Rowdy Rathore Movie review
Rowdy Rathore is one of the latest bollywood releases which is a remake of Telugu film Vikramarkudu. The movie is based on the story of a thief (Shiva) and a dedicated Police officer (Vikram Rathore). Both the roles are done by Akshay Kumar. Paro (Sonakshi Sinha) is the lover of Shiva. At some point of time Shiva is taking the responsibility of Pinki, who is ASP Rathore’s only daughter. Meanwhile, Shiva was targetted by some goons mistaking him for Vikram Rathore since both Shiva and Rathore got the same look. Later on the story unravels and the cop dies. In the later stage, Shiva takes over the role of Rathore and dealing with the Villain characters (Nassar and Supreeth Reddy) in a very comic way. Everything is sorted out at the end with the death of the two villains.
In Rowdy Rathore, Akshay Kumar is returning to silver screen in his action role after a long period. The movie is directed by Prabhu Deva and this is his second attempt in bollywood, after the blockbuster Wanted starred Salman Khan. Vikram Rathore cop uniform, black glasses, and moustache reminds you of Chulbul Pandey in Dhabang. But the role of Shiva is a comic character.
Rowdy Rathore is a full time entertainer and it has all the ingredients, action, comedy and masala necessary to announce it as a theatre blockbuster. There is no lag in the movie from the beginning to the end. It has all the taste of a South Indian flick rather than a bollywood movie. The dialogues of Shiva is very catchy like “Don’t Angry me” and “You are strongly welcome” and I am sure the youngsters will definitely repeat these lines. When you go to watch the movie, leave your brain at home and enjoy the movie in the theatre.
I watched the movie at Satyam Cineplex in Mall of Mysore. I had a very bitter experience yesterday. I bought a set of vegetable Samosa during the interval from the restaurant provided inside but it was spoiled. At the end of the show I went to report the same with the pieces I bought, they were ready for a refund but I was not willing to take it. They have to remember one thing, I opted for Satyam due to its brand value and if they serving the fowl food it will definitely affect the reputation of the theatre only. They have to serve the best quality food to their customers since we are not allowed to take any eatables from outside.