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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Mickey Virus Bollywood Movie Review


By on Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Mickey Virus Bollywood Movie Review
Rating : 3/5 
Released On : 2013-10-25 
Banner : Dar Motion Pictures 
Music : Hanif-Faizan-Agnel 
Producer(s) : Arun Rangachari, Vivek Rangachari 
Director : Saurabh Varma
Casting : Manish Paul, Elli Avaram, Varun Badola, Manish Chaudhary, Puja Guptha, Raghav Kakkar, Vikesh Kumar, Nitesh Pandey

Story:
Set on the scenery of Delhi, Mickey (Manish) is a customary kid sitting in his mother's market. Be that as it may by night he turns into a streetsmart programmer and he collaborates with his companion Chutney (Puja) for his activity. In comes Kamayani (Elli Avaram) and Mickey begins to look all starry eyed at her. Turn happens when Acp Siddhant comes searching for Mickey since he needs an extremely great programmer to purpose an arrangement which postures danger to the whole country. What happens from that point structures whatever remains of the story.

Examination:
The notion of in vogue and young performers frequently spin around sentiment, drama and some acting yet blending it with a component of thriller is something curious. This film has made utilization of that thought in an enormous manner and appears to have profited out of it. The background and characterizations is something today's era will be very associated with however there is likewise that message arranged stuff. The storyline is fascinating thus is the presentation which has been carried out viably. The story has got its own particular in addition to focuses. Exchanges were truly local and crowd benevolent, the script was sensible and the screenplay tried its hardest. Foundation score suited the mind-sets and one melody was great. Cinematography caught the areas and the minutes legitimately. Altering was fresh. Outfits were generally outlined while the craft division was sensible. On execution front, Manish has demonstrated exceptional potential as a performing artist for youth arranged parts. Elli Avaram is exceptionally attractive and hot, she should deal with her execution and articulations however. Manish was exceptional, Puja was perfect, Raghav Kakkar was successful, Nitesh Pandey was characteristic, Vikesh was adept. The true showstealer was Varun Bhadola, he was huge. The film assumes a tried and true way and one can see the standard stuff like sentiment, fellowship and a few jokes yet the real plot and story starts just throughout the interim blast. The second half gives enough wanders aimlessly to keep the crowd snared and however there were not many hiccups all over there, the in general feel is exciting. At the movies, this will likely engage the adolescent gathering of people yet even other class viewers can watch it. 


View:  Entertaining and engaging



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