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NH 10 Movie Review  

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NH 10 Movie Review
  Movie Review : NH 10
Rating : 2.5 / 5
Banner : Phantom Productions, Eros International, Clean Slate Films
Cast : Neil Bhoopalam, Anushka Sharma, Darshan Kumar, Deepti Naval and Others
Music : Sanjeev-Darshan, Bann Chakraborty, Savera Mehta, Samira Koppikar
Cinematographer : Arvind Kannabiran
Producer: Krishika Lulla, Anushka Sharma, Karnesh Sharma, Vikas Bahl, Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane
Director: Navdeep Singh
Released Date: March 13, 2015
NH 10 Bollywood Movie Review
Arjun (neil) and Meera (anushka) are a happy couple with plush jobs in a big city but Meera suffers a jolt when an attempt to molest her takes place. In a bid to take her mind off that incident, Arjun decides to take her to a nice place to celebrate her birthday. They take the NH10 and it is here that they witness an honor killing led by Satbir (Darshan Kumar) and a group. Things take a turn with cops not cooperating and the killers after Arjun and Meera. At one point, Arjun gets deeply wounded and it is only Meera who has to take care of things. What happens after that forms the rest.
NH 10 Hindi Cinema Review
The director has come up with a hard hitting storyline and while the presentation was nice, the narrative was engaging in parts. The dialogues were filled with expletives. The script was average and the screenplay was moderate. The background score was intense and one song was worth listening. Cinematography was the main strength to this film. Editing was upto the mark. Costumes didn’t have much work while the art department was realistic. Neil Bhoopalam gave a subdued performance and made his presence felt. Anushka Sharma has evolved as a great performer in this one. The real revelation comes in the form of Darshan Kumar, he was superb. Deepti Naval was superb.
NH 10 Filem Review
The evil of honor killings still continue in the north India and it is tough to deal with such hardened people. But the way the principal characters deal with it has been done well. The first half goes on a breezy note with elements of some romance, some fun and some lighter moments. The interval bang was a twist. The second half gets into a completely serious mode and there is a lot of gore and blood which is raw. Overall, this is a film which is meant for thinking audience and those who love to see women empowerment. At the box office, the film could be an average grosser.

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