Lal Kaptaan Movie Review – The Best Revenge Story of 2019

Lal Kaptaan Movie Review
Advertisements

Set in the early 1700s, Lal Kaptaan, Starring Saif Ali Khan and Deepak Dobriyal among other prominent actors is probably the best revenge story released in 2019. It isn’t our love speaking for the star cast but it also gets extended to the writer, director, and cinematographers. Not to mention the costume and design team, this Anand L Rai production hits the chord perfectly.

With more improved acting and perfectly delivered dialogues, this movie has spoken lengths as to why Bollywood has the true gems that no one else has. Okay, enough about that, let’s talk about why Lal Kaptaan should be watched. See, irrespective of where you watch it, we just want you to watch it. The perfectly blended mix of drama and mystery that lies in this movie along with the darkness, you will certainly take a bath in the blood of revenge.

This what we concluded after the first half had concluded –

Advertisements

Lal Kaptaan Movie Review – Why watch it?

For a perfect storyline and how Saif delivers eye-catching performance right from the first scene.
For its cinematography. Anand L Rai is famous for delivery something new and different every time. With Lal Kaptaan, the legacy simply continues.
For a balanced star-cast and an evolving story at every chance.
Saif and Deepak have established their presence via their unique performances, you just have to sit there and enjoy it.
The villain aka Rehmat khan played by Manav Vij stands for its unique nature of evil.
For Lal Pari – that is the single most addictive character with a heavy screen presence but for less and balanced time.

This what we said when the complete movie was over –

Watch the movie Lal Kaptaan now while it is in theatres near you.

Advertisements
Advertisements
Filmee Boy
Hi, this is your Filmee Boy! About me? Well, I am a "Bakchod" who performs way better than "Thugs of Hindustan" by firing "Andhadhun" words. I am the "Simmba" jo kr leta hai har "Stree" ko "Raazi". I am the "Padman" who has always stood at "102 Not Out". Last time when you were being a "Fanney Khan" at one of your "Veere Di Wedding", I was ruling the "Baazaar" of Bollywood by singing "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga".