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The highlight of the film is Hrithik's bravura performance. He is vulnerable as a lover and menacing as a killing-machine. Half a star in the movie-rating is reserved for his all-time best performance here.
[Hrithik Roshan's] perfectly nuanced performance is the reason you'll enjoy the thrills of Kaabil.
Hrithik Roshan re-defines male privilege in Kaabil, his latest revenge drama, and serves it up with a distasteful flourish.
Kaabil is a surprisingly easy-to-watch film that keeps its eye on the ball.
It is evident, early on, that Rohan and Supriya's blindness was pencilled into the script as a public relations peg in a desperate attempt to make the film somewhat relevant, because there's literally nothing else that sets it apart in any way.
Ultimately, Roshan's sincerity carries the film, which would otherwise flounder in its own plot holes.
Hrithik Roshan too rises up to the challenge, and channels the fundamental sweetness and innocence of his screen persona to make Rohan a no-brainer hero.
Kaabil is a B-grade genre film elevated by the blazing talent of its lead player -- Hrithik Roshan. Hrithik invests so much sweat and sincerity in this slim story that he forces us to stay invested in it.
Kaabil is not extraordinary, but it has all the elements of a 'masala' potboiler. The catch is that it's been dished out in a typical Bollywood style which may not give it a novelty. But there isn't any particular reason for not watching it.
It's not good, exactly, but I can't say it's not watchable on some far-out level.
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