playing a dwarf badass villain, who has na ego larger than his height. Although his whole persona feels the same as his Lai Bhaari character. Tara Sutaria who plays the speech-impaired character has tried giving her fewer words and more action kind of portrayal on-screen. She has brought in the sweet innocence in this action-drama movie. Rakulpreet Singh plays the bar dancer who is forced to live a life that she never wished for who has one-sided love for Raghu, has little to do in the movie.

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