Most of the crime thrillers made in the Bollywood film industry are inspired or copied from somewhere. Which is why his scenes don’t keep the audience uninterrupted but the good thing with director Bejoy Nambier’s film ‘Taish’ is that this film doesn’t give you a chance to move even for a moment. The screenplay in this movie is so great that you just keep looking at the screen to see what’s going to happen?
The story of ‘Taish’ is quite different from the conventional Indian films. Among them are two families who are facing various problems. The two families clash during the wedding, where Sunny (the enchanted emperor) kills one member of the other family. After this murder, Sunny learns that the person he killed is the biggest don in the city. Now Sunny has to flee and Don’s brother Pali (Harshvardhan Ren) has to kill him. It would be nice if you could find out for yourself during the movie why Sunny killed Don.
The most interesting feature of the film is its screenplay. There are two different stories going on in the first part of ‘Taish’ but still the listener is uninterruptedly attached to it. The two stories meet before the break and there is a tremendous explosion. This test may be heavy on the producers but the way Bejoy has served the screenplay on screen is admirable.
If we talk about the performance of the actors, everyone has done well. Pulkit Samrat, Harshvardhan Ren, Kriti Kharbanda, Sanjida Sheikh, Jim Sarv and Ankur Rathi have done well in their respective roles.
One negative thing about the film ‘Taish’ is that the enchanted emperor is seen doing extra work in some places. There are some scenes where Pulkit looks like he is trying to be a Bollywood hero. This goes against the film as ‘Taish’ is completely different from the traditional themed Bollywood movies.
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