Mission Majnu Movie Review
Mission Majnu is a spy-thriller movie scripted by Aseem Arrora, Sumit Batheja, and Parveez Shaikh and directed by Shantanu Bagchi. Ronnie Screwvala, Amar Butala, and Garima Mehta produced the film. Bijitesh De handled the camera, and editing is by Nitin Baid and “Siddharth S Pande.” Ketan Sodha composed the music. Sidharth Malhotra, Rashmika Mandanna, Parmeet Sethi, Sharib Hashmi, Mir Sarwar, Kumud Mishra, Arjan Bajwa, Zakir Hussain, and Rajit Kapur are cast in the pivotal roles.
Amandeep Singh is a RAW field agent. He lives in Pakistan as Tariq, a tailor. He is married to Nasreen, a visually challenged girl in Pakistan. Amandeep’s mission is to bring into the limelight Pakistan’s involvement in making nuclear weapons. Was he successful? The rest of the film follows that.
Sidharth’s performance is lovely, though his comedy didn’t work out. Rashmika’s performance is quite decent, and she tried her best to make a good impression in Bollywood. Kumud Mishra and Sharib Hashmi fit well in the given roles.
The script is a fictional one based on a true story. The characters are designed well, especially Amandeep Singh’s. Despite being ill-treated in various occasions, he tries to prove his patriotism and is successful. The director has brought a lot of exciting scenes between the lead couple. He is also successful in making the audience sit at the seat’s edge in a few scenes. The dialogues are received well, and the writer should be appreciated. The visuals are cool, and the art director has also done a fantastic job in recreating Pakistan in the 70s. The BGM is quite brilliant.
- The script, screenplay, and direction are good
- The performance of the lead actors is appreciable
What’s Not There?
- A few loopholes
Mission Majnu is yet another film to prove Sidharth Malhotra’s acting skills. If you love watching thrillers with a patriotic touch, you can go for this!