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Darbar Movie Review

Darbar Movie Review

Release Date: Thursday 9th January 2020

Cast:

Rajinikanth, Nayanthara, Nivetha Thomas, Suniel Shetty, Yogi Babu, Sriman, Prateik Babbar, and others

Story

Aaditya Arunachalam (Rajinikanth) is a police officer with his own rules. He may seem a bad cop but he goes against the rules only to eliminate criminals, to make the society free of crime.

He is deputed in Mumbai city as commissioner of police and he deals with the drug mafia ruthlessly, he encounters them.

He lives with his only daughter Valli (Nivetha Thomas) and their life is in danger from a local don. 

Analysis:

Director Murugadoss used to make gripping commercial action movies like Ghajini and Thupaki which had connected to all sections of audiences and worked in all languages but his recent movies have 

been off the mark. These films prove that he is completely out of form.

Despite teaming up with the biggest superstar Rajinikanth, Murugadoss has not done proper work on the script. With a thin plot and formulaic writing, the director has completely relied on 

Rajinikanths swag. 

A strong villain characterization, a terrific romantic thread, and a unique point have been the common features of Murugadosss old blockbusters but here none of these elements can be seen.

The main villain has cardboard characterization, the angle of drug mafia is beaten to death and the romantic thread between Nayanthara and Rajinikanth lacks effervescence.

However, Rajinikanths bad cop mannerisms, his trademark villain act, and style have made the first half an enjoyable experience. Added to that the proceedings in the first half have ended in a jiffy. By the post interval, the audiences come to know who the villain is and his motives, the only thing left is the hero getting to know the villains identity. Here, the screenplay has suffered big 

time. There is no big reveal in the end.

Although there is one clap worthy fight sequence in a metro station and a touching sentiment scene between father and daughter played by Rajinikanth and Nivetha, the prolonged second half with 

plain and dreary proceedings has undone. 

The last half hour and the climax are a huge letdown. 

In a nutshell, director AR Muguadoss has placed a huge burden on 69 year old Rajinikanths feeble shoulders to carry the movie. Darbar ends as a half backed commercial potboiler. 

Greatandhra

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