‘Malang’ Movie Review: Aditya Roy Kapur & Disha Patani starrer romantic- action drama is high on thrills

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Directed By
Mohit Suri

Produced By
Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Luv Ranjan, Ankur Garg, Jay Shewakramani

Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani, Anil Kapoor, Kunal Kemmu, Amruta Khanvilkar, Angela Krislinzki, Elli AvrRam, Shaad Randhawa.

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Malang Movie review

What’s It About

The movie revolves around the life of a young couple Sara (Disha Patani) and Advait (Aditya Roy Kapur) who leave everything behind to set out on a journey of freedom. But their lives come crashing down when the two are involved in an incident with police officers Anjane Agashe (Anil Kapoor) and Michael Rodriguez (Kunal Kemmu). Now how they recover from this forms the rest of the plot.

What’s Hot

The plot is engaging and although there are some really predictable parts in the movie but as a whole it was thrilling. While the first half was not that pacing, the second half did hit the bull’s eye and that is when the movie really brings you to the edge of your seat.

Aditya Roy Kapur has done a stellar job and he was totally in his element this time. He brought out the angst of a revenge killer perfectly to the table. His physical transformation just took the action scenes a notch higher. Kunal Kemmu was quite the suprise and he too stood out in some scenes. Anil Kapoor was an absolute delight to watch. He was the perfect choice for this character and he will crack you up at times.
The screenplay of the movie was spot on most of the times and the background score too was just right. Mohit Suri’s direction was also great for the entire movie except some scenes where dialogues could have been sharper and to the point.

The music of the movie is hands down the best and it was a pleasant surprise to not have a single remake for a change. All the tracks were well placed and did not feel forced.From the word go the film was action packed with some plot twists that you will most probably see coming.

What’s Not

Disha Patani, she could have brought so much more energy to the movie. The first half could have been more crisp and it really did test your patience at some points but then your curiosity just gets the better of you.


One time watch for sure. You wouldn’t regret spending your money and it will definitely be a great flick for this weekend.


The movie might do well at the ticket counters as there isn’t any big budget movie clashing with it.

Check out the trailer below:

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