India is currently in a festive zone with one of the biggest festivals, Diwali is going on. The two big movies, Thank God and Ram Setu, are released today. Akshay Kumar, Nushratt Bharuccha, and Jacqueline Fernandez starrer Ram Setu is an adventurous ride with an exciting plot. It is directed by Abhishek Sharma.
Ram Setu Story
The story revolves around archeologist Aryan Kulshrestha, an atheist who risks his life to preserve history. An industrialist Indrakant, essayed by Nassar, wants to get Ram Setu dismantled as a part of his project. He thinks it will save fuel and reduce travel time between India and Sri Lanka. However, this leads to massive outrage in the country. The government appoints Aryan to submit a report that Ram Setu is naturally made and is not man-made. Is it a myth or reality? Aryan, with his team, goes on a mission to find the truth about the bridge. What happens next? Watch the film to find out.
Ram Setu Review
Ram Setu is an adventurous ride that explores the history of Setu. Even though the plot is interesting, it is predictable. The film starts with a bang but falls flat in the second half. Director Abhishek Sharma has chosen a concept that could be blockbuster-worthy. However, the poor writing spoils the fun, especially in the second half. The mythical adventure drama gets dull in the second half, and that’s where you lose interest. In spite of gripping, it becomes average.
Talking about the performances, Akshay Kumar single-handedly takes this film ahead. He is exceptional in his look and his performance. Nushratt Bharuccha and Jacqueline Fernandez have little to no scope in the movie. The music is mediocre. The cinematography is amazing, but VFX could have been much better. The visuals are stunning, especially the scenes of the Ram Setu bridge. The climax and the courtroom drama, in the end, are brilliant.
Overall, the movie is family entertainment and can be watched. We give the film 3.5 stars out of 5. Have you watched the film? How did you find it? Let us know in the comments below.