Download Anek Movie free full hd - Anek Movie review

Download Anek Movie free full hd - Anek Movie review

Download Anek Movie free full hd - Anek Movie review


Anek movie cast: Ayushmann Khurrana, J D Chakravarthy, Andrea Kevichusa, Manoj Pahwa, Kumud Mishra
Anek movie director: Anubhav Sinha
Anek movie rating: 2.5 stars


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After watching this film, my immediate instinct was that Anubhav Sinha had fallen into his own trap. It was only a matter of time for the 'law of averages' to kick in and make things more aware for his forthcoming undertakings after some spectacular attempts in Mulk, Article 15, Thappad.
 All of the preceding films tackled a serious issue, and Anek does as well, but the key distinction in why those films are entertaining is in the treatment of their issues. If there is no real link between the viewers and the issue, no matter how powerful your message is, it will fall flat.


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New Delhi: 'Anek' is a film that talks too much about North East India's lost past without presenting much of it. However, many films dealing with war and political turmoil seek for a delicate balance. Ayushmann Khurrana, Andrea Kevichüsa, Kumud Mishra, and Manoj Pahwa feature in 'Anek.'

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After 'Article 15,' it's amazing to see the three—Ayushmann, Kumud, and Manoj—reunite with Anubhav Sinha to bring yet another profoundly complex political text in the form of 'Anek.'

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Ayushmann Khurrana's Joshua looks uber-smart with cargos, zippers, and cigarettes, nailing his character's physical talents. Due to a complicated plot, it's the mental abilities that fall short. He never has the film to himself in order to make any kind of connection with the audience. Nagaland-based model Andrea Kevichüsa, who plays a boxer from Northeast India, defies the discussion over region-based representation in films. 

She's a fantastic fit for how effectively her character performs physically, but she takes a step back when it comes to acting in a moment that involves drama and emotions, comparable to Ayushmann's role.

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With the path he takes for this subject, Anubhav Sinha bites off more than he can chew. 'Didactic' is a common phrase in some comprehensive reviews of this film, but more than that, I believe the tale progressively devolves into a lecture in which you're left with no context for what's going on.

In every actual scene, Mangesh Dhakde's background score radiates 'chills.' Because of the pandemonium on-screen, it passes unnoticed, but I can still hear those typewriter clicks in my head. The songs of Anurag Saikia are more misses than hits. The title track is devoid of life.

A melancholy addition is the farmer's folk song. Oh, Mama! transports you to the world of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, and it's the only track available.

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The Last Word on Anek is a film directed by Anek.
After everything is said and done, Anek isn't a bad picture; it just happened to be released in the wrong shape and on the wrong platform. I'm still hoping that Anubhav Sinha can have the fortitude (and a few more details) to put on a riveting show about the same topic.

Two out of five stars!


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