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16 Feb, 2018
2 hrs 40 mins
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Based on the true story of a mentor and student duo, Aiyaary tells the tale of two strong-minded Army officers, who face clashes owing to their difference in opinion. While Manoj Bajpayee plays the mentor, Sidharth Malhotra plays his protege and Rakul Preet Singh is Sidharth's love interest in the movie, playing the role of an IT professional.
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Verdict: A typical Neeraj Pandey thriller. Neeraj Pandey is known for his thriller movies and he has added another one to his list with Aiyaary. With a renown cast of stellar actors like Manoj Bajpayee, Anupam Kher and Naseeruddin Shah, the movie has everyone excited for another gem from the director. What Aiyaary's About: The []... ...Read full review
Aiyaary has all the makings of a Neeraj Pandey thriller. The honest and dutiful officer Colonel Abhay Singh (Manoj Bajpayee) leads covert operations with a select group of officers. Things go awry for him and his team when Sidharth Malhotras Jai Bakshi the brightest of the lot goes rogue. Abhay Singh has to track him down while defending everything he believes in. ...Read full review
Set in multiple locations Delhi, London, Cairo Aiyaary is the story about Major Jai Bakshi (Sidharth Malhotra) going rogue. Post infinite minutes of starting credits, Neeraj decides to start the story by portraying a current day situation and then taking it to the flashback. For many, the confusion will start from the first frame but you need to sit tight till the last frame to clear every question. Jais mentor Colonel Abhay Singh takes this missions of finding why his bright apprentice has taken the wrong way out. ...Read full review
Two army officers Col Abhay Singh (Manoj) and Major Jai Bakshi (Sidharth) the mentor and protege of a military intelligence team of the Indian Army are ever ready to sacrifice their lives for the country. Until Jai discovers some dirty secrets that could jeopardise the institution, the government and the country. Jai then decides to go rogue. Now it is Abhays mission to protect the interests of the army and the nation, even if he has to kill his protege for it. How Abhay saves the situation forms the crux of the story. ...Read full review
It is all too familiar: men in uniform, who are deeply righteous and patriotic, going after robbers, arms dealers and terrorists. In fact, as a writer and director Neeraj Pandey has created a brand of thriller with them that he can call his own. He often creates a heightened sense of drama aided by music, thats almost a constant; stylised images with generous use of slo-mo; and, of course, the necessary twists and turns to make the cat-and-mouse game engrossing. ...Read full review
Director Neeraj Pandey, who tried the thriller genre in his series of previous films like `Baby`, `Special 26`, `A Wednesday` brings you all yet another seat edge thriller Aiyaary that joins the bandwagon of sloppy thrillers and nothing beyond. With Aiyaary, writer-director Neeraj Pandey has pen down a story that highlights the issue of corruption within the system of Indian Army that includes the illegal supply of arms and equipments. ...Read full review
The film by much-acclaimed director Neeraj Pandey, who has an excellent track record of delivering movies such as `A Wednesday`, `Special 26` and `Baby`. However, `Aiyaary` featuring an impressive ensemble star cast with the likes of Manoj Bajpayee, Sidharth Malhotra, Naseeruddin Shah, Adil Hussain, Kumud Mishra, Rakul Preet Singh, Pooja Chopra falls flat in terms of screenplay. ...Read full review
Director Neeraj Pandey is one of the best in the business and has a penchant for making thrillers taking a political, crime issues as its central theme. His past experiments with Akshay Kumar, Special 26 and Baby, have worked both at the box office and with masses. This time around, he is back with Aiyaary which again has a strong plotline and a holds out a promise of dumdaar performances by its leads Manoj Bajpayee, Sidharth Malhotra, Vikram Gokhale and Rakul Preet Singh and added appearances by directors favourites Anupam Kher and the effervescent Nasseruddin Shah. ...Read full review
During a regular drinking session, a colonel tells his protege that he always tosses a coin when stuck in dilemma because the heart already selects the right choice when the coin is in mid-air. Nope, we ain`t kidding. Imagine, just flicking a coin and poof...your confusion disappears just like that! Even if it meant you are stuck in a life-and-death situation! Too hard to believe naa? But in Neeraj Pandey`s parallel universe in Aiyaary, everything`s a smooth cakewalk. ...Read full review
The word Aiyaar means shape-shifter someone who can become someone else at will. The Arabic word was popularized by the landmark Hindi novel Chandrakanta. I suspect that director Neeraj Pandey who has also written the film fell in love with the word first and then reverse-engineered a story around it. Because Aiyaary is half-baked, simplistic and for the most part, a slog. ...Read full review