Wazir Hindi Movie Review:Wazir stars Amitabh Bachchan as Pandit Omkarnath Dhar and Farhan Akhtar as Danish Ali in the lead roles. Aditi Rao Hydari, Neil Nitin Mukesh, John Abraham and Manav Kaul are in the supporting roles Amitabh Bachchan in the lead roles. Farhan had earlier directed Big B in Lakshya, but this is the first time they are sharing screen together. So will Wazir bring in 2016 with a flourish? The answer, I must say, is not too positive  The movie has got a U/A Certification and has raced into theatres this friday. The theatrical trailer of the movie was released on November 18th 2015. Check out the complete Wazir Movie Review, Rating & Story Live Updates and analysis of Wazir Movie starring Amitabh Bachchan, Farhan Akhta


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story that will show how life can change within minutes. Daanish Ali who was leading a joyous life with his wife Ruhaana and daughter Noori might have never thought his professional life can bring everything to a standstill. His daughter’s death becomes the way to an unusual friendship between him and Panditji.Panditji and Daanish are floating in the same boat but what brings them together is the game of chess. Daanish’s daughter Noori went to learn chess to Panditji. Life takes another route when Daanish meets Panditji. But it gets even mor interesting when Wazir steps in to change the entire game.

Director Bejoy Nambiar can be faulted for the way he tells his story. If you have watched any of his earlier films, you’ll know that he is voguish to the core but his film always has that essential wholesome factor missing. It is a shame because the man has immense potential, which is evident in the way sets the canvas but somewhere the overstylizing takes away from the film’s soul.

Story: Pandit Omkarnath Dhar is a paralysed person who is a Chess Grand Master and Danish Ali is an ATP Officer who has overcome deep sorrow. This movie Wazir tells us the story of these two unusual friends Pandit and Danish. The movie has many twists and tales in it. The rest of the story deals with a wider conspiracy that has cast a dark shadow on their lives.

The only reason why you invest in the characters of this film is because of its actors. Both Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar let their eyes do most of the talking. But the film proves how far an actor can go in making people invest in the story. Even if you can sense the climax of this film from miles away, the actors render a heartfelt quality in each of their performances, making you connect to the pathos of their characters. Unlike Shaitan, where its women were the linchpin (remember the outrageous condom scene?) Aditi Rao Hydari is reduced to a mere prop in the story. For an actor who is capable of much more, her character in the film is not adequately fleshed out. She, however, lends whatever little depth to the film that she has scope of.  Neil Nitin Mukesh is exquisite in his limited part in the movie. We can finally forgive him for the needless GOT joke he had popped our way a few months back. Manav Kaul does a satisfactory job but his character required a better build up.

The film’s characterization is frail. Farhan’s Danish has shades of Aamir Khan’s character from Talaash – the burden of his guilt makes him a forlorn figure. Yet, the plot never takes a breathing moment to let the calamity of the story sink. Even the revenge comes too quick, too easy.

With its best foot forward to make the characters inflammable and the story explosive, the film’s cliches are far too many! If you are a well-read person who enjoy his frequent dose of world cinema, no part of the story will shock you. What it does manage is coherently follow the trail, keeping the narrative bubbling with the right amount of energy, shocks and surprises, with enough heart at hinge. A specific note to filmmakers – Kindly spare us the re-run of the clues you leave through the film. The tendency to spoon feed people is so ingrained in our system that even modern day filmmakers resort to the method out of habit. Guys, get the cue! If people don’t get it till the end, they are just not worth your film.

Wazir Hindi Movie Rating

The movie is not creating lots of buzz from its trailer but the movie is doing promotion to “Wazir” will be gone super hit at box office screen and audience is also giving good response and positive word of mouth. There is no any adult type of scene in this movie. The game of chess apparently that is an important part of the film and the trailer advice that it would be highly action packed thriller. The trailer is also shows some relation between Farhan and Aditi with a tuneful romantic path in surroundings.

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This action packed movie is directed by Bejoy Nambiar and is produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Rajkumar Hirani under Rajkumar Hirani Films and Vinod Chopra Films. Rohit Kulkarni has been the Music Director of the film. Cinematography is done by Sanu Varghese and Editing was handled combinedly by Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Abhijit Joshi. Reliance Entertainments is distributing the movie. The movie which is of 102 Minutes length has got a CBFC Certification of U/A by Censor Board