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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

War Chhod Na Yaar Movie Review


By on Wednesday, November 20, 2013

War Chhod Na Yaar Movie Review
Rating : 1.5/5 
Released On : 2013-10-11 
Banner : AOPL Entertainment Pvt Ltd 
Music : Music: Aslam Keyi 
Producer(s) : Lov Pathak 
Director : Faraz Haider 
Casting : Sharman Joshi, Soha Ali Khan, Jaaved Jaaferi, Sanjay Mishra, Mukul Dev, Manoj Pahwa and others 


Story:


The most threatening outskirt of India and Pakistan has got an uncommon scene event. Indian warriors (Sharman, Sanjay Mishra and others) are great companions with the Pakistani troopers (Jaaved Jaaferi, Mukul Dev and others). Given this intriguing connection, a journalist (Soha) comes to do scope. However inconvenience happens when war is proclaimed between both nations and the companions need to battle against one another. What happens from that point structures whatever is left of the story. 


Dissection:
Bollywood is such an immense industry, to the point that there are different sections of movies occurrence with diverse plans and types. In the later past, a few movies with trial classification have worked well with the crowd and it appears to have aroused the making of this film. As it were, this is the first of its caring storyline we are seeing and however it is remarkable it is not sufficient to speak to the group of onlookers. The imagining the bundling must be in pair and it might as well bode well for the viewer. In that capacity, the storyline is intriguing however the script and screenplay were not that effective. Exchanges scored not many focuses with some witty lines, the foundation score was suitable however melodies were even more an aggravation and unimportant thing here. Cinematography was expert. Altering was needed in the second half. Ensembles didn't have much work to do however they were right in their occupation. Craftsmanship office was persuading. In the execution segment, the brownie indicates go Sharman and Jaaved. Both were flexible and genuine in their enactment. Soha was charming obviously. Sanjay Mishra carried not many grins. Manoj Pahwa was great. Mukul Dev was not utilized rightly. Dalip Tahil was stimulating. Others did their spot as needed. The film assumes an exceptionally excellent way and has exceptional things to chuckle about yet the inconvenience starts throughout the second half. It couldn't support enough excuse for why or rationale in the processes and artistic emancipations went on a high. In general, the film had the possibility to turn into an exceptional hit however it was not took care of rightly so film industry may not shake that well.



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