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Chakravyuh Movie Review  

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Chakravyuh Movie Review
  Movie Review : Chakravyuh
Rating : 3 / 5
Banner : Prakash Jha Productions, Eros International Media
Cast : Om Puri, Abhay Deol, Arjun Rampal, Manoj Bajpai, Anjali Patil, Esha Gupta, Kabir Bedi, Murali Sharma, Chetan Pandit, Sameera Reddy and Others
Music : Salim-Sulaiman
Cinematographer : Sachin Krishna
Producer: Prakash Jha
Director: Prakash Jha
Released Date: October 24, 2012
Chakravyuh Bollywood Movie Review
An intense tale, the story is about two close friends Adil (arjun) who is a tough policeman and Kabir (abhay) who believes in taking life as it comes. Adil gets transferred to a naxal infested area and Kabir accompanies him. The story takes a turn when Kabir offers to penetrate into the naxal movement and share the information about its leaders (manoj bajpai, om Puri, anjali patil) to Adil. However, a time comes when Adil and Kabir become opponents and have to face each other. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.
Chakravyuh Hindi Cinema Review
The director has come up with a realistic storyline and while the presentation was raw, the narrative was gripping.  The dialogues were good at places, the script was different and the screenplay was sensible. Background score was strong and songs were not required. Cinematography was masterly. Editing was required in the first half. Costumes were natural and suited the surroundings while the art department was apt. Arjun Rampal has come up with a riveting performance and scores. Abhay Deol was versatile as usual and made his presence felt. The real show stealers are Om Puri and Manoj Bajpai, they were impeccable. Anjali Patil was a revelation. Esha Gupta disappoints. Sameera Reddy was raunchy. Murali Sharma was impressive. Kabir Bedi was nice.
Chakravyuh Filem Review
The film runs on the backdrop of the naxalite movement and this is one face of India which not many know or are not willing to see. While the first half takes its time to pick up the heat, the interval bang was good. The second half has been quite gripping and the climax was quite engaging. Overall, this is a film which is meant for the thinking audience as it deals with a serious issue but given its packaging it is bound to be a profitable venture at the box office.

Bharatstudent verdict: Thought provoking and realistic, recommended for thinking audience
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