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Review of Agent Vinod

Review of Agent Vinod

Directo Sriram Raghavan and Saif Ali Khan’s venture Agent Vinod is an action spy thriller, which features Bollywood’s Oomph couple Saifeena in the lead. The rest of the cast- including Ram Kapoor, Prem Chopra, Ravi Kissen, Maryam Zakaria and Gulshan Grover play small but pivotal roles. Malika Haydon looks promising as the item girl.

The film starts with an interesting prologue in Afghanistan where Agent Vinod (Saif Ali Khan), a RAW agent, drawing a connection between them, that is primarily the story of this hugely anticipated flick. The film contains a been-there seen-that story of an Indian RAW Agent who is on a mission to crack a code that ends up in a nuclear attack on the country’s capital New Delhi. A couple of betrayals, loopholes, and eventually. While he’s after the killer of his friend/colleague Rajan (Ravi Kisen), Agent Vinod discovers the shocking plan of a terrorist group to kill millions with a nuclear suitcase bomb, which is kept under wraps. In the midst of his mission, he happens to meet undercover Pakistani ISI Agent Ruby (Kareena Kapoor), who is also, a doctor by profession.

Vinod leaves for Morocco, where he meets an elderly Mafidsi Kazan and the beautiful but mysterious or ruby. A series of twists and turns take Vinod across the globe from Marrakesh to Riga, Karachi to Delhi and finally London, where he discovers the ultimate conspiracy about a plot being made. Agent Vinod and Ruby have a common goal, but whether they will be able to crack the mystery and come to the rescue of people forms the rest of the story. The film contains a few moments that are really expert and you wish them to remain however the graph isn’t stable and has its ups and downs. The film additionally has variety of loopholes and the movie worth a wait is waste.

The music of Agent Vinod has saved the film with “Pyaar Ki Pungi” completely standing out. The mujra song, however, doesn’t do much for the success of the movie. Another dance number which is taken from international track is ‘I’ll do the Talking Tonight” is copied from Boney M’s ‘‘Rasputin’’ is a roar.

The script should’ve been crispier, it’s not like international Bond movie, but if you want watch the “Desi” Bond version, then this movie is an answer to your prayers. Go for it!


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