Sonam Kapoor, an actress, is making a comeback with the crime thriller Blind Movie after a four-year absence. The movie is a Hindi adaptation of the 2011 Korean film “Blind.
Sonam Kapoor most recently appeared in the 2019 film. The Zoya Factor” directed by Abhishek Sharma, starring Dulquer Salmaan from the South. Instead of debuting in theatres, “Blind” was distributed straight on the OTT service Jio Cinema.
|Release Date||7 July 2023|
|OTT Platform||Jio Cinema|
|Writer||Shome Makhija and Sudeep Nigam|
|Cast||Sonam Kapoor, Purab Kohli, Vinay Pathak, Lillete Dubey|
Sonam Kapoor’s Blind Movie Review:
Blind Movie Review. Shome Makhija is the film’s director and stars Sonam Kapoor. The lead actors are Vinay Pathak and Purab Kohli. Scotland is the setting for the thriller Blind. Maintaining the suspense throughout thriller movies is their hardest problem.
The story begins in Scotland. Police officer Jia Singh (Sonam Kapoor) brings her brother Adrian (Danesh Razvi) back from the club because he has his exams. Orphaned Adrian and Jia were adopted by Maria (Lilit Dubey). Adrian wants to be a rapper. He wants to go back to the club, but Jiya handcuffs him.
The two have a fight in the car to get the keys to the handcuffs and an accident takes place. Jia loses Adrian and her eyes in this accident. She lives alone with her dog. One day he gets late while returning from his mother’s house. She waits for the taxi.
A doctor by profession (Purab Kohli) stops his car, saying it is a taxi. After getting into the car, Sonam feels that there is someone in the trunk of the taxi. Both have a small skirmish and he runs away. Sonam suspects that the same taxi driver is behind the girls who are disappearing from the city.
Police officer Prithvi Khanna (Vinay Pathak) is assigned to the case. Nikhil Saraf (Shubham Saraf), the eyewitness of the missing girl, also gets involved in the case. It would not be right to tell the story further than this.
The shooting of the film is mostly done at night. Sometimes such scenes become so dark that one cannot understand what is going on on the screen. But the film’s cinematographer Guirik Sarkar has to be praised because he did not let that darkness be felt.
The background score of the film does not create thrills. Sonam Kapoor is believable as the blind Jiya, guilt-ridden over her brother’s death. Purab Kohli sets new standards for acting in a negative role. Vinay Pathak works within the limits of character. There are no special scenes from the parts of Shubham Saraf, Lilit Dubey and Danesh Rajvi.
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