Raag Desh

raag desh Plot
Raag Desh

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Cast: Kunal Kapoor, Mohit Marwah, Amit Sadh, Mrudula Murali

Writer/Director: Tigmanshu Dhulia

Producer/s: Gurdeep Singh Sapal

Music Director: Rana Mazumder, Revant Shergill


raag desh Review

Rating: 2/5 Stars (Two stars)

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Star Cast: Kunal Kapoor, Mohit Marwah, Amit Sadh, Mrudula Murali

Director: Tigmanshu Dhulia

Raag Desh Movie Review
Raag Desh Movie Review

What’s Good: casting, performance, research 

What’s Bad: editing, editing and editing. Editing plays the villain in this film.

Loo Break: During interval as you really need to focus on every scene to try to understand the film.

Watch or Not?: You can decide after reading the review

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The film deals with the story of the historical Red Fort Trials of 1945 where three Indian National Army. Three INA officers Major General Shah Nawaz Khan, Lt Col Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon and Lt Col Prem Sahgal were court-martialled for allegedly waging war against the British Indian Army between September to 1942 and April 1945 with charges of murder and abetment to murder against them.

Raag Desh Review: Script Analysis

Excellent research, good intention and a convincing story is ruined solely by poor implementation.

The film starts off from somewhere then suddenly moves to somewhere. The transitions in between scenes are not smooth and hence leave the viewer puzzled.

The script is loosely-knit and had a lot of scope for improvement. It could have been tighter. If the duration is the cause for the cruel chopping here and there, then there were a lot of unnecessary scenes worth deleting.

Raag Desh Review: Star Performance

Kunal Kapoor delivers an average performance as Major General Shah Nawaz Khan. He is an excellent actor but appears too casual. I expected better.

Amit Sadh delivers a good performance as Lt Col Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon.

Mohit Marwah is my favourite from this film. What a performance! He is super impressive in the avatar of Lt Col Prem Sahgal.

Kenny Desai as Bhulabhai Desai steals the show in this film. His courtroom monologue is the best scene in the film.

Kenny Basumatary as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose does a good job in his limited role.

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