Shamshera Movie Review

Stars Name : Ranbir Kapoor , Sanjay Dutt & Vaani Kapoo

These are not obstacles for Malhotra, who is most motivated to produce a big-screen spectacular. Shamshera contains some cleverly planned set-pieces where he excels, particularly in the first half. Malhotra can't keep it up though.

Karan Malhotra's skilled direction is insufficient to compensate for the appallingly weak material. Sadly, Karan appears to have taken excessive inspiration from Hollywood movies because several of his scenes and the appearances of some of his characters seem to have been taken straight from those movies.

Shamshera has a really engaging first half that is rounded off by a strong intermission block. However, the action slows down in the second half until picking up again at the finale, which is a significant high point.

In his debut dual role, Ranbir Kapoor absolutely kills it with intensity and paisa-vasool mass heroics, and Sanjay Dutt is delectably evil. Despite its highs and lows, those who enjoy the dacoit curry westerns of Bollywood from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s will enjoy this.

reminds me of #ThugsOfHindostan... This ship is sinking, and not even #RanbirKapoor's stellar power can save it... EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTING

At first glance, director and co-writer Karan Malhotra undoubtedly seems to have a huge idea, but his execution appears to have let him down.

Recently, Aditya Chopra's production company has not had the finest performance (Jayeshbhai Jordaar, Samrat Prithviraj to name a few). But they might have finally made some progress with Shamshera.