Gold Movie Review: Akshay Kumar Starrer ‘Gold’ is backed by a powerful performances, engaging plot line and well narrated drama. High on emotions and patriotism, ‘Gold’ worth every minute of ours.
Akshay Kumar never fails to amuse us with his movies (atleast from past few years). The actor who raised social issues of Sanitation with Toilet -Ek Prem Katha & Woman Hygiene with Padman. The Gold Movie star has striked Gold with each of his content driven film.
It was talk of the town when Akshay Kumar announced ‘Gold’ being directed by Reema Kagti. Co-starred by talented actors by Amit Sadh, Vineet Kumar Singh & Kunaal Kapoor, Not to miss Mouni Roy who marks her debut with this film.
Gold Movie Review- Don’t Worry this is Spoiler free
Gold Movie Review must and should start by giving an applause for the star of the show. Akshay Kumar as bengali babu ‘Tapan Das’ breaths the character by his impeccable accent and body language. Even the supporting cast joins the force with performances par excellence. Mouni Roy makes an impact but thin layered character sketch doesn’t allow much.
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Gold Movie Plot Review:
Following what the trailers has revealed, it’s obvious that, the movie ‘Gold’ marks India’s first Gold medal in Olympics in the year 1948 (after independence). The movie follows the struggle of Tapan Das, how he managed to bring the broken Indian team of Hockey back to ground. But how he fight with all the odds forms the crux of the story.
‘Gold’ movie have 8 songs, not all the songs you enjoy. Half of them are really enjoyable but you don’t tend to remember them after the film.
Director Reema Kagti has a cliched and sensitive script to narrate and she does it with utmost perfection. The 2 hour 50 minute long film surely could have chopped a bit which could have avoided film being felt as ‘dragged’ a few times.
Nevertheless, the film is a must watch and it’s a perfect time of Independence Day to experience India’s such a big achievement on big screen.
Facing tremendous box office competition by John Abraham’s Satyamev Jayate, the fate of both the films entirely on word of mouth of public.
Let’s wait and watch. Happy Movie-ing 😉 and Wish you all a very Happy Independence Day