Brothers Movie Review, Akshay Kumar’s Another Action-cum-Drama Combo

Release Date: 14 August 2015
Directed by: Karan Malhotra
Produced by: Karan Johar, Endemol India and Hiroo Yash Johar
Starring: Akshay Kumar, Jacqueline Fernandez, Sidharth Malhotra, Jackie Shroff, Ashutosh Rana, Shefali Shah
Music: Atul Gogavale, Ajay Gogavale
Story: Gavin O’Connor and Cliff Dorfman
Dialogues by: Siddharth & Garima
Duration: 2 hours 39 mins
Genre: Action, Drama
Censor Rating: U/A


Brothers Movie Plot: Two siblings, David (Akshay Kumar) and Monty (Sidharth Malhotra), both having their own motivations to get on to the front line as street fighters and destiny bringing them against one another for “R2F” or “Right to Fight” Championship. Their dad, Garson (Jackie Shroff) is in a passionate tiff, not knowing whom to bolster or who he really needs to win, as he had never foreseen this circumstance.

Brothers Movie Review –

In the wake of demonstrating his position with the accomplishment of Agneepath, Karan Malhotra is all diversion with yet another change Brothers which has been authoritatively remake from the critically acclaimed 2011 Hollywood film Warrior, coordinated by Gavin O’Connor. Be it an adjustment from the South, or a revamp of a Hollywood hit, with changes there is dependably a test of execution, of thinking of something that ought to speak to the masses and build up itself with its own particular uniqueness. Featuring Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra, the trailer of the film got acclaim, however did this change really make enormous on the silver screen? We should figure out!

A run of the mill Bollywood tadka to a Hollywood action film, is the thing that you would get the opportunity to find in this film. With affection, tear, feelings, contempt and retribution, the film takes you through enthusiastic stacks and lows all through its course. The individuals who have not watched Warrior would clearly be engaged with this action-packed-drama, yet in the event that you have, then you definitely are certain to be over-discriminating about the exhibitions and the desi components that have been infused into the story.

Jackie Shroff as Gary Fernandez was a decent watch in the film. He in reality had an effect gelling up well with his character which he influenced with his coercive execution.

Where Akshay Kumar appeared to be a flawless decision for the part of David, Sidharth Malhotra couldn’t match up to what his character requested. The Khiladi of Bollywood is dependably an attractive watch in the matter of action, and with his adjusted execution and conviction in Brothers, Akshay managed a large portion of the movie. Possibly it was all the more trying for Sidharth to match up to what Tom Hardy did in Warrior. Sidharth gave off an impression of being physically conditioned for the character, however his mentality and expression couldn’t awe the group of onlookers.

Jacqueline Fernandez was satisfying as David’s wife, Jenny and was unobtrusive in her execution. Subsequent to making swells with her glitzy looks in the vast majority of her movies, this time she was found in a deglam symbol and did well with clean execution of her part as a minding mother and an adoring wife.

What’s good: On the off chance that you are all amusement to watch a drama-cum-action film and have not watched Warrior, this wont be a failure. The film takes a superior pace in the second half however. A couple scene are very much executed and performed, especially the enthusiastic upheaval of Jackie Shroff, and the scene where both the siblings apparatus up for the opposition and experience strenuous preparing.

What’s bad: In spite of the fact that beguiling Kareena Kapoor sizzled and sparkled in the thing number, ‘Mera naam Mary’ yet the tune really felt like a loner in agreement to the circumstance in the film. In spite of the fact that it’s an adaption of a Hollywood film, yet a lot of acting and over the top foundation scores amid the battles made it much more emotional.

Verdicts: Cheering these Brothers this weekend wont be an awful thought.

Rating: 3 stars off 5