Cuttputlli Movie Review: During the time of the pandemic, Akshay Kumar was the only actor to have a lot of success. But the actor’s recent projects, such as “Bachchan Pandey,” “Raksha Bandhan,” and “Samrat Prithviraj,” all failed. Akshay Kumar’s new movie, Cuttputlli, is now available on the Disney+Hotstar OTT service (September 02, 2022). Let’s take a close look at the movie to see if it helps Akshay Kumar get back to being a top actor in the Hindi film industry.
In the story “Cuttputlli,” Arjun, a poor film director, joins the police force after his father dies. He starts working even though he doesn’t like the job much because he needs to support his family. On the other hand, schoolgirls have been killed one after another in the city of Kasauli. As the murderer leaves no clues, Arjun starts an investigation using the information he has gathered for his film. He comes to the conclusion that the murderer has been found.
Cast & Crew
Akshay Kumar plays the main character in the movie Cuttputlli. Rakul Preet Singh, Sargun Mehta, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Chandrachur Singh, Shahid Latief, and Jitendra Rai also have important parts. The movie is made by Ranjit M. Tiwari and produced by Vashu Bhagnani, Jackky Bhagnani, and Deepshikha Deshmukh. The movie’s script and dialogue were written by Aseem Arrora, and Rajeev Ravi was in charge of the camera work. A composer named Zeus Tanishk Bagchi made the music.
|Director||Ranjit M Tiwari|
|Music Director||Dr. Zeus Tanishk Bagchi|
|Producer||Vashu Bhagnani, Jackky Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh|
|Cast||Akshay Kumar, Rakul Preet Singh, Sargun Mehta, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Chandrachur Singh, Shahid Latief, Jitendra Rai|
Everyone knows that “Cuttputlli” is a remake of the Tamil movie “Ratsasan,” which was a huge hit. Even though this is a remake, it doesn’t get the same amount of attention as the original. But the scenes didn’t have enough tension, so this movie was boring to watch. A few changes were made to the original to make it more familiar to people who speak Hindi.
When it comes to acting, Akshay Kumar often looks like he doesn’t want to work on this project because he looks tired in most of the scenes. Some dramatic parts are where he shines, though. Rakul Preet Singh doesn’t do a good job, and she doesn’t belong as a teacher. The other actors and actresses all did what their parts called for.
The way the movie looks is fine. The background music by Tanishk Bagchi goes well with what’s happening on screen and makes you feel tense. The cinematography by Rajeev Ravi is one of the movie’s best parts because, even though it was shot in some beautiful places, it perfectly captures the movie’s dark mood. The quality of the movie’s production meets all requirements.
Even though he tried hard, director Ranjit M. Tiwari couldn’t change the environment built in Tamil very much.
If you haven’t seen the Tamil original, Cuttputlli is yet another Hindi remake that will make some people happy.