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Wazir is a movie starring Amitabh Bachchan, Farhan Akhtar, and Aditi Rao Hydari. A grief-stricken cop and an amputee grandmaster are brought together by a peculiar twist of fate as part of a wider conspiracy that has darkened their...

Drama, Mystery, Thriller, Action, Crime
Bejoy Nambiar
Aditi Rao Hydari, Amitabh Bachchan, John Abraham, Farhan Akhtar

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Genres Drama, Mystery, Thriller, Action, Crime
Director Bejoy Nambiar
Writer Abhijat Joshi, Bejoy Nambiar, Natasha Sahgal, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Gazal Dhaliwal, Abhijeet Shirish Deshpande, Shubhra Swarup, Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Stars Aditi Rao Hydari, Amitabh Bachchan, John Abraham, Farhan Akhtar
Country India
Also Known As Move 5, The Last Square
Runtime 1 h 43 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Daanish is in the Anti Terrorism Squad and loses his daughter while chasing terrorists down. He decides to avenge the death of his daughter. He meets pandit Omkarnath who himself had lost his wife and daughter and becomes friends with him. 'Wazir' shows the struggle of a father to bring justice to those responsible.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 03:12

A movie like this does not come along very often, and I do mean very rarely. A villain (an almost random source of inspiration) wins a war. The villains, as we know them, are usually of the more selfish kind, or evil, in general, and the hero is the supposedly "good" one. It is that easy. The movie is not trying to be all "right", or all "wrong" at all. It just is what it is. It has characters that are likeable enough, even heroic, but that is just it. We are meant to sympathize with them, to love them. The villain is a deathless weapon, for example, but in that one short scene, the viewer is allowed to feel his emotions, and just be proud of having witnessed it. Of course, the hero's love is not so well supported, and the viewer cannot. We are reminded of the numerous scenes that are shown in the film, and yet the hero is supposed to be the heart-breaker, the "bad guy" of the movie. He is not, but he is not any better either. There is a scene in which a car explodes, and the hero jumps out and runs towards the bad guy. We watch the hero lead the bad guy into a street, and that is as close as we get to actually seeing the hero actually get a beating. In the end, we are only supposed to know that the villain had "tried" to kill the hero, but as the movie ends, we are still supposed to sympathize with the hero. You will find yourself rooting for him, but you will not be sure of his heroics. This is a good thing in a movie like this. All in all, it is a very good movie, and I recommend it for anyone who enjoys a movie that will make you think.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 10:41

When I first heard that a Salman Khan film was to be made, I didn't really have a clear picture of the film. However, the day I saw the trailer for this film, I was caught by surprise. The trailers looked good, but when you see the movie, it is the best part of the film. It is about how life, in the Indian sub-continent, works. The violence is much more brutal than the violence in Hollywood movies. For example, when Salman's character shoots his wife, it's so much blood that it's almost like it's pouring from the floor. This film is also really dark. There are no super heroes or super villains in this movie. However, the relationship between the father and son is very realistic and very touching. A big part of the film is devoted to the story of the journey of Sama's character. It is hard to imagine that there is so much violence, but he is forced to become a soldier in order to save his daughter. Sama loses his wife but he doesn't give up because he has to do what he has to do. He has to protect her. All these stories are great. The music in this movie is also amazing. There is a great melody that plays whenever Sama and Sama's son are together. It is wonderful. There are also some beautiful songs that play during the marriage scene. The music is very important to the film. It has a great tempo and it is well integrated. Sajid Khan's direction is also great. In the beginning of the film, we see a "live" Sajid Khan. His son watches a video of a young boy. He decides to kill the boy but he stops himself. Sajid Khan shows us how love and hate are created. He also shows us the culture and differences between "Indian" and "Pakistani" people. There are many amazing things about this film. The cast of the film is superb. Salman Khan is incredible. In my opinion, he should have won the Best Actor Award. I just wonder if he was nominated. Madhavan has a role that is very special. He is amazing. When I first heard of him, I wasn't very impressed with him. I was not sure if he was an actor that could make a big impact on the Bollywood scene. But when I saw this film, I was totally surprised at how brilliant he was. He showed a kind of resilience and determination that was impossible for him to display. He really did have that "Indian" approach to what he was doing. He also showed great cinematography in this film. When he is in the front seat of the car, you can
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 10:39

