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Taish Movie Review | How are Pulkit Samrat, Kriti Kharbanda and Jim Sarbh’s fights, here’s the review of the film – Bollywood News in Hindi

When director Bejoy Nambiar made his directorial debut with the film Shaitan, everyone was surprised to see his ability. After this he made films like David and Wazir but it did not live up to the expectation. And now once again Bejoy is back with the action thriller film, Taish. So will Taish manage to entertain the audience, or will it fail in its endeavor? Let’s review.

Taish is the story of two families who destroy each other. Rohan Kalra (Jim Sarbh) is an Indian-origin UK resident who works as a GP at a hospital. He is living with Arfa Saeed Khan (Kriti Kharbanda), who is of Pakistani origin. Rohan takes a break from work and goes to his village to attend the wedding of his brothers Krish (Ankur Rathi) and Mahi (Zoa Morani). Rohan wants Arfa Saeed Khan to also attend the wedding with her but he fears how his father (Ikhlaq Khan) will react to their relationship as Arfa is a Muslim girl. Arfa understands the point and comes back. Rohan returns home and his mother (Monisha Haseen) asks him to marry Simmi (Melissa Raju Thomas). Rohan’s best friend Sunny Lalwani (Pulkit Samrat) also attends the wedding. He convinces Arfa to attend the wedding and also tells the truth about their relationship to Rohan’s parents. Everything is going well but then everyone together goes to the pub to celebrate. Here, Rohan sees Kuljinder Brar aka Kulli (Abhimanyu Singh). He loses his temper and then has to be taken home. Sunny is shocked to see all this. Rohan then reveals some secrets. After which there are many ups and downs in the film. You have to watch the full movie to see them.

Bejoy Nambiar has a good story. On paper, it would look like a great thriller. But the screenplay by Anjali Nair, Kartik R Iyer, Bejoy Nambiar and Nicola Lewis Taylor doesn’t do it completely justice. Some scenes are very well written and thought out, but then there are scenes which are too average and just add to the length of the script. Gunjeet Chopra and Bejoy Nambiar’s dialogues are not very good but some one liners in the first half are quite funny. However, the use of Punjabi for scenes in Pali and surrounding characters may make the audience feel the need for subtitles.

Bejoy Nambiar’s direction could have been better. There is no doubt that technically he is quite talented and he uses his knowledge and expertise to enhance the effect in many scenes. The use of red lights is particularly spectacular. Some scenes are extraordinary. However, he fails to hide the shortcomings of the script. The way Pali and his family work, even in Britain, is beyond comprehension. He has no fear of the law, even when Pali is in jail he has access to a cell phone. If this film was based in UP instead of UK, it would have looked more real. The first half is still fine but the second half is completely disappointing.

The beginning of Taish is quite thrilling which depicts the conflict and relationship between Pali and Kulli. Soon after, the entire focus of the film shifts to the Kalra family as they prepare for Krish and Mahi’s wedding. Here are some scenes worth watching. The film takes a different level when Sunny badly injures Kulli. The tragic scene of Krish’s death also adds to the impact of the film. But from here onwards the film staggers. As the story of the film progresses by two years and Rohan changes, it is a bit difficult to digest. However, there are some scenes that grab attention like Sunny tries to eliminate Pali in the jail and the pre-climax scene in the nightclub. But there are few good scenes. The finale seems to be lacking. This film of 2 hours 22 minutes seems too long.

Taish is adorned with scintillating performances by some of the actors who tried to rise above the script and give their best. Jim Sarbh has a lot of screen time and he does his best. Often he is seen doing more negative roles but here he has played the character of a sensible person who suits him. Harshvardhan Rane looks dashing and gives a first class performance. Pulkit Samrat is the surprise of the film. In this, he plays the role of an impulsive, stubborn man and gets into his character easily. He gets into the washroop action scene. Kriti Kharbanda looks stunning and delivers an impressive performance. Sanjeeda Sheikh is just fine as her character doesn’t come out well. Zoa Morani has a decent screen presence. Ankur Rathe looks good. Abhimanyu Singh is dependable as ever. Melissa Raju Thomas has left an indelible mark. Saurabh Sachdeva’s (Happy) performance is a sight to behold. Viraf Patel (Shozi) is fine but didn’t reveal how his character Kalra is known. Other actors who are decent are Ikhlaq Khan, Monisha Hasen, Armaan Khera (Jassi Brar), Saloni Batra (Sanobar Brar), Kunike Sadanand (BG), Mahavir Bhullar (Gyan Ji), Ekanshu Kumar Sharma (Sattu) and Shivanshu Pandey. . Ismail) .

The music disappoints. ‘Shehnai Baje Do’, ‘Jaago’ and ‘Sawan’ are slightly fine. The background score of Gaurav Godkhindi and Govind Vasant is slightly better. Harshveer Oberoi’s cinematography is apt. The jarring camerawork is interesting. Ian Van Temperle’s action is good as it is not too bloody. Gopika Gulwadi’s costume is alluring especially during the wedding sequence. Mandar D Nagaonkar’s production design is rich. Priyank Prem Kumar’s editing could have been a bit tighter. The film should have been shorter by 15 to 20 minutes.

Overall, Taish rests on an interesting storyline and some stellar performances. But the weak second half and excessive length reduce the impact of the film to a great extent.



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