The Power Movie Review: Vidyut Jamwal, Shruti Haasan acted in an exhausting Powerplay in Mahesh Manjrekar’s Teddy the Godfather remake (latest special)

The Power Movie Review: OK, Mahesh Manjrekar’s Finally This is a daylight gangster thriller Power Has a direct ripoff Saint. But iconic bits like the uncut-horse-head-on-bed scene, certainly. Instead, while fond of the film may see this remake as a Sanjeevani in itself, the ultimate film I can admire the most is that of Vidyut Jamwal and Shruti Haasan) Horse-shit pile is not terrible like Aamir Khan’s Aitank Hi Aitank. But then it is nowhere in Ranbir Kapoor’s league. Politics Or Amitabh Bachchan’s Government, Forget the Coppola Classic. The Power: Vidyut Jamwal, Shruti Haasan’s film pay-per-view service will be released on ZeePlex on 14 January.

Different Politics or Government Use the effect of Saint, Power Borrow generously the plot. So we have our desi don Corleone in Kalidas Thakur, played by director Mahesh Manjrekar, as a feared, but crime-lord and a family man. Instead of three sons and one daughter, he has two sons and a daughter. Hot-headed elder son Ramdas (Jissu Sengupta) is married to Shaila (Yuvika Chaudhary), a straight-forward woman from the K-serial. Her brother, opportunistic Ranjith (Prateik Babbar) – rolled into the film’s stand-in one for Fredo Corlon and Carlo – is married to Kalidas’ daughter.

Kalidas’s younger son, Devidas aka Devi (Jamwal), is kept away from the family’s crime operations and wants to become a chef in Singapore (perhaps the film’s tribute to Akshay Kumar). Of course, in addition to culinary skills, Devi is also a trained martial arts personnel with a flair for Bad Ghalib. The rest of the plot is more or less familiar, with Thakur’s betrayal of rivals and new players on the field, followed by betrayal, bloodshed, and electrical strife.

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While I think Manjrekar dared to touch on a much more revered film without thinking about copyright constraints, at least he does in the first half. Power Appropriately attached. Despite being familiar, these parts work because of the pacing and because, let’s face it, The Godfather’s base can also form a remake Aitank Hi Aitank Just smiling about.

Of course, that made little wrinkles Saint So great it thrives here, the characters only go through the motions, while the plot makes an excuse for Jamshed to jump from one slo-mo action set-piece to another. His goddess does not have the depth of what made Michael Corleone such a great antagonist, and is written in a very weak way.

After Kalidas was severely injured, the goddess managed her father easily, according to circumstances, hesitant to succeed her father. And even after being the leader, we never see the slyness of the character who made the original inspiration look more strategic than his father. It is under the goddess’s nose that her family is under attack and members are being killed, nor can she feel the traitor in her fold, even when Prateik should have been a clue to Babbar’s constant obstruction. Vidyut Jamwal met Egar with his Kolkata-based fan Krishna Sonkar, who saw the face of the Commando star on the chest.

We wonder if Ramdas – perhaps, the film’s most interesting character – would have been a better choice to be the successor. At least Jisshu Sengupta looks fun with the role, and Power He does a total dive to depth after writing.

A subplot that holds Power Not being ‘Saint‘Devi is associated with the remake version of Kai, Parveen (Shruti Haasan). Parveen is the daughter of Anwar (Zakir Hussain), Kalidasa’s associate and Devi’s childhood friend and lover. While Kei was a more musical partner to Michael, Parveen gets to do more as she later gets involved in a drama of revenge against the Thakurs. But doing more does not make him a better character, as this subplot makes the film even more tiring in the second half, not helped by Shruti Haasan’s terrifying performance. Adding a love triangle with actress Chandni (Sonal Chauhan) – the most unfortunate character in the film – things further limit. Also, the snide treatment of the goddess of moonlight made her a real dockbag.

All of this leads to a silly climax, which completely destroys one of the most fictional shot finals ever in cinema, though Manjrekar needs to help his Don Corleone go beyond the character’s realm and get Meets Government rule Area. None of the villains, including the ruined Sachin Khedekar’s Rana, make an impressive impression.


– Engaging first half

– Acting of Jishu Sengupta and Mahesh Manjrekar


– A haryed second half with pacing issues

– Average performance with poor writing

final thoughts

Rewrite Don Corlon’s Popular Quotes Saint, We wish someone had made an offer to Mahesh Manjrekar which he could not refuse and could not touch the classic. If the original was a fragrant paella prepared in olive oil, the remake looks as if someone had mixed chewed shrimp in burnt rice and stale oil. Power Zee Plex has streaming on a pay-n-watch basis.

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