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30 Minutes is a psychological thriller directed by Yesudas BC. The film is produced by YesudasBC, Braj Sharwari, Pankaj Agrawal, Amarjit Singh Kohli, Manu Singal, Kapil Bansal, Hardeep Singh, Ishaan Singh, Mahesh Sagar and I.D. Chugh. The story is by Vivek Mishra and Rajan Agarwal pens the screenplay and dialogues. Hiten Paintal and Hrishitaa Bhatt are the leads in the story. Hemant Pandey plays a pivotal role along with Kanwarjit Paintal and Rana Jung Bahadur. The film released on 9th December 2016 and its review is here…
The story deals with the value of time. How a child is beaten up by his alcoholic father for small things is dealt in the film. The tortures and unpleasant experiences make the child grow with the psychiatric problems. Hiten Pintal plays Shashank, the protagonist. After completing his education, Shashank gets a job. Although Shashank seems to be an ordinary man, his childhood nightmares torture him. He falls in love with a girl named Shivangi (Hrishita Bhatt), who works with him in the office. Shivangi is a punctual person. She doesn’t know that Shashank could turn a rough guy when she insists him to be punctual. His childhood memories were intensified by Shivangi’s conditioned love. Shashank faces serious problems, due to it. To get rid of the nightmares, Shashank decides to play a game called 30 Minutes. Although the game is entertaining and thrilling, it is dangerous too. When Shashank is asked to complete a task within 30 minutes, his inner lubber wakes up and kills the people who flout him. Watch the film to know the interesting climax!
Performances of all the stars are good. The leads Hrishitaa Bhatt and Hiten Paintal keep the story alive.
Yesudas BC has directed and produced the film. Although the script is good, the screenplay is not interesting. Split personality has been touched upon by Bollywood and this film doesn’t seem to make a mark.
What’s not there?
Although the script and performance are good, direction and screenplay have brought a huge drawback to the film. Only a few scenes seem to be sensible. If you have no other film left to watch, you could watch this.
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