Batla House review
John Abraham, Mrunal Thakur
T-Series, Emmay Entertainment, JA Entertainment, Bake My Cake Films
Rochak Kohli, Tanishk Bagchi, Ankit Tiwari, Stereo Nation
John Abraham starrer Batla House is based on Batla House encounter, officially known as Operation Batla House. The incident took place on September 19, 2008, against Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorists in Batla House locality in Jamia Nagar, Delhi. Here is Batla House review which might help you to watch it.
Batla House Review
Story of the movie:
The movie begins by showing a series of blasts carried out by the Indian Mujahideen. People are pointing fingers at the police for not being able to do anything. In retaliation, Delhi Police’s special cell carries out an encounter at Batla House. Unfortunately, the people and the media consider the encounter as fake and its victims as students (not terrorists). ACP Sanjay Kumar (John Abraham) tries his best to prove his team’s righteousness and it’s only at the end that he succeeds
John Abraham has delivered a brilliant performance in the film. He is perfectly cast in the role. Ravi Kishan, who essays the role of KK, has a very small role but has played his part well. While, Mrunal Thakur has done justice to her role.
The film’s music if good. Songs like O Saki and Rula Diya are already hit among the audience.
The film’s direction is good. Dialogues are catchy. The art and makeup department have done a decent job to give the audience a visual connect with the characters and locations. The action sequences are well choreographed.
Watch Or Not:
You can watch it if you are a fan of cop dramas.