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Raazi binds the audiences throughout the journey: Raazi movie review
Trio Alia Bhatt, Meghna Gulzar and Vicky Kaushal fits in the movie in their own conquest. Thriller and action movie Raazi is based on novel Calling Sehmat directed by Meghna Gulzar in production of Dharma Productions and Junglee Pictures. Raazi is based on Indo-Pakistan mid war 1971.
Alia as Sehmat latched on to all the expressions of fear, pain and bravery. Alia is panic striken in scenes when comes to be a splendid spy so as to not get red handedly under arrest. When you watch her with that expression, you try to fill in her shoes as those scenes make you hold your hands tight and make you realize that what it is when comes the cause of your nation. Alia acting overall has been breath taking as she arose from the entertaining and romance to thrill and action. Alia in Raazi brings out five most important characters a daughter, a spy, a daughter in law, a merciful woman and wife. Five in one character is not possible unless you are able to fit in vogue of others.
Vicky Kaushal on the other hand has minimal dialogs yet action speaks louder than words and Vicky Kaushal proved so.
Vicky Kaushal as Iqbal and Alia Bhatt as Sehmat would not have been possible if Meghna direction was missing. Meghna fitting the right characters at right moment of time with right actions makes the audience to take a stand for the nation.
The dialog “Watan ke aaga Kch bhi nhi, khud bhi nhi” will bring goosebumps.
Soni Razdan is in supporting character.
Raazi released before mothers day is relatable as Women always tough themselves from outer core and being soft from inner core will protect their love ones regardless of cause they are suffering from.