Jawan Movie Review: South Meets the Stardom of North

Jawan Movie Review:

Jawan Movie Review: The Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan is back again to entertain his fans and audience with the action drama Jawan. Shah Rukh Khan’s previous flick Pathaan is an all-time industry hit in Hindi, and hence, the expectations heightened for Jawan. Atlee, known for masala entertainers, helmed the film that has some of the big names from the south industry in crucial roles. The Jawan movie created a sensation with its advance bookings and has hit the screens today amidst unprecedented fan frenzy. Let’s see how the movie is.

Jawan Movie Story:

The Jawan film is about Vikram Rathore (Shah Rukh Khan), an Indian soldier who chooses an unconventional way to do good for society. He hijacks a metro train and holds the passengers as the hostages. Vikram puts forth his demands to NSG officer Narmada (Nayanthara). She learns that weapon dealer and renowned businessman Khaali Gaikwad (Vijay Sethupathi) is the target of Vikram Rathore. What is the connection between the soldier and Khaali? How integral is Vikram Rathore’s son Azad (Shah Rukh Khan) to the whole story? This is what the film is about.

Jawan Movie Review:

On the whole, Jawan is a well-made mass masala entertainer that has all the elements to please the audiences and Shah Rukh Khan fans. There are pulse-pounding moments, high-octane action scenes, an electrifying BGM, and some stunning visuals that should be sufficient to set the box office on fire. However, the social message the movie intends to deliver could have been conveyed in an even better manner. While the Jawan first half was too good, things became slightly slow in the second half. But director Atlee has managed to insert high mass elements in between, and he emerged triumphant. Jawan film deserves a theatrical experience for its high technical values. If you love watching mass masala entertainers, then the Jawan movie will end up being a very good watch this weekend.

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Jawan is designed so that when you start feeling it’s getting dragged, a ‘sweet-maar’ sequence will await you. You can see Shah Rukh Khan visibly enjoying while wearing all the different hats in the film. For some reason, Shah Rukh Khan takes a little excessive effort in dubbing for the Hindi version and comes across as a bit ‘extra’ regarding voice-to-body movement. Yes, it’ll remind you of Aparichit, Gabbar Is Back, but this is better designed (than Gabbar…) to be a true-blue masala film.

Following Atlee’s direction pattern, you’d notice how he directs Multiple films in one film. His focus on fans-worshipping heroism is the most crucial thing, probably more important than the story and the screenplay. G. K. Vishnu’s cinematography excels in the action scenes, not in the slo-mo ones, but it’s again the ground action, the hand-combats that get the most detailed camerawork.

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