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Satyameva Jayate

Satyameva Jayate

15 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 21 mins
85,234 votes
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Driven by his harrowing past and a strong sense of justice, a man sets out on a mission to take down corrupt and degenerate cops. However, his vigilantism soon finds a nemesis in a righteous police officer, who is determined to stop his violent killing spree. A cat-and-mouse game ensues, and the two men are about to find out that they have a lot in common despite being on either side of the law.
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Verdict: An intriguing story that will invoke the patriot in you. It is the 71st year of Indian independence and Bollywood is celebrating the occasion with the release of two of the most highly awaited movies of the year. Theatres are going to be houseful this Independence Day with movies that revolve around fighting corruption and fighting for freedom. After doing films like Aiyaari and Parmanu, ... ...Read full review
Veer (John Abraham) takes on the mission of killing corrupt cops in the Mumbai police force. Haunted by ghastly incidents from his past, he turns into a vigilante and Veer has his own mysterious plan of action. Meanwhile, honest and intelligent inspector Shivansh (Manoj Bajpayee) is given the arduous task of tracking down the cop killer. ...Read full review
John Abraham is definitely a smart producer. From Vicky Donor, and Madras Cafe to his most recently released Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran, theres no denying the fact that as a producer, he has always come up with something fresh and unconventional. In his latest production Satyameva Jayate, the actor takes on the subject of police corruption that has spread its ugly seeds all over Mumbai. ...Read full review
Vir (John Abraham) is Batman on steroids. Unlike the caped superhero, who is Gothams guardian angel, he isnt concerned with the whole of Mumbai but wants to weed out its corrupt policemen. And he exercises a scorched earth policy while on his mission - soaking them with kerosene or any other fuel or even alcohol and setting fire to them. DCP Shivansh (Manoj Bajpayee) is the ace cop charged with stopping him and there ensues a cat-and-mouse game where the good cop remains just a step behind the killer. There is a plot twist which is given away way too early. Another twist, which was predictable a mile off, comes towards the end. ...Read full review
Vir (John Abraham) is a vigilante, with a heartbreaking back story, who burns alive the corrupt policemen. Shivansh (Manoj Bajpayee) is a fearless, brave and honest policeman who faces and tries to stop Vir from his killing spree. Vir follows a pattern in order to choose the to kill the corrupt police officers & Shivansh tracks down that pattern. ...Read full review
Vir (John Abraham) is an angry young man, who seems like a rebel with a lost cause as he goes about town, killing corrupt police officers alphabetically. It is not until much later, post interval, in fact, that we get to know as to why he is doing so. But that doesnt make it any more bearable. Even as Vir continues to burn those corrupt at stake, DCP Shivansh Rathore (Manoj Bajpayee) is asked to cut his vacation short and resume duty. This begins the cat and mouse chase. ...Read full review