Jawan Movie Review

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Star Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Sanya Malhotra, Sunil Grover, Deepika Padukone

Director: Atlee

The mummy-form SRK, who shatters every last of his enemies, is seen asking, “Main Kaun Hoon?” (Who am I?) with the expression those actors have who are brought back to the shows after being in a Coma for months because of the high-payment demand. A kid promises him, “I’ll find out who you’re when I grow up!” adding to the typical Atlee drama.

Thirty years later, we’ve Vikram Rathore SRK, a police officer turned Robinhood. He’s doing everything the government should do to make things easier for the citizens. Now, is Vikram the same SRK we saw at the start? Or they’re different people? If they’re indeed different, who are they? That’s what the storyline is all about.

Shah Rukh Khan delivers probably his best performance when it comes to his stint in commercial cinema. Raees & Pathaan are good examples; this one adds a layer of portraying multiple characters, and SRK nails it yet again. Three of his characters leave a mark, and the rest just fuel the cluttery narrative.

Character-wise, Nayanthara gets a decisive role to play against Shah, but I wish it had more depth to cause some Influence on the storyline. She looks breathtaking in each and every frame she’s in. Vijay Sethupathi is a far superior actor than what he’s made to do here. He deserved better writing. From the supporting cast, Sanya Malhotra & Sunil Grover fail to leave any mark. Deepika Padukone, in her special cameo, looks oomphy in her 90s avatar donning some super-sensual sarees.

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