REVIEW: Covert operations, a super-skilled fighter and an elite authorities company on a mission to avoid wasting the nation. These are among the staple elements for a narrative that provides ample scope to infuse senseless motion, chest-thumping patriotism and convoluted plot twists. That’s ‘Raksha Kavach Om’ for you in brief – a movie that should have checked all of the containers for a slick actioner on paper however on display, it doesn’t pack the identical punch. Director Kapil Verma and his writers get the setting proper to mount their bold thriller, however the writing is clunky and in every single place. The movie begins with Om (Aditya Roy Kapur) being referred to as in for an all-important mission, however the assault leaves him half-dead. When he recovers, he has misplaced his reminiscence and he’s now fumbling to seek out solutions about his previous and current. He’s within the care of Kavya (Sanjana Sanghi), who can kick some critical butt in terms of defending her crew members. They’ve their activity minimize out however amidst all of this, Om additionally wants to seek out his father and show to the world that he was not a traitor.
It’s a narrative that’s padded with a number of layers making it unnecessarily complicated. The deafening background rating provides noise to each huge and small occasion on the display. Nonetheless, the motion choreography is a particular plus and considerably makes up for the in any other case prolonged and laborious screenplay. Aditya Roy Kapur is smouldering in his new macho avatar as an out-and-out motion hero. The hassle and dedication he has put into bodily remodeling himself for the function exhibits on display. His motion is spectacular, and it is a style he can in all probability discover extra. Sanjana Sanghi is among the few ladies on this all-male area, however her function or efficiency has nothing noteworthy. Ashutosh Rana performs his half diligently whereas Prakash Raj comes off as very stereotyped. Jackie Shroff as scientist Dev is aptly solid.
‘Rashtra Kavach Om’ is simply as unreal and outlandish as its identify, if no more. However in case you’re a diehard Aditya Roy Kapur fan then perhaps this mission isn’t all that doomed for you.