Cast: Sidharth Malhotra, Manoj Bajpayee, Rakul Preet Singh, Pooja Chopra, Naseeruddin Shah, Adil Hussain
Director: Neeraj Pandey
Rating: (1.5) stars out of 5
Duration: 2 hours 40 minutes
Aiyaary Movie Review: From Bollywood to Hollywood, there are many films in which secret service agents are made but they are not avoided even if they are caught they are not more. Secret agents are also very familiar! Regardless of their patriotism, they are so full of them that they are ready to take every risk! Many films including ‘Chamku’ and the recently released ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ have been made on such daring and embarrassing agents in Bollywood.
Director Neeraj Pandey has been a well-coordinated director and his films are always expected of an X Factor. So far, as a producer-director, he is right about his work but, he looks a bit confused about ‘Aiyaari’. ‘Aiyaari’ means a detective who specializes in changing the form.
The story of ‘Aiyaari’starts with Colonel Abhay Singh (Manoj Bajpai) and Major Jai Bakshi (Siddharth Malhotra), Both of them work for the Indian Army but, things become such that Jai suddenly starts trying to disappear from Delhi. On the other side Abhay, who is also the master of Jai, is astonished and cannot understand why Jai is doing this so? There is also the love of Jai, Sonia (Rakul Preet) in the story! The story revolves around Kashmir, London, coming back to Delhi!
It is also interesting to see that some intelligent agents in the film, which is known only to the Chief of the Army Staff and the Defense Minister, who are trying to wipe out the enemies of the country! In the systems involved in politics and corruption, retired from the Force in front of the District President, his associate maintains a company deal, in which arms prices are four times and his brokerage is quite large. But the honest army chief refuses to accept this deal. In return, they get threatened that they have established their secret department for which they have spent the government money without any permission, as corruption will bring them to the public! From here it starts to roll back the layer rate!
Weakest Part In The Film Is Script
The weakest aspect of Neeraj Pandey’s ‘Aiyaari’ is the script. In this 2 hour and 40-minute film, 2 hours and 25 minutes have been put on the army’s brokerage and its execution! The impact of this corruption on the country and the people of the country will be affected, but it is shown in the climax. Neeraj Pandey ends up climax talking about the corruption of a building! It is not clear if his symbolism shoots a single officer with himself! Neeraj Pandey has always given a better treatment in his film, but this time his screenplay also appears in pieces!
Taking About Acting
Talking about acting, surely, Manoj Bajpai is completely enlightened in ‘Aiyaari’ and at every opportunity! However, I had great hopes from Charming Siddharth Malhotra. They have all the qualities of becoming a superstar, but watching this film, do not think they take their movies very seriously? As a military detective, his body lacks energy and dynamics. The character of Adil Hussain is not big, but when he comes, he comes to know about the curtain. Rakul Preert is a sensitive artist and he can have very good expectations in the future. Kumud Mishra is a strong actor, and in this film he has also recorded his strong presence. Pooja Chopra has played her character well! Artists such as Anupam Kher and Naseeruddin Shah have been completely lost in vain.
Overall, Neeraj Pandey’s film ‘Aiyaari’, which was expected to be a lot, did not come true on his expectations! If you go see it like a logical spider, you will feel disappointed. Otherwise it can be seen once like a common movie.