Movie Review: Roy, A Slow Torturing Movie

Directed by: Vikramjit Singh
Release Date: 13th February 2015
Music: Ankit Tiwari, Meet Bros Anjjan, Amaal Mallik
Starring: Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Jacqueline Fernandes
Duration: 2 hours 36 minutes

Roy Movie Plot: A remarkable movie producer and womanizer, Kabir finds the muse for his new movie in Ayesha. The amazing chemistry between them winds up in a fleeting affection story as Ayesha finds Kabir’s intention’s. Will Kabir have the capacity to finish the story of his movie without her or is there something else in store for them, is the thing that Roy extends upon!

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Roy Movie Review:

At more than two and a half hour Roy is a work to sit through with an excess of unnecessary songs and redirections and insufficient meat to either excite or thrill. In case you’re in the mind-set to watch a ‘film inside a film’ and a character traverse from reel to reality, a superior suggestion would be to watch Shamitabh.

Arjun Rampal resembles the ideal decision for this film. His crude and tough watch truly draws out the serious side of a artist. In any case this is truly not the sort of movies we anticipate from him.

Ranbir Kapoor looks puzzlingly lost in the film. Both his part and his execution are so dubious there is no option get it!

Jacqueline Fernandes assumes a double role in the film and looks completely stunning in them two. Yet for an execution, there is nothing excellent to watch out for this time.

What’s Good: Cinematography of the movie is one thing gets your consideration in any case. The areas have been picked remembering the nuance of the love story. Jacqueline Fernandes looks drop-dead beautiful in all the edges.

What’s Bad: The unusual script that gets unnecessarily confounding and goes over the head. The plot has been too complicatedly woven with power which in the end gets to be blundering. The length of time is long for a plot that as of now runs on a moderate pace.

Decision: Don’t rune your Valentine Day !!

Rating: 2/5 Stars