Cuttputlli Review: Akshay Kumar’s Remake Presents Weak Climax
Bollywood & Akshay Kumar are back with one more remake, named ‘Cuttputlli’ which is a chasing story of a cop & a serial killer with some thrilling scenes.
CUTTPUTLLI is an authorized remake of the 2018 Tamil film RATSASAN. The plot is captivating and features all the elements of a thriller.
The majority of Aseem Arrora with Tushar Trivedi’s screenplay is engrossing. The script has some excellent exciting and even humorous passages sprinkled throughout.
The conversations of Aseem Arrora are conversational and contain various hilarious passages.
Direction Review of Cuttputlli Movie
The direction of Ranjit M. Tewari is decent, at least up until the pre-climax. With his performance, he is able to hold the audience’s attention. It’s entertaining to witness Arjan’s attempts to approach the murderer and the investigating procedure.
Cast of Cuttputlli Movie
Speaking about performances, Akshay Kumar does a fair job of playing his role understatedly. In a select sequence, such as the one where he loses control and confronts the math teacher, he really excels.
Rakul Preet Singh appears attractive and is fit. Sadly, she doesn’t get much to do in her character. Sargun Mehta projects an attitude of confidence.
Chandrachur Singh played the role in a perfect way initially. But later he couldn’t make an impact. It also happened with these –
- Hrishitaa Bhatt
- Renaye Tejani
- Seher Bhowmik &
- Divvya Wadhwa.
Sujith Shanker portrays the role effectively. Saina Anarose, Laaibah Ali, Suhani Dhanki, and Joshua Leclair (as Christopher and RJ Roshni, respectively) are adequate.
Production Review of Cuttputlli Movie
There is only one song, “Saathiya,” in the movie and it is good. The background music by Julius Packiam has a professional vibe.
The stunning cinematography of Rajeev Ravi perfectly depicts the settings of Himachal Pradesh and the UK. The production design by Amit Ray & Subrata Chakraborty is intricate.
The costumes by Rushi Sharma with Manoshi Nath are lovely, especially Rakul’s. The behavior of Parvez Shaikh seems plausible.
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The VFX produced by Famulus Media & Entertainment, Number9 VFX, Aisolve, and Redefine is suitable. The final act’s editing by Chandan Arora is excessively rapid.
Should You Watch Cuttputlli Movie Or Not?
Overall, CUTTPUTLLI has its share of exciting moments but ends up being ordinary offering because of its unimpressive climax.