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Malang – Unleash the Madness: Film Review – From One High To The Next

By Alisha Fernandes 07 February, 2020 2 min read
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Malang – Unleash the Madness: Film Review – From One High To The Next

Verdict: A dose of love mixed with action that gets you high on thrill and suspense.

Losing someone you love is painful and heartbreakingly tragic, more so if they’ve been murdered. Directed by Mohit Suri, Malang – Unleash the Madness is a movie that takes you through a complex story of enduring love and vehement revenge. Fasten your seatbelts as you go on a roller coaster ride with Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani to experience not just the highs and thrills but also the lows and harsh realities of life.

What’s Malang – Unleash the Madness About:

Advait (Aditya Roy Kapur) meets Sara (Disha Patani) during his trip to Goa. It’s an instant attraction between the two who go about living wild and free. Right from jumping out of planes, diving into the oceans, and doing drugs, these two live the Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara life. Just when they think that life can’t get any better, a twist in the story sends everything spiraling out of control. Five years later, we see Advait transformed from an introvert who loved adventure to a ripped man seeking revenge. On Christmas Eve, Advait makes a call to Anjaney Agashe (Anil Kapoor), a drunk and rogue cop to inform him that yeh raat bohot lambi hone wali hai as there are going to be some murders. This phone call sends Agashe and Michael Rodriguez (Kunal Kemmu), an upright cop on a cat and mouse chase.

What Works:

Aditya Roy Kapur steals the show in Malang – Unleash the Madness with both the introvert and bad boy versions of himself. His screen presence draws you in and keeps you wanting for more. Advait and Sara’s chemistry gives you the feels and their time of adventuring makes you feel like going on an adrenaline-filled vacation. Kunal Khemu plays out his character brilliantly. He’s the good cop that wants to do everything by the book, unlike Agashe whose personal tragedy causes him to be an encounter-and-kill kind of cop. Anil Kapoor is in his element and his character fits right into his comfort zone. Each character has absorbing and intriguing backstories that connect to the present with surprising twists and turns.

What Could’ve Been Better:

Malang – Unleash the Madness is a film that takes a considerable part of the movie to set the story up but doesn’t take enough time to unravel the story with depth and conviction.

Why You Should Watch:

Malang – Unleash the Madness is an entertainer through and through. Get ready to laugh, cry, and hold your breath as the film has action, thrill, romance, and suspense, all wrapped up in one. Also, stay for the mid-credit scene which hints at future possibilities.

Tags: #Action#Aditya Roy Kapur#Anil Kapoor#Disha Patani#Drama#hindi#hindi reviews#Kunal Kemmu#Malang - Unleash The Madness#mohit suri#romantic
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Alisha Fernandes
Writer. Musician. Dog lover.

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