Plot: Shakib Khan is an undercover detective. He meets Bobby, a painter during one of his missions in Bandarban. He falls in love with her but fails to express his feelings because of the secretive nature of his profession. In the meantime, Bobby falls for another Police Officer.
Malek Afsari’s 26th film, ‘Full and Final’ is a movie that falls into so many genres that it’s hard to label it as just one. Romeo (Shakib Khan) and Rimjhim (Bobby) with the addition of Abid (Tanvir) makes it a masala movie – perfect to quench the thirst of the entertainment-hungry audience. The movie takes off with an action-detective genre feel to it, but loses track to a triangular love story. The action detective element of the film remains constant throughout the movie. The introduction of unnecessary characters like Kabila feels more like a time-filler than anything else. Shakib Khan plays his role with his usual Shakib-style. He couldn’t bring anything new to the table. Fairly new to the industry, Bobby plays the role of a painter; she has the sex appeal but she still fails to capture the attention of the audience. Her acting is inept and so is the role of Rimjhim. The character of Abid appears with a promise to engage the viewer with a new layer in the storyline. Alas! His character is dealt miserably by the writers. He is there only to lengthen the runtime. The editing of the movie is somewhat above average other than some freaky animations here and there. One or two of the songs are entertaining with good choreography. Considering all factors, ‘Full and Final’ is made to benefit from Shakib Khan’s popularity and Bobby’s attractiveness.
by Zia Nazmul Islam