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Vishwaroop Movie Review  

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Vishwaroop Movie Review
  Movie Review : Vishwaroop
Rating : 3.25 / 5
Banner : Raaj Kamal Films International
Cast : Kamal Haasan, Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah, Rahul Bose, Jaideep Ahlawat, Shekhar Kapur, Nasser, Miles Anderson, James Babson, Samrat Chakrabarti, Zarina Wahab and Others
Cinematographer : Sanu Verghese
Music : Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
Producer: Kamal Haasan, Chandra Haasan
Director: Kamal Haasan
Released Date: January 25, 2013
Vishwaroop Bollywood Movie Review
A gripping tale, the story begins on the backdrop of America and here lives Viswanath (kamal) who is a Kathak dance trainer. He is married to Nirupama (pooja) who comes to US only for her career and marriage is just for understanding. Though they don’t share any marital relationship, she also hires a detective to trace the movements of Viswanath. The story takes a turn when both Viswanath and Nirupama’s paths cross Omar (Rahul Bose) who is a terrorist mastermind. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.

Vishwaroop Hindi Cinema Review
The director has come up with an interesting storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was engaging.  The dialogues were neat and sensible. The script was balanced and the screenplay was the highlight. The background score added to the moods but only one song was worth hearing.  Cinematography was masterly.  Editing was crisp and maintained it consistently. Costumes were well designed while the art department was appealing. Kamal Haasan gave an elegant performance and he has done full justice to it. Pooja Kumar looks cute and sensuous. Andrea is sexy as ever. Rahul Bose was impressive. Jaideep Ahlawat made his presence felt. Nasser was natural. The others didn’t have much to offer.
Vishwaroop Filem Review
Though the film is coming in a dubbed format one doesn’t really feel the loss of nativity because the subject chosen is quite universal. The film takes off on an entertaining note but as it progresses it gets serious and also has a sinister plot in it. The second half is more on the action mode and it also has a good theme which can connect to all those who have witnessed and experienced terrorism. The production and technical values are very impressive. At the box office, this has a good chance to score success.

Bharatstudent verdict:
Well chosen theme and handled efficiently, worth watching
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