The Villain


The Villain (2014)




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Guru is a quiet, tough and ruthless boy, working for a politician, Prahlad. A dark past refuses to let Guru sleep at night until he meets a girl, Aisha. He falls in love with her, his life changes and he convinces Aisha to get married to him. Guru even quits his job and moves from Goa to Mumbai to make a new beginning with Aisha. Just when things seem perfect, she falls prey to an attack. Devastated, Guru starts hunting the miscreant and is shocked to learn of his seemingly innocuous and simple identity. Something is amiss and Guru is unable to place a finger on the precise problem. Who is the real assailant? Does Guru succeed in getting even with the assailant? And what is the motive behind her killing? The plot thickens as the astonishing mystery unveils and new realizations come to the forefront. This visceral, hard-boiled edge-of-the-seat drama with romance and chart-busting music, comes from director Mohit Suri, renowned for his inimitable cult films, Woh Lamhe, Zeher, Awarapan, Raaz-2, and the recent Aashiqui-2. Balaji teams up with Suri on his first directorial feature outside the Mukesh Bhatt and Mahesh Bhatt banner. It also marks the first-time pairing of Sidharth and Shraddha.(c) Official Facebook


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Despite having watched "I Saw The Devil" already, I went for its Bollywood remake because all I could recall about "I Saw The Devil" was that I've watched it. Everything else about it has been wiped out from the memory, thanks to the ongoing health hazards. Anyways, I'm glad that I went for it because it was an engaging fare (the fast forward button may have helped the cause, though). Riteish Deshmukh wasn't incredible in a negative role, but he isn't used to playing this kind of role. Surprisingly, KRK's performance was quite impressive. Maybe because his character didn't essentially require him to put in any extra efforts, and all he needed was to act himself!! Sidharth Malhotra & Shraddha Kapoor give a top notch performance. While the dialogues are effective, the jokes used are quite worn out. Wished they'd used some better ones. Apart from that, nothing much to complain about. Enjoy and have fun.

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