India's Most Wanted is packed with dialogues, good performances and slick direction. What more do you want? Two hours and a few more minutes literally fly away--- and you continuously root for Arjun Kapoor who has taken up the cudgels to do what he thinks is right against the wish of his seniors when he finds them taking no initiatives and blind to reason. And succeed he does in his journey which eventually pleases not just his boss but the viewers too.
This Rajkummar Gupta film starts off slightly hotch-potch but soon tightens to move on one track. The second half is extremely racy and edgy. The climax drives you to the edge and the exchange of phone calls between Arjun and his bosses leave a wide grin. You can make out that this is the same man who made Aamir and No One Killed Jessica, while I still maintain that his Raid could have been better and he quite lost his way in Ghanchakkar.
A Still From India's Most Wanted
Amit Trivedi fails to hit the bull's eye. God knows what's happened to music in today's times. The last full album I heard was Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. And before that? Yaad nahi!
ALSO READ: Arjun Kapoor Opens Up About His Love Life With Malaika Arora, Rushing Off To Dubai When Sridevi Passed Away, And India's Most Wanted
The supporting cast does a magnificent job, complementing Arjun in almost every frame. Wonder who's the actor who plays the eye-catching informer responsible in Yasin Bhatkal's arrest. You can't take your eyes off him and his final dialogue saying that he's offering 50 per cent discount for a 100 per cent terrorist is simply seetis.
It's engaging, it's patriotic, it's not loud, it's fast, it's not faulty. Arjun Kapoor does not drop his guard in the 123-minute run time. This actor has travelled a fair distance now. And thankfully, no jingoism. So yeah, you can book your ticket.
I am going with THREE.
Image Source:- Rightlog/youtube/foxstarhindi