Dhaakad Movie Review: Kangana Ranaut’s Spy Thriller Barely Makes You Say ‘She’s On Fire’

Star Cast: Kangana Ranaut, Arjun Rampal, Divya Dutta, Sharib Hashmi, Tumul Balyan Director: Razneesh Ghai

Agent Agni (Kangana Ranaut) informs her opponent during a battle scene.”Jism se rooh alag karna business hain mera.” But what happens when a film is devoid of soul? Dhaakad Movie Review, Kangana Ranaut‘s latest film, is a mistake that leaves you unsatisfied despite a strong cast.

Dhaakad Trailer

What’s Good: There are a few things that make you forget about what’s coming up next.

What’s Bad: The action occurs throughout the film without a clear goal, making it tedious.

Dhaakad Movie Review : Story

Agent Agni aka Dragonfly (Kangana Ranaut) is tasked with rescuing a group of trafficked females in Budapest in Dhaakad. Agni completes her mission despite losing her buddy, code-named Seagull, in an ambush. Agni grudgingly flies down to India on the orders of her mentor-turned-intelligence head Ringmaster (Saswata Chatterjee) to apprehend Rudraveer (Arjun Rampal), the brains behind the international trafficking cartel and the coal mafia. Agni takes it upon herself to track him down after he has been missing for several years.

She also has a strange bond with Zaira, the daughter of one of her aides. Rudraveer continues to cause chaos with his unlawful activities and savage crimes alongside his girlfriend and business partner Rohini (Divya Dutta). Agni, on the other hand, quickly transforms into a killing machine, firing all of his firearms, slashing, and leaving a heap of dead bodies in his wake.

Dhaakad Movie Review : Direction

Dhaakad may have a great one-liner, but the writers Razneesh Ghai and Chintan Gandhi fail to craft an engaging plot. One of this spy thriller’s main flaws is its chaotic screenplay. The narrative’s continuous shifting between Budapest and India is a significant distraction.

Instead of a neat, sleek production, director Razneesh Ghai gives you a film that seems like a jumble of action sequences. Even Kangana’s character’s past is lacking in emotional resonance. The clumsy execution exacerbates the problem. You start to wonder whether this is what you signed up for as things become increasingly crazy, especially in the last half hour or so!

Read Also: Top Gun Maverick Movie Review

Connect with us on FacebookInstagramYouTube, and Twitter.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.