Movie Review: Drishyam (Hindi)

Full marks on the plot, low marks on acting!



The most amazing July we have had, first ‘Baahubali’, then ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’, continued by ‘Masaan’ and now ‘Drishyam’. It feels like the must-watch films of Indian Cinema are just unfolding now one after the other. Although ‘Drishyam’ is an adaptation of a Malayalam film by same name, still the thrill never died.

Vijay Salgaonkar (Ajay Devgn) is an owner of a cable-network in a village named Pandolem in Goa. He has a wife named Nandini (Shriya Saran) and two daughters who go to school. He is a very upright person who doesn’t fear cops in complaining about them and thus he makes a cop Gaitonde (Kamlesh Sawant) his enemy. Vijay’s elder daughter goes for a trip where a notorious boy shoots her while she takes a shower and later blackmails her. Things really get uglier when he mysteriously disappears and later the story is about how Vijay tries to save…

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