Vidyut Jammwal’s Sanak is streaming at Disney+ Hotstar. Vidyut Jammwal is setting examples with his outstanding actions. Sanak is no different. It is a typical Vidyut Jammwal’s movie with power-packed and jaw-dropping actions. Sanak stars Vidyut Jammwal, Rukmini Maitra, Neha Dhupia, and Chandan Roy Sanyal in pivotal roles.
(Spoiler ALERT) The story starts with Vivaan (Vidyut Jammwal), and Anshika (Rukmini Maitra) are husband and wife. Anshika is suffering from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a genetic disease in which the heart is slowly stopped working. She is in urgent need of an operation. Anshika gets admitted to Green Hills hospital. One criminal named Ajay Pal Singh, who was behind bars at Arthur Road Jail, gets admitted to the hospital due to a pacemaker’s failure.
Anshika’s operation gets successful. On the day of her returning to the home, the hospital gets under attack. The attack was planned to get Ajay Pal Singh released. The terrorists captured the patients on the ninth floor and kept them as hostages. Anshika was also captured as a hostage. ACP Jayati Bhargav (Neha Dhupia) is in charge and is here to negotiate with the terrorists. How will Vivaan save his wife and other hostages? Watch out for the movie to find out.
Sanak is a power-packed movie. It has high octane drama that will keep you on the edge of the seat. Vidyut Jammwal, the only Indian to make it to the top 10 martial artists globally, is a treat to watch. The way he performs the stunt with ease will surprise you. Rukmini Maitra is a Bengali actress who made her Bollywood debut with Sanak. She looked impressive. Director Kanisk Varma used Vidyut Jammwal properly. Though the movie is high on action, the story gets predictive.
Neha Dhupia, as ACP Jayati Bhargav, leaves an impact with her performance. Chandan Roy Sanyal is terrific in the role of the main terrorist, Captain Saju. The song O Yaara Dil Lagana is at the end during credits. The USP of the movie is Vidyut Jammwal’s action scenes, and he will not disappoint you. The film is fast-paced and does not lose its plot till the end. However, the climax could have been much better. Overall, it is a treat for Vidyut Jammwal’s fans. We give Sanak 3 stars out of 5.