This story took place in a small town in Himachal Pradesh. Where a suicide bomber held a school full of children’s hostages. The key to saving their lives is located in the famous police past (which is also a prisoner). Can he catch the mastermind and save a life?
The collar bomb, starring Jimmy Shergill, came out at Disney + Hotstar.
Also starring in Asha Negi, Sparsh Shrivastava and Rajshri Deshpande, Crime Thriller was directed by Dnyanesh Zoting.
While the bomb collar will make you addicted, some striking gaps make films predictable, at least for fans of genres. Given that it is only 86 minutes, a more robust script will make it a tighter and exciting watch.
The open collar bomb with Akshay (Naman Jain from Chillar Party) asked his father. Former Supercop Manoj Hesi (Shergill), why he left the beautiful sanawa. The boy had got a seat at the Top St. George school and then realized that it was a thank you to his father.
Who completed a complicated case related to the death of students. Acerbic’s Acerbic conversation fell by a suicide bomber, with a collar bomb and a list of demands. Manoj must complete three tasks.
When he finished the fight, Manoj was trying to save his son and other children in school, the shadow of his excellent ‘Purana Paap’. The old secret came out, and the same as we settled, did not accidentally reveal the secret. Connecting points is the child game after that, making the rest of the film predictable.
Jimmy Shergill once again impressed as super police, like the Asha Negi TV actor.
The script allows us to see the new side for actors who have carried out the role of goody-two-shoes until now. He played a young policeman who had never blinked, whatever his pressure. Balika Vadhu Actor Sparsh also provides honest performance. As for Rajshri Deshpande, our high expectations met with a bit of disappointment.
The only statement that might live with you for a long time after watching a movie is how people judge people based on their appearance – how we see people based on their religion, class, and caste.
Like perfectly made dishes that don’t have enough salt, something is wrong with the collar bomb. You keep waiting for WOW that never comes. But if you want a thriller that can be serviced. To watch the weekend, you can try it.
Biosatography by Jitan Harmit Singh is very enchanting with a beautiful local from a soothing hill station in this serious crime drama. The Nisarg Mehta dialogue and Gaurav Sharma are pretty average and reminiscent of the 80s cinema. For example, “Wale Wale Kuch Nahi Kar Paayenge Toh Khadi Ko Ko. Mein Mein Mein Utarna Padega Na (if people in uniform cannot do their duties correctly, politicians must be responsible in their hands).”
Like Sho Manoj Hesi, famous supercop Jimmy Sheirgill stole the show.
But he was stuck in a script that made little room for the development of clear characters. Even so, Hesi brought a central stage with other police officials, especially the ASI Sumitra Joshi (Asha Negi), who was police without nonsense.
Asha Negi, who recently appeared in ‘Ludo’ and ‘Abhay 2’ opposite Kunal Khuku, very impressive. He was also seen doing several actions (the scene where he entered Dhaba. Which burns by several locals.
Entirely entering and even the correct local dialect. Sparsh Shrivastav as Bugida Ali Bomber, Naman Jain as Akshay Hesi (Manoj’s son), Rajshri Deshpande and the rest of the ensemble cast has given a decent appearance in this intense thriller.
“Life is a chain built from the decisions we made”. When Jimmy Sheirgill said in the end. Concluding the stunning drama of this 87 minutes. It will make you connect to the chair all the time.