Kaabil Movie Review
Kaabil review: Hrithink Roshan has a good story to tell especially in comparison to Raees
Kaabil is the store of a specially-abled man struggling to get justice for his wife. The word “Kaabil” stands for capable and the movie shows what a visually impaired person can do. A blind man with a lamp in his hand to show way to others is what you’ll think of after a few minutes into Kaabil.
Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithink Roshan) meets Supriya Sharma (Yami Gautam) on a blind date and they both falls for each other. They are visually impaired but decided to marry and lead a happy life. The first half is all about shopping, dining and dancing. The do all kind of things – Supriya is a pianist and Rohan a good voice-over artist. The film looks real as we’ve stories of bad people taking advantage of specially-abled people especially women.
The movie takes a turn after interval when baddies enter into the story. Amit (Rohit Roy) rapes Supriya with his buddy Wasim (Sahidur Rahman). Here Rohan is presented as a strong guy suspicious of the power of the accused as Amit is brother of a local corporator (Ronit Roy) and that they accused could use his power to influence the case. The corrupt police officers Narendra Jha and Girish Kulkarni side with the corporator. Rohan senses nexus between police and politician and decides to take revenge.
Hrithik Roshan plays a man with special-abilities despite being visually impaired. He’s got more screen space to show his capabilities in addition so high-adrenaline dialoguebazi like “kamzor mat samazh”. Kaabil is mixture of love and revenge. But the way the revenge is taken looks scripted and some scenes like visually impaired Rohan fighting with a rod with Rohit Roy. Similarly, use of words “andha” and “andhi” look slag for specialy-abled people. But if taken as a whole, Kaabil is able to hold the viewers.