Movie Review: Kill

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Movie Review: Kill

If the film 'Kill' has been called the 'most violent and bloody' film in the trailer, then it is not wrong at all. This is the bloodiest film of Indian cinema. It is definitely not for the weak hearted. Although we have seen bloody games in Hollywood films like 'Bullet Train' and 'Train to Busan', but the way the Holi of blood is played between the hero and the villain in director Nikhil Nagesh Bhatt's 'Kill' not only surprises you, but also does not let you move from your seat.

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What is the story of the film 'Kill'?

You must have heard the saying, 'Dil Jala Hai, Duniya Jalakar Rakhen Dega', yes, the seed of the story of 'Maar' also sprouts from there. When National Security Commando Amrit Rathod (Lakshya), who has returned from a special operation, comes to know that his girlfriend Tulika (Tanya Maniktala) is getting engaged, he goes to Tulika's house to stop the engagement, but by then the engagement has already taken place. Now Tulika, her father Baldev Singh Thakur (Harsh Chhaya) and their family board a train from Ranchi to Delhi. Amrit is travelling in the same train with his commando friend Abhishek Chauhan (Veeresh Chatwal). During the journey, Amrit proposes Tulika for marriage by putting a ring on her finger in the washroom, but both of them are unaware that on the way, a big gang of ruthless robbers and murderers has boarded their train, whose leader is a monster like Phani (Raghav Juyal) and his cruel father Beni (Ashish Vidyarthi). These robbers are not ordinary robbers but a gang of bloodthirsty people who are equipped with jammers and deadly weapons. These 20 ruthless robbers, who can go to any extent to rob, start a bloodbath in the train, but there are only two people in the train to face the people, Amrit and Abhishek. Will these brave commandos be able to face these killers or will they be sacrificed, you will have to watch the film to know this.

Watch the trailer of the film 'Kill' here

The director has kept the script of 'Kill' tight

Among the nine emotions of cinema, romance, humor and compassion have been more prominent, but in the recent past, after violent films like 'Animal', the audience's interest has awakened towards gruesome emotions and director Nikhil Nagesh Bhatt's film, true to its title, embarks on such a journey of mass destruction that the audience is stunned. Many people may call this film of the director, who showed the fierce form of the heroine in his previous film Apoorva, a film glorifying violence, but the director tries his best to justify this brutal bloodshed that why is a commando who cuts off the heads of enemies on the border forced to create bloodshed inside the train? Why does the protector himself become a monster in front of these monsters? The length of the film is its plus point. Instead of wasting time in developing the love track, the director comes straight to the point and after that, from the point of view of story and treatment, this train starts galloping like a flying queen.

The action choreography of the film 'Kill' is superb

The lack of breathing space in the story makes you very restless. The choreography of the action in the limited space of the train is amazing and you are initially shocked by the growing pile of corpses in the story, but then you start enjoying the gruesomeness by becoming a part of it. The bodies of the dead are cut and beaten in places you can't even imagine. Rafe Mahmood's cinematography, Shivkumar V Panikar's editing, treatment and background music are also strong. The action choreography of the film is sensationally designed by Yeong Oh and Parvez Sheikh, but yes its shock value is enough to disturb you.

Raghav Juyal was seen in the role of villain in 'Kill'

Lakshya has portrayed the passion of becoming a protector and a monster in such a brilliant way that the audience starts justifying his work. A new action star has emerged in Bollywood as Lakshya, but Raghav Juyal's brutality, body language and dialogue delivery as the villain Funny attracts you more. Veeresh Chatwal has given good support as the friend Abhishek. Tulika's role as the heroine is not very big, but it is a turning point in terms of the story and Tanya Maniktala has played it beautifully. Ashish Vidyarthi has been brilliant as always in the role of Beni. Harsh Chhaya has made his presence felt as Baldev Singh Thakur.

Why watch –People with weak heart should not watch this movie at all, yes those who are fond of violent movies can enjoy it.

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