Satyamev Jayate Movie Review

Satyamev Jayate Movie Review

Cast: John Abraham, Manoj Bajpei, Ayesha Sharma
Director: Milp Milan Jhaveri
Movie Type: Thriller
Duration: 2 hr 36 min

Satyamev Jayate Story
Movies are most relevant today in themes such as corruption and misuse of power in today's times. Action thriller 'Satyamev Jayate' is the story of a man who fights against corruption with anger and violence. The story of the film is fine but its display is far from authenticity. Many elements of this masala film seem to have been taken from the films of the 70s and 80s.
High background music, more drama and uncanny action makes it somewhere tiring. At the beginning of the film, Veer (John Abraham) burns a policeman alive. It prepares a ground for the rest of the film and for the next two hours, the film continues on the same path. Veer goes everywhere where a policeman is committing a crime. There is definitely a twist in the middle of the film but after this, the focus of the film remains on giving corrupt policemen a fire.

The whole movie goes on teaching some good lessons and lessons of good and evil and patriotism. Heavy dialogues have been written for the film, but he is getting heavily on the film itself. The battle of Manoj Bajpai and John Abraham could have been shown better, but the script failed in it.

Artists' performance is much better than the director Milk Pavari's vision. John Abraham has commanded the lead in the form of a lead. While tearing the tire and beating the bad guys, they have played the role of an Angry Young Man with complete perseverance and energy. Manoj Bajpey is in his top form. His acting of a strong and honest policeman makes the film a bit stronger. Newcomer Ayesha Sharma looked quite convinced on the camera, though she needs to do a bit more work on dialogues.


Satyamev Jayate Conclusion

'Satyamev Jayate' is trying to sell the idea of ​​waiting and good years of goodness, but due to its super-critical performance it is difficult to digest it. Because of John Abraham, you can expect good action in it, but sometimes it becomes terrible. The truth is that the story of the film is quite relevant in today's time but the way of saying this story in the film makes it weak.