Shamshera Movie Review: After four long years of waiting, the Ranbir Kapoor movie has finally opened in theatres. In 2018, he played the role of Sanju once more. The actor had just lost his father, and he was having a hard time. He is currently working on the musical Brahmstra, which has been praised by critics. In his double role as Shamshera, Ranbir is ready to light up the screen. Let’s take a closer look at the movie to see if it’s worth your time.
In the made-up city of Kaza, a terrible dictator named Shudh Singh locks up warrior tribes and makes them work for him. Shamshera is known as a tribal hero because he worked hard to protect the rights and dignity of his people. This is the story of a man who started out as a slave and ended up as a community leader and a legend. He always fights for the independence and pride of his people.
Cast & Crew
The main actors in the movie are not just Sanjay Dutt, Ronit Bose Roy, and Saurabh Shukla, but also Ranbir and Vaani Kapoor. Aditya Chopra is in charge of making this movie for Yashraj Films. Karan Malhotra is in charge of directing it. The editing is done by Shivkumar V. Panicker, the photography is done by Anay Goswamy, and the music is done by Mithoon.
|Genre||Action, Adventure, Drama|
|Cast||Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt, Ronit Bose Roy, Saurabh Shukla|
|Editor||Shivkumar V Panicker|
The movie takes place in a made-up city called Kaza, which you may have seen before in other movies. Even though the movie has a simple plot and old-fashioned style, the emotional impact will draw people in and keep them watching until the end. In the first few minutes of the movie, the setting is set up so that the characters and the world can be introduced. Once that’s done, the movie’s plot starts to take shape, making us want to see it to the end.
Ranbir does well in both of his roles as a father and a son who fights for justice and rises to positions of power. Even though there are some small differences, Shamshera’s beard and mustache are clearly fake. Anyone who sees them can tell that they were made with makeup. Even though Vaani Kapoor was only on screen for a short time, she made a big impression. Sanjay Dutt played yet another bad guy, and the rest of the cast did their best to fill the rest of the roles as the story required.
The photography by Anay Goswamy and the background music and songs by Mithoon make this movie look great. This project is made in the same way that Yash Raj movies are made, which are known for their high quality. Karan Malhotra, who made the movies Agneepath and Brothers, kept the plot simple and focused on how the characters’ feelings affected each other.
Lastly, Shamshera is definitely worth seeing in a theatre because of how well it is put together and how well its impressive ensemble performs.