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Zila Ghaziabad Movie Review  

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Zila Ghaziabad Movie Review
  Movie Review : Zila Ghaziabad
Rating : 2.5 / 5
Banner : oundrya Productions, Showman International
Cast : Sanjay Dutt, Arshad Warsi, Vivek Oberoi, Paresh Rawal, Minissha Lamba, Ravi Kissen, Charmee Kaur, Divya Dutta, Chandrachur Singh, Ashutosh Rana, Eijaz Khan and Others
Cinematography : Ekambaram
Editor : Bunty Nagi
Music : Amjad-Nadeem-Bappa Lahiri
Producer: Vinod Bachchan
Director: Anand Kumar
Released Date: February 22, 2013
Zila Ghaziabad Bollywood Movie Review
Story:
A full-on action tale, the story is set on the backdrop of Ghaziabad and two gangs led by Vanedkar (paresh rawal) and Jimmy (Ravi Kissen) respectively. Vanedkar’s key henchman Parkash (arshad) changes sides and goes to Jimmy’s gang. Meanwhile Dharamveer (vivek oberoi) who leads a regular life is drawn into a blood battle when his elder brother (chandrachur) is killed by Parkash. To put an end to all this, the government sends a tough cop Pritam Singh (sanjay dutt). What happens after that forms the rest of the story.
Zila Ghaziabad Hindi Cinema Review
Presentation:
The director has come up with a predictable storyline and while the presentation was good, the narrative was hampered.  The dialogues were rugged. The script was average and the screenplay could have been better. The background score was appealing and two songs were impressive. Cinematography was rich. Editing was required during second half. Costumes were suiting the backdrop while the art department was apt. Sanjay Dutt looks out of shape and not in sync with his role. Vivek Oberoi was repetitive. Paresh Rawal was alright. Ravi Kissen was good. But the real showstealer was Arshad Warsi, he was excellent. Charmee was cute, Shriya was sizzling hot, Divya was decent, Minissha was moderate.
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Conclusion:
After looking at films like ‘Dabangg’ ‘Omkara’ one tends to know the plot of these movies so a lot of focus is required on the screenplay and energy levels. In this film, the first half is very promising and engages the audience but the trouble begins during the second half. For some reason, the director lost his grip on the screenplay and things get little stereotype. Overall, this is a film which could have worked well if the second half was more gripping. At the box office, this would be a below average fare.

Bharatstudent verdict: Routine action flick suitable for frontbench and hardcore action audience
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