Bollywood, unlike any other, has always portrayed many things as no one else can. For instance, the Saheb, Biwi, Gangster franchise that has everything – massala, sex, story and next-level acting from various actors. With the release of Prassthanam on 20th September 2019, it had once again proved that if it is politics and gangsterism, no one can surpass the charm of Bollywood and its actors.
In this Prassthanam Movie review, we will be exploring why you should watch it and how brilliant it is. Starring Sanjay Dutt, Jackie Shroff, Manisha Koirala, Chunky Pandey, Ali Fazal, and Satyajeet Dubey, this movie had everything – the real face of politics, the perfect blend of acting and dialogue delivery and an engaging story.
The movie plot is staged were a political family is moving ahead to prepare for the upcoming elections. While establishing the background, the storyline moves ahead and reaches the first half. Although the second half is much better than the first, yet things have become crystal clear. But wait, the second half holds things that no one would ever expect.
The Baldev family faces a turmoil of choosing the political career or stop the fight within the family. Things are weaved perfectly one after the other which construct a righteous story. In the meantime, the Bollywood songs in the movie are inserted in the right proportion. Although, none of them seem to have become so famous it is accepted as they matter hardly – for us, maybe not for you.
The bloodshed creates chills and the insanity of Satyajeet Dubey empowers it more. There is one important thing that one must notice here – Jackie daa has very fewer dialogues in the movie yet his acting has spoken like anything. Sanju, like always has given the gravity to the character and has managed to hold the movie till the end. Chunky sir, on the other hand, has seemed to evolve, after Saahoo, this is a second back-to-back negative role that he has played with perfection. Not to forget Manish ma’am has contributed well in the movie. The leading ladies too looked charming but they seem to have less impact in a few scenes.
The best thing about Prassthanam movie is that there are a few scenes where the film director Dev Katta has tried to explain with a different angle. Wath this movie if you are a political drama cum gangster type film fans. Many have even decided to go and watch this movie after seeing our tweets, check here –
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