Wazir Hindi Movie Review: New Hindi Movie Which is going to come on big screen on jan 8th world wide with new combination Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar Wazir Hindi Movie will break the records of Farhan Akhtar Bhaag Milkha Bhaag Movie . According to censor board the movie story is completely deponds Wazir is a tale of two unlikely friends, a wheelchair-bound chess grand master and a brave ATS officer. Brought together by grief and a strange twist of fate, the two men decide to help each other win the biggest games of their lives. But there’s a mysterious, dangerous opponent lurking in the shadows, who is all set to checkmate them. So Guys here you Can find Wazir Hindi Movie Review, Rating, Story plot, first day collection in B-town this reports are updated by Bollywood Critics
Wazir Hindi Movie Review & Story Plot By Critics
Wazir Hindi Movie Review:The film captures the unusual bonding between two men, separated by age and experience, suffering the common pain of losing their child. Danish (Farhan Akhtar), an ATS officer loses his daughter while on a impromptu mission. His wife (Aditi Rao Hydari) severes all ties with him. Destiny then draws him towards Guruji (Amitabh Bachchan), a chess champion who is recovering from the loss of his daughter as well. Anything more than the basics will be a spoiler, so we’ll have to hold it at that.
There are too many stories overlapping in the same narrative, which demands greater efficiency from the director and a longer attention span from the audience.Director Bejoy Nambiar can be faulted for the way he tells his story. If you have watched any of his earlier films, you’ll know that he is voguish to the core but his film always has that essential wholesome factor missing. It is a shame because the man has immense potential, which is evident in the way sets the canvas but somewhere the overstylizing takes away from the film’s soul.
The only reason why you invest in the characters of this film is because of its actors. Both Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar let their eyes do most of the talking. But the film proves how far an actor can go in making people invest in the story. Even if you can sense the climax of this film from miles away, the actors render a heartfelt quality in each of their performances, making you connect to the pathos of their characters. Unlike Shaitan, where its women were the linchpin (remember the outrageous condom scene?) Aditi Rao Hydari is reduced to a mere prop in the story. For an actor who is capable of much more, her character in the film is not adequately fleshed out. She, however, lends whatever little depth to the film that she has scope of. Neil Nitin Mukesh is exquisite in his limited part in the movie. We can finally forgive him for the needless GOT joke he had popped our way a few months back. Manav Kaul does a satisfactory job but his character required a better build up.
Wazir Hindi Movie Artistes’ Performances:
First things first…the best aspect about the film are the terrific performances by the lead actors. Both Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan are stellar in their roles. Big B is brilliant in the scene where he reminisces about his dead wife, and also in the final scene. Farhan provides perfect foil to his senior costar, and he brings various nuances to his anguished performance. The film is watchable because of these two actors. Aditi Rao Hydari lets her eyes speak a lot, though she is saddled by a weak role. The first half has some tense moments, leading to the introduction of the mysterious Wazir (played by Neil Nitin Mukesh). Though they appear rather frequently and sometimes forced, the songs are pleasant to hear.
Wazir Hindi Movie Technical Excellence:
A thriller is like a chess game; it’s only fun if the opponent plays some brilliant unpredictable moves. Unfortunately for Wazir, which ironically is based around chess, the script offers very predictable moves, which we can easily guess even if you have half a brain. Not only that, the film even foretells its moves much before it actually makes them (the scene that establishes why Danish meets Panditji, because the latter ‘lost’ his wallet at the graveyard is the biggest giveaway). Bejoy covers the script’s secrets with a see-thru blanket. Most unforgivable is the way how he treated the Welfare Minister’s character. This was one character that could have been shrouded in mystery, but instead has his cover blown up quite early in the film. The Wazir mystery also, despite the impressive buildup, turns out to be a predictable letdown. The film is filled with convenient loopholes like how a suspended cop manages to use police resources so much like tapping a minister’s phone call, organising nakabandi and also how one particular character manages to hoodwink everyone, despite his limitations. The film also uses flashbacks, either to enlighten audience too much (by showing the same scene twice), or to fool them a la Kahaani. Actually, the film suffers from a hangover of both Kahaani and Talaash (a cop and his estranged wife grieving over their dead child). John Abraham is wasted in an insipid cameo while Neil Nitin Mukesh is…let’s say…like Modi’s Achche Din!
Wazir Hindi Movie Rating – (3/5)
- Amitabh Bachchan
- Farhan Akhtar
The film doesn’t feel like it’s directed by Bejoy Nambiar, as the film lacks his flair for technical finesse as seen in Shaitan and David.
Wazir Hindi Movie Analysis:
Watch the film only for the impressive performances of Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar.Wazir movie is totally based on game and it is mysterious type of movie. Those who likes this type of this movie, they must watch “Wazir”. The most important thing is that there is no any adult scene of this movie, so those who want to watch this movie with their family they can watch easily and comfortably. The game of chess apparently that is an important part of the film and the trailer advice that it would be highly action packed thriller. The trailer is also shows some relation between Farhan and Aditi with a tuneful romantic path in surroundings. Star cast of this movie is too famous and will be played fabulous acting in this movie by which you can satisfy of this movie. However, if you are looking for a good thriller, you might go disappointed