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Mr. Kapoor and Mr. Shroff, stars of an earlier generation, are well cast and well matched. Where a '70s Hindi film might pit villagers against an evil landowner, "Aurangzeb" paints a more complex picture of villainy.
Aurangzeb keeps you engaged as it reimagines the classic Bollywood trope of brothers on opposite sides of the law and the potential redemption of filial love. Sadly, cynicism and ambivalence are the modern components to this narrative.
Dealing with many subplots, Sabharwal becomes oblivious he is diluting the intensity of the screenplay making it less enthralling for audiences.
Too many characters & drags a bit towards the ending, but I liked the story alright. Having a negative ending is becoming typical, so for a change, I wasn't totally disappointed by the ending here. May add more someday, if at all..
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