The Body Movie Review
Cast: Emraan Hashmi, Rishi Kapoor, Sobhita Dhulipala, Vedhika
Director: Jeethu Joseph
Rating: * *
The Body movie review: Everything in it is level: the plot, the entertainers, the supposed turns. What’s more, that more likely than not taken some doing, given that the movie producers had an instant plot to dunk into.
Mauritius based specialist Ajay (Rawal) is a prime suspect in the passing of his lovely rich spouse Maya (Dhulipala). Is it true that he is the offender? Or on the other hand, is it another person stowing away in the shadows?
The Body, in light of a 2012 Spanish film of a similar name, begins with a missing body. We know from the earliest starting point who is capable. Or on the other hand, isn’t that right? As Hashmi’s double-crossing spouse acts all harmed and blameless, the cops, drove by an unshaven moderately aged sleuth (Kapoor), get the ball rolling: was the body taken? Is Maya extremely dead? Or on the other hand, would she say she is, shiver, a phantom?
There’s sufficient meat in the story for it to have been a drawing in a spine chiller. In any case, it’s been some time since I observed such a clumsy film. Everything in it is level: the plot, the entertainers, the supposed turns. What’s more, that more likely than not taken some doing, given that the movie producers had an instant plot to plunge into.
Dhulipala’s Maya is all svelte and twisty and is to be seen holding a glass of red wine regularly. Newcomer Vedhika gets the chance to act tearful and state: tum wahaan se bhaag jao! Hashmi takes a stab at seeming persuading, yet being compelled to speed around a mortuary generally of the motion picture is a bummer. What’s more, Kapoor, as the grizzled sleuth with a lamentable backstory, steps about hurling off guidelines to his kindred specialists: Arrest him! Warrant lao! Try not to release him!
It’s as though the cast was at practice, and the cameras began rolling and continued onward. What’s more, obviously, a Bollywood change must have a couple of melodies. One has verses which go this way: Main jaanta hoon ki Teri naa mein chhupi hui si haan hai.
Without a doubt.