Well I have to say it has been a long time since I have watched a film that gets your attention and stays with you for a long time. Manamu is the first Indian film that do this for me, so I cannot complain. I will keep it short, my first impression of this film is that it has a good story, good music and great visuals. Also the characters are real and feel like they are not doing the same thing they used to. Manamu is a different story, you have to watch it for yourself, but Manamu is definitely a must watch. The story is different, as a story it has not that many scenes. All the characters are good and you can feel them towards each other. The story is also unique and well executed. The film has many funny and intelligent jokes in the film, and the humour in the film is funny. The film is well filmed and well edited, with a great amount of action sequences. All the actors, especially Manamu, Kalki and Sohauddin, deliver very well in their roles. All the main characters in the film are well developed and you can feel their feelings towards each other. The film is well made and with a great sound track, but it is not so good in the film itself. There are a few moments when the sound goes from deafening to muffled. I have to say that I liked the music in the film more than the film itself, it was good, but a bit overused, but it was good. But the story is different, the music is different, the music is also good in the film itself, but the film is different, and the music is different. The film is not a perfect film, but it is one of the best films to be released in 2014. It is worth watching, it is unique and well made, but there are a few moments where it goes down from the perfect standard of a film to a perfect standard of a film. So a 7 out of 10 for the film, but I would have given it a 10 for the story, and the music, for the film itself.
Friday, 03 Apr 2020 14:51

Coming in late on a Wednesday night after seeing something else, I decided to try and pick up something a little different. I popped a couple of movies I had seen the previous day into my DVD player. The first thing I did was try and get through a couple of those other releases and watched this one first. When I got to the first film I had the initial shock and shock, "Why the hell is this film playing?" The film opened on a bigger screen and it was on a video station with tons of other films so I figured maybe I could see this film on my small screen. The film was on a list of films for a few days and I finally got around to it and it turned out to be a really good film. The cast is perfect. The lead character is played by a German actor, Jakob Schindler who really wasn't bad in the film and I am actually proud of him for this. He did a great job and he even got a few laughs. The other cast members are pretty much great too, though I still can't help but notice that every character has his own speciality and there isn't a single character that isn't a little bit annoying. My favorite character however is Gio, because I can't really find anyone who isn't annoying. Even though he is a badass, I hate him. He is just so un-mature and stupid and he doesn't know a thing about the film, he just is. That is probably why I can't take him too seriously. When the film is on a small screen though, I can just be me. The film has a big score for me. I like the film more and more with each viewing. I love the music and the way the film is shot. I really like how it is shot. I love how it is set up, I love how the story is set up. The film has lots of neat camera angles. It just flows really well. I like how the director went with different camera angles at different times in the film. The way the camera moves from the open view to the close view is just really cool. The film also had a lot of decent action in it. The shoot-outs are really good. I love the scene where the bomb is dropped. There is also a great car chase and a great explosion. Overall, the film is good. The actors are good, the film is a good film and it is funny. I don't have anything else to say about the film. I am going to see it again tonight and I am hoping to get around to the last film in the film.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 10:00

In between films like "Bajirao Mastani" and "Gangster No. 1", Shah Rukh Khan has done a couple of variations on the common A-class crime-rife kind of films but this one comes as a bit of a surprise. His character, Chak Dalgai, and the intricate plot involving his estranged son, Chak Zafar, are quite complex, full of suspense, and put in to great use. But Khan seems a bit too much into his role, which takes away from the film at times. The screenplay is simple but effective. The film has a simple story, which begins to surprise but also at times seems to get dull. Its follows the basic formula of A-class crime films like "Bajirao Mastani" and "Gangster No. 1", and is fairly similar to "Tail of the Dragon". Its like a generic version of "Cinderella" but with a different twist. But at times, this is the best kind of film and the strongest film that Khan has done. But it's not without flaws, like it's ending which doesn't go as expected. The climax also seems to leave a lot to be desired and not as good as the climax in "Gangster No. 1" which was stronger and had more cliffhangers. Yet, these flaws do not distract from the film. The acting is solid, the story is original, the character of Chak Dalgai is much better than his character in "Bajirao Mastani" and in "Gangster No. 1", and Shah Rukh Khan is at his best with a simple role. Fans of Khan's character are also in for a treat, as is a newcomer, Deepti Naval, who has great chemistry with Khan and appears in a number of scenes. The film will appeal to audiences of all ages and genres, and definitely some people will not be happy with the ending but overall, "Waheeda Rehman" is an enjoyable film which is worthy of watching.

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