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If we told you that the Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff starrer War was actually coordinated by Abbas-Mustan, and not Siddharth Anand, you'd trust us before the finish of the 2-hour-34-minute action thriller. Such are the twists and turns. A particular scene where Hrithik Roshan aka Kabir literally drives off an about-to-crash Army plane in a Jeep quite like Saif Ali Khan and John Abraham's Race 2 makes it extra believable. war movie download

But then, it is no Abbas-Mustan film; it's Aditya Chopra all the way. And quite frankly, the consequence of all the repressed Dhoom 4 vitality. We feel ya, Adi. We're not complaining.

Kabir is the best agent India has, because when has Bollywood ever made a film about the second best? He reports to a rather paunchy Ashutosh Rana aka Colonel Luthra, who in go reports to a Nirmala Sitharaman-looking Barrier Minister. We meet Kabir at a point when he's supposedly denounced any kind of authority killing exceptionally placed India administrators, against orders, obviously. Like in every other spy thriller Bollywood gives us.

The extremely next scene introduces us to Tiger aka Khalid, a promising young individual, with dreams of making the nation and his Ammi glad in his squinty eyes. But with zero preparedness, he bounces into a room where, we're told, a weapons' deal is being hatched, in his white linen pants, a blue tee, no firearms and the ugliest wireless we've ever observed since Siemens C35. He, obviously, beats them to a mash, singlehandedly. And you know that, if nothing else, War is going to be paisa wasool.

After much persuasion from Rana, where he in all likelihood shouted Sangharsh-style at least once, Kabir lets Khalid join his uber-mystery team that's about to set out determined to nab a 'global terrorist'. No, we're not taking names. But Kabir and Khalid have a bone: Kabir shot Khalid's 'gaddar' father dead; can Khalid accept his father's killer as his chief? Indeed, he can, if it's about the watan and that in that spot, is what makes War an ideal Gandhi Jayanti release.

What follows is a progression of prominent chase scenes from two years ago in request to initially establish Kabir and Khalid's camaraderie, which includes a dance two part harmony, and from present-day to establish how Kabir's best understudy is the one in particular who can bring him down. Frankly, the chase scenes are a haze, partly because of the dust storm they conjured up, and partly because they all look the same; just bicycles transform into cars.

The plotline has enough loopholes to put a tea-infuser to shame. But, with all due respect, it conveys what it actually promised since its promotion: two gorgeous men (one more than the other) clashing, along with action that will keep you on the edge of your seat. If anyone went in expecting path-breaking cinema, well, why?

Nairita Mukherjee

New Delhi

October 2, 2019

UPDATED: October 12, 2019 11:47 IST

War Film Audit: Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor star in the enormous October 2 release this year

War Film Audit: Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor star in the enormous October 2 release this year

Motion picture Name: War

Hrithik Roshan

Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff

Tiger Shroff on War: 'The Action

Director: Siddharth Anand

If we told you that the Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff starrer War was actually coordinated by Abbas-Mustan, and not Siddharth Anand, you'd trust us before the finish of the 2-hour-34-minute action thriller. Such are the twists and turns. A particular scene where Hrithik Roshan aka Kabir literally drives off an about-to-crash Army plane in a Jeep quite like Saif Ali Khan and John Abraham's Race 2 makes it extra believable.

But then, it is no Abbas-Mustan film; it's Aditya Chopra all the way. And quite frankly, the aftereffect of all the repressed Dhoom 4 vitality. We feel ya, Adi. We're not complaining.

Kabir is the best agent India has, because when has Bollywood ever made a film about the second best? He reports to a rather paunchy Ashutosh Rana aka Colonel Luthra, who in go reports to a Nirmala Sitharaman-looking Protection Minister. We meet Kabir at a point when he's supposedly denounced any kind of authority killing profoundly placed India administrators, against orders, obviously. Like in every other spy thriller Bollywood gives us.

The extremely next scene introduces us to Tiger aka Khalid, a promising young individual, with dreams of making the nation and his Ammi glad in his squinty eyes. But with zero preparedness, he bounces into a room where, we're told, a weapons' deal is being hatched, in his white linen pants, a blue tee, no firearms and the ugliest mobile phone we've ever observed since Siemens C35. He, obviously, beats them to a mash, singlehandedly. And you know that, if nothing else, War is going to be paisa wasool.

After much persuasion from Rana, where he doubtlessly hollered Sangharsh-style at least once, Kabir lets Khalid join his uber-mystery team that's about to set out determined to nab a 'global terrorist'. No, we're not taking names. But Kabir and Khalid have a bone: Kabir shot Khalid's 'gaddar' father dead; can Khalid accept his father's killer as his chief? Truly, he can, if it's about the watan and that in that spot, is what makes War an ideal Gandhi Jayanti release.

What follows is a progression of prominent chase scenes from two years ago in request to initially establish Kabir and Khalid's camaraderie, which includes a dance two part harmony, and from present-day to establish how Kabir's best understudy is the one in particular who can bring him down. Frankly, the chase scenes are a haze, partly because of the dust storm they conjured up, and partly because they all look the same; just bicycles transform into cars.

The plotline has enough loopholes to put a tea-infuser to shame. But, with all due respect, it conveys what it actually promised since its promotion: two attractive men (one more than the other) clashing, along with action that will keep you on the edge of your seat. If anyone went in expecting path-breaking cinema, well, why?

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Now to the performances. Tiger attempts, and the more he attempts, the more he squints. His voice gets ear-splitting and shriller until the climax, and you have to watch War for that. Hrithik, then again, doesn't walk or rush to the top spot. He floats, with a swagger he had mastered way back in Dhoom 2, and then in Bang. However, in scenes where the two men hold their teeth and pop their veins, which, in Bollywood-language translates into intense acting, Ashutosh Rana emerges as more natural and thus, more human.

The film also stars Vaani Kapoor, and since she doesn't make an appearance until after the interval, and that too, for literally three scenes and a tune, you will require this reminder.

War credits Vishal Dadlani, Daniel B George (background score) and Shekhar Ravjiani for its music, but it is carefully passable. The background score works when accentuated by the sound of engines revving, but otherwise remains unnoticed. Ghungroo stands out in comparison to Jai Shiv Shankar. That's just about 50 percent for Vishal Dadlani.

War is a group puller, but it isn't meant to further the cause of cinema. It will entertain you. But if you plan to take something away from a film

Hrithik Roshan     ...    Kabir
Tiger Shroff     ...    Khalid
Vaani Kapoor     ...    Naina
Ashutosh Rana     ...    Colonel Luthra
Anupriya Goenka     ...    Aditi
Yash Raaj Singh     ...    Saurabh
Mashhoor Amrohi     ...    Firoze Contractor
Sanjeev Vatsa     ...    Rizwan Iiyasi
Dipannita Sharma     ...    Dr. Mallika Singhal
Soni Razdan     ...    Khalid's mother
Arif Zakaria     ...    Dr. Utpal Biswas
Amit Gaur     ...    Lt. Col. Jimmy Shroff