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Movie Info:


Full Name: War


Language: Hindi


Release Year: 2019


Size: 500MB & 1.2GB & 1.7GB


Quality: 480p & 720p, 1080p


Format: Mkv


Director: Siddharth Anand


Writers: Prakash Kapadia


Stars: Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan, Sharad Kelkar


Storyline:

India's top agent Kabir (Hrithik Roshan) leads the Elite Shadow Unit of R&AW, a compact group of the crème de la crème of the armed forces who are personally trained by him and work with him on various high-risk missions across the world. Among Kabir and Colonel Luthra’s key targets is an international arms baron Rizwan Ilyasi who has been key in various acts of terrorism against the country.


Khalid (Tiger Shroff) has fought his way up the ranks of the Indian armed forces. His greatest challenge and battle has been to fight against the sins of his father, once a decorated soldier working with Kabir who had turned a traitor. His ambition has been to join Kabir’s team to remove any stains on their family name. Kabir is not keen due to their past history, but Colonel Luthra requests him to, and gradually Kabir is also impressed by Khalid’s intense dedication and grit. Khalid becomes Kabir’s greatest soldier ever, flirting with death repeatedly in mission after the mission as they go after the country’s enemies, including a mission against Rizwan Ilyasi that nearly kills Khalid.


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Kabir, a secret agent, goes rogue after a mission to catch a terrorist goes awry. However, his boss sends Khalid, another agent, and his student, to track him down.


Release date: 2 October 2019 (India)


Director: Siddharth Anand


Budget: 150 crores INR


Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff, Vaani Kapoor, MORE


War movie review: Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff drama is high on action, low on story


War movie review: With swag, style, and sass in abundance, where are the substance in Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff’s new film?


War has swag, style, and sass in abundance, and comes peppered with high-octane action scenes, car-and-bike chases, and jaw-dropping series of twists. What else do you expect from a film that has Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff as the lead pair?


Directed by Siddharth Anand, War is an espionage thriller that serves you with just the right amount of action, humor and tops it with ridiculously good-looking people. However, don’t expect too much from the story because with two bonafide action stars fighting it out on the big screen, everything else is secondary.


War opens with Kabir (Hrithik Roshan), a rogue agent, killing his own. Through a flashback sequence, it is established how he met Khalid (Tiger Shroff) who went on to join his unit in an intelligence agency. The story takes an interesting turn when Khalid, who has always worshipped Kabir as his mentor, is assigned the task of finding and arresting him. Khalid is also supposed to find out why Kabir went bad and another flashback sequence post-intermission reveals his reasons.


Throughout War, Hrithik and Tiger’s on-screen camaraderie is on point. It is the USP of the film — just as the makers intended. Each frame where the two appear together receives whistles and cheers from fans. Whether they’re fighting or dancing, or just flaunting their six-pack abs and chiseled bodies — it’s nothing short of a visual treat. The best aspect of War is that no actor is aiming for one-upmanship, instead, you see them feeding off each other’s energy. There’s a pleasant comic vibe, too, between Hrithik and Tiger and director Siddharth Anand uses it cleverly without it sounding awkward.


Hrithik — Bollywood’s resident Greek god, unapologetically flaunts his age and swag. You’d love those wrinkles. Tiger — the hot favorite among youth — delivers an honest performance even though he seems absolutely star-struck by his reel and real-life mentor. But who’s complaining?


Unfortunately, War doesn’t give any scope to its female lead to perform. Vaani Kapoor only appears in the film in its second half, and before you can even understand what her role in the plot is, she disappears. The 20-minute forced cameo, with a song thrown in, doesn’t impress one bit. Vaani’s role seems to be limited to adding glamour to the film. It’s sad that even in today’s day and age, that’s what many filmmakers cast female actors in their films for.


And you’ll feel the same for supporting actors too. Fine performers such as Ashutosh Rana and Soni Razdan are wasted in War, even though they somewhat justify their screen time with whatever little comes their way. Anupriya Goenka, however, does make her presence felt.


The one element that you get in abundance in War is beautifully-choreographed action. The first half has these sequences in plenty and it only gets better in the second half. Shot at exotic international locales like Morocco and Portugal, as well as Delhi and Kerala, the film excels in the action department. War gives a callback to action extravaganzas such as Mission Impossible and Fast & Furious, and Hrithik’s earlier outings Dhoom 2 and Bang Bang.

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Amid all this, you wonder what happened to the story if at all there was any. Just like we had Saaho a month back which was all things action but no story, War to make you question why filmmakers don’t put enough thought into having a substantial plot. War suffers from a relatively weak screenplay that does not go unnoticed as the two good-looking actors overshadow everything else.


Also, no matter which genre a film belongs to, if it’s Bollywood, you can’t do without songs. However, we have no complaints as it is a treat to watch Tiger and Hrithik dancing together. Jai Shivshankar might seem like it came out of nowhere but when these two show you their moves, you just can’t enough of them.


War, a big spectacle film, is definitely worth a watch for the sheer joy of seeing this dream pair of Hrithik and Tiger on the silver screen.