Director: Sanjay Gupta
Story: Sanjay Masoon, Vijay Kumar Mishra
Producer: Rakesh Roshan
Stars: Hrithik Roshan, Yami Gautam, Ronit Roy, Rohit Roy
Strength: Acting, Story, Cinematography
Weakness: Few unrealistic scenes
PLOT: “Kaabil” is a Bollywood movie based on a sad story of a blind man. The movie begins with Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithik) meeting up with Supriya (Yami), a match fixed by a common friend. They start going out and eventually falls in love. Afterwards, they tie the knot. Things were going fine until Amit and Aasim came to the scene. The two kept teasing Hrithik and Yami because it gives them gratification. Suddenly, the movie takes a tragic turn as his wife gets killed. Rohan is ruptured by the desire to take revenge, thus signaling the tragic vengeance of a desperate blind man.
REVIEW: The movie was directed by Sanjay Gupta and he did a great job with it. The story of this movie was well written, though the clear highlight was Hrithik's dazzling performance. He was susceptible as a lover and as dangerous as a killing-machine when taking revenge on his wife's killers. Yami Gautam provides the perfect supporting role for the movie's story to become strong, making the chemistry with Hrithik especially scintillating. Ronit Roy played the part of a villain perfectly. The movie had some scenes which were unrealistic, but overall it was a good watch. The cinematography was done by Sudeep Chatterjee and the music was composed by Resul Pookutty. The movie had two remixes of Rajesh Roshan's hit songs – “Saara Zamana” and “Dil Kya Karen”.
Reviewed by Sheikh Sayem Ahmed