Raazi Movie Review: Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal Amazed Audience

Raazi Movie Review: Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal Amazed Audience: There have been many films on the spies in our film industry. Dharmendra starrer from eyes to Salman Khan was one of Tiger’s. On the silver screen, the mysterious world of spies and its magic are constantly showing. Now in the same episode, director Meghna Gulzar’s film Raazi is in front of the audience. The only difference is that till now all the spy films have been treating its hero or heroine like a super human, but Meghna’s heroine very ordinary detective.

Meghna’s film is based on a true story. This story is a simple girl agrees (Alia Bhatt)! Who, during the Indo-Pak war in 1971, at the behest of his father, married a Pakistani soldier’s boy so that she can be spied from there! Meghna Gulzar’s film Raazi is based on this wonderful biopic.

Meghna’s film making concept is different, her script is literally the movie’s life. She researches on the script so that the viewer starts to realize that what she is saying is 100 per cent true and this is the greatest achievement for a filmmaker. Meghna’s half-battle was completed with a splendid and well-written script, and the rest is credited with contributing half of the battle, her efficient guidance and the power house performance of Alia Bhatt.

As agreed, Alia Bhatt has achieved another height in the acting world. Her sense of acting has been found on a different level, which is clearly visible in his work! Apart from them, Vicky Kaushal’s skill has also won the heart by giving spectacular performance! Apart from this, artists such as Rajit Kapoor, Jaideep Ahlawat, Soni Razdan and Ashwath Bhatt have also done their own role.

There was less music in the film, but as much as it is, it is auspicious. The four songs of ‘Dilbaro’, ‘A Watan’, ‘Raazi’ and ‘A Watan’ (Female) are very good in the film. For ‘A Watan’, the music director Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy has joined hands with the legendary songwriter Gulzar and with his voice made it more beautiful. The song ‘Dilbaro’, filmed on the daughter’s farewell, is very close to the emotional relationship of a father-daughter. The title track of the film, ‘Raazi’ shows the journey till Alia becomes a detective. Cinematography is also a strong side of the film and that is what cinematographer Jai Patel has done well.

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