Ek Villain Movie Review Hindi
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Ek Villain"
Runtime: 2 Hours 10 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 27-06-2014
Genre: Romance, Thriller
3.5 / 5.0


Ek villain, as the name suggests, stretches upon the major character of any brewing love story, the Villian! 

Plot

The story is about two different kinds of people falling in love and battling for it against the health of Aisha ( Shraddha Kapoor) and then the Villian of the story.

Initially, Guru is seen to be a gangster, but as soon as he meets Aisha, who is a bubbly girl, wanting to fulfill her bucket list and store memories in her personal diary, he falls for her.

Aisha enjoys the little things in life and make the most out of it. Guru joins her journey and reads her diary filled with things which she wants to do before she dies. One by one, Guru adds a new memory to Aisha’s life. They also eventually marry each other.

Parallelly, we are shown the strong character, of Rakesh (Ritesh Deshmukh), who is constantly poked by his wife of being unsuccessful and not-so-wealthy. Rakesh tries his best to make his wife, Aamna Sharif (Sulouchna), happy. On refusal, Rakesh takes out his frustration on others by targeting and murdering women who speak or behave rudely to him in any form.

In an incident, Rakesh comes in front of Aisha's car. This takes down Aisha to shout at Rakesh and leave, without knowing what the moment would have called for. Meanwhile, Aisha helps Guru towards the betterment of his life. 

Guru finds Aisha dead in one instance. Immensely angry and emotionally disturbed, Guru, tracks down people who could have killed his wife. 

Do you think, Guru, will be able to track down Aisha's killer? Watch the movie to know. 

Star performances

The actors, Siddharth Malhotra (Guru), who is a treat to watch, couldn't pull off as an action hero well. Shraddha Kapoor (Aisha) portrays a bubbly and lively character.
The most powerful acting has been displayed by Ritesh Deshmukh.

Analysis

The movie is well executed by Mohit Suri. The movies go in a steady flow. And the display, dialogues, and music everything looks in sync.

What's there? 

Outstanding music by Ankit Tiwari and Mithoon etc

What's not there? 

 If you are not interested in love stories with sad endings, it's not your kind of movie

Verdict

One-time watch movie. Especially for those who are fond of the lead actors. However, the movie isn't too intense.