Kill Movie Review: Lakshya And Raghav Juyal’s Film Is A Raw, Reckless, And Brutal Action Thriller

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Kill is a Bollywood action thriller film. The writer and the director of the movie is Nikhil Nagesh Bhat. Additionally, the producers of the movie are Karan Johar, Guneet Monga, Apoorva Mehta, and Achin Jain. The film stars Lakshya, Raghav Juyal, Ashish Vidyarthi, Harsh Chhaya, and Tanya Maniktala in the lead roles.


Kill Movie Plot

Kill Movie Story

The film begins with Captain Amrit (Lakshya) getting on a train for New Delhi. Amrit is on board to find a way to reunite with his love, Tulika (Tanya Maniktala). As she was forced into getting engaged to another man. Another man Fani (Raghav Juyal) and his bunch of goons also board the train to loot four first-class coaches.

Kill Movie Raghav

They jam the signals, cut off the stop pull chains, and lock the shutters connecting the first-class coaches with the other part of the train. They did this to ensure a fool-proof robbery. But his plans take a U-turn when he hostages Amrit’s lady love, Tulika, the daughter of an influential politician to extort money from the politician. They also take all the passengers hostage. They take out the gangsters one by one in the most violent ways possible.


Kill Movie Review

Kill Movie Tanya

Right from the beginning, Kill grabs your attention with an interesting storyline and good pace. It is shot entirely within a train compartment so it doesn’t distract from the storyline. Additionally, another unique aspect of the film is that although it is an action film, it has good emotional depth too. However, the narrative of the film may sometimes feel repetitive. Nevertheless, the climax is truly nail-biting and thrilling.

Nikhil Nagesh Bhat’s direction is excellent, especially in the action scenes. The runtime of the movie and the film’s pacing is also just fine. Korean Action Director Se-Yeong-Oh’s choreography is top-notch. The raw action scenes are the highlights of the film. The brutal scenes and sequences are such that you might have not seen before in a Bollywood film. The background music also intensifies the overall experience.

Kill Movie Lakshya

Furthermore, the cast performances are another beautiful aspect of this film. Lakshya is exceptional in the role of Amrit and perfectly delivers every raw, action scene with conviction. He conveys the intensity through his emotions and performance. Moreover, in such a movie, the villain must be extremely provocative, and Raghav Juyal dies just that. His portrayal of Fani triggers strong reactions only because of his actions and dialogue delivery. Apart from them, Tanya Maniktala, Abhishek Chauhan, Ashish Vidyarthi, and all other characters also play their roles well. All the elements of a good movie are skillfully brought together by the director and the lead actors. Kill is also getting a Hollywood remake. Lionsgate announces that 87 Eleven Entertainment, the producers of the John Wick franchise, will be producing the Kill English-language remake.


Final Verdict

Kill Movie Review Cinetales

Kill is a raw, brutal, intense action thriller that will have your attention throughout its runtime. Kill is one of the most blood-soaked films made in Bollywood. The cast delivers solid performances and the direction fills the screen with emotions and action. Although there are a few minor flaws, the climax of the movie will win you over. We rate this movie 4 out of 5 stars.

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Simran Kumari
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