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Blank Movie Review

User Rating: 2.08
Blank Movie Review

Average Ratings:2.08/5
Score: 100% Negative
Reviews Counted:8
Positive:0
Neutral:4
Negative:4

 

Ratings:. Review By: Anupama Chopra  Site: Filmcompanion

When you decide on a title like Blank, you must make sure that your film is exactly the opposite. Otherwise you unwittingly end up providing ammunition for critics and viewers. You remember Paul Verhoeven’s deliciously awful film about Las Vegas strippers called Showgirls. New Yorker critic Anthony Lane had written in his review that the title is “not so much a noun as an imperative”. Here too Blank isn’t merely an adjective, it’s an entire sensibility. Which, as you can imagine, makes for a pretty dull movie.

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Ratings:.1.5/5 Review By: Raja Sen  Site: Hindustan Times 

This action movie is helmed by first-time director Behzad Khambata and the inexperience shows in many portions where the filmmaker’s choices aren’t top-notch. The decision to play an emotional track called Himmat Karja just before and during a critical fight sequence kills the mood completely. And that is the way the film’s narrative plays out throughout. The movie has flashes of promise but just as many, if not more, moments of amateur execution. There’s also a special track called Ali Ali, featuring Akshay Kumar. Thankfully, it plays during the end credits and doesn’t really add to plentiful woes of the film.

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Ratings:.1.5/5 Review By: Shubhra  Site: Indian Express

Finally, the film which emphasizes its over-used thrust –Islamic ‘aatankwaad’ threatening the unity and integrity of ‘akhand’ Bharat—comes off as far too generic. A kohl-eyed Islamist (Khan) brainwashing young boys and turning them towards ‘jihad’? Done to death. A suicide bomber? Even more so.

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Ratings:.2.5/5 Review By: Rachit Gupta  Site: Times Of India

This action movie is helmed by first-time director Behzad Khambata and the inexperience shows in many portions where the filmmaker’s choices aren’t top-notch. The decision to play an emotional track called Himmat Karja just before and during a critical fight sequence kills the mood completely. And that is the way the film’s narrative plays out throughout. The movie has flashes of promise but just as many, if not more, moments of amateur execution. There’s also a special track called Ali Ali, featuring Akshay Kumar. Thankfully, it plays during the end credits and doesn’t really add to plentiful woes of the film.

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Ratings:.2/5 Review By: Kunal  Site: Mumbai Mirror

Writer-director Behzad Khambata seems to have a healthy appetite for police procedurals and is aware of the basic construct required to make them tick. But in 2019, sticking to tropes can hardly trigger an exciting watch and the supposed turn in the climax seems more ridiculous than rational to be palatable.The film’s title possibly refers to the protagonist’s compromised mental state. Having endured this one, it’s a debilitating condition that you will share with him.

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Ratings:.2.5/5 Review By: Shibaji  Site: Times Now

Overall, the film has an interesting premise and a unexpected twist at the end. Sunny Deol’s on-screen charisma and prowess with Karan Kapadia’s first time attempt will hold your attention, only if you can ignore the annoying background score. So, leave your expectations at the door and go for this film with the thought that you’ll get to see Sunny Deol be a badass like he was in the ‘90s.

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Ratings:. Review By: Nandini  Site: Scroll

Sunny Deol, a veteran at saving the nation, swings his giant fists and yells on command. Karan Kapadia is a blank canvas onto which little more than a dream of a Bollywood career can be projected. There is just about enough material here for a conventional yarn about Islamist terrorists with nefarious plans for India. The rest is the equivalent of firing blanks.

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Ratings:.2.5/5 Review By: Devesh  Site: Filmfare

The film has got an interesting premise but falters in the execution. The treatment is way over the top and melodramatic. Summing up, given its premise, the film had the potential to be an edge-of-the-seat thriller, if only the writing and execution could have been better.

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Blank Story:

A suicide bomber loses his memory and has a bomb attached to his heart. It is up to the police officers to prevent this bomb from taking innocent lives.

Blank Release Date:

Apr 17, 2019 ( India)

Blank Cast:

Sunny Deol
Karan Kapadia
Karanvir Sharma
Ishita Dutta

Director: 
Behzad Khambata

Producer: 
Dr. Shrikant Bhasi
Nishant Pitti
& Pictures
Tony D’Souza
Vishal Rana 

Run Time: 1 hour 47 Minutes

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