No one will be forgiven.


02 Sep, 2016
2 hrs 20 mins
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Akira, a young and self-reliant girl, unwittingly gets involved in a crime involving four corrupt police officers and she has to find a way to prove her innocence.
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Verdict: Sonakshi Sinha's dabangg performance is the highlight of this action-thriller. If you look up Sonakshi Sinha's filmography, you`ll notice that she`s mostly played the damsel-in-distress, who has to be saved by a Khan, a Devgn, or a Kumar. In Akira though, she takes it upon herself to fight for what`s right. Within the first []... ...Read full review
Our screen ki Akira is Khan, Kumar and Kapoor rolled into one. She punches and defends better than most khiladis. Her progressive, school-teacher father, Atul Kulkarni had her enrolled in karate classes instead of dance classes that girls her age frequented. But Akira learns that a Durga avatar cannot help you fight a regressive society and corrupt administration. So instead of being given a medal of honour for trying to save someone early in life, she is sent to a remand home. Not only does she lose three precious years of her life; she also loses her doting father. ...Read full review
Sonakshi moves, feels and looks the part in an effort that`s empty heft because the script is extraordinarily dated and bereft of punch, feels Sukanya Verma. ...Read full review
At one point in Akira, the cheerfully corrupt cop ACP Govind Rane tells his junior poore game ki lanka laga di. I thought it was a wonderfully expressive way to say you messed up. And Id like to borrow it right now. The first half of Akira is gripping and taut. I was really enjoying the story of this feisty small-town girl who gets embroiled with dirty money and murder. And then, just like that director A. R. Murugadoss ne poore game ki lanka laga di. ...Read full review
The idea of a Hindi film heroine as an ass-kicking action star feels refreshing yet somehow timely and appropriate. But Akira, directed by AR Murgadoss is no Kill Bill. In fact, its like a Sunny Deol film from the 90s except that it fails to connect emotionally, and the social commentary is lost amidst all the over-plotting. Crucially though, Sonakshi Sinha, who makes an earnest attempt to deliver blows like its second nature to her, just doesnt cut it as a martial arts expert. ...Read full review

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