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Movie Review – Rashtra Kavach: OM, Aditya Roy Kapur’s strong action scene but weak story – movie review rashtra kavach om

Actors: Aditya Roy Kapoor, Sanjana Sanghi, Jackie Shroff, Ashutosh Rana, Prakash Raj
Director: Kapil Verma
Category: Hindi, Action, Thriller
Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Rating: 2.5 / 5

Movie Review- Rashtra Kavach: If OM film has a lot of action, a lot of emotion, patriotic passion and a twist on the twist in the story, you will also think that just what more is needed for a hit film. Something similar may have been thought by filmmaker Ahman Khan while showing the green flag to the film ‘Rashtra Kavach: OM’. Introducing Aditya Roy Kapoor in a Dhansu action avatar for the first time, the film is full of patriotism. There is also the ups and downs of the father-son relationship. Who the real villain is is also a twist, but all of this is scattered throughout the story in such a way that no one feels connected to the camp. The screenplay is so melodramatic that everything seems to be forced out.

The story of ‘Rashtra Kavach Om’

In the first scene, Rona’s two top officials Jay Rathore (Ashutosh Rana) and Murthy (Prakash Rana) say in their conversation that Om Ron is the smartest commando. Only then does Om (Aditya Roy Kapur) enter and kill the enemies. The next moment he stands looking at the two men and his bullet hits him in the head. In the second scene he is shown in bed. Only then does he see a glimpse of a burning house and father and he takes a drip and stands up. He has lost his memory. At the same time he is attacked and Om, who fell unconscious two minutes ago, throws some attackers like toys.

Om’s father, the scientist Dev (Jackie Shroff), devised a shielding technique to detonate before a nuclear bomb could explode. He is accused of betraying the country by selling the technique to others. Now Om is on a mission to bring both the shield and the truth of the Father before the country. But the story is so light and lifeless that the film does not breathe life even after Aditya’s dhunadhar action. Dialogues like ‘Rakta Se Bada Rashtra Hota Hai’ and the background music of the film also seem old-fashioned.

Aditya has worked hard for his action avatar. His hard work is visible. Some choreographed action scenes also look good on screen, but these scenes have been seen in many films before. Sanjana Sanghi got nothing special except an action sequence, as her character is not well crafted. Ashutosh Rana seems to be the most honest actor as Om’s uncle and RA officer. Jackie Shroff’s tussle remains the same even in small roles. Prakash Raj has appeared rather than repeating himself. Lastly the twist also eats zola, all in all you can waste behind this action avatar of Aditya Roy Kapoor only if you have wasted time and money.

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