Anek 2022

IMDb Ratings: 8.4/10
Genres: Action, Thriller
Language: Hindi
Release Year: 2022

Director: Anubhav Sinha

Stars Cast: Ayushmann Khurrana, Andrea Kevichüsa, Shovon Jaman

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 Anek Review

ANEk rode the Ayushmann Khurrana stage for public awareness films but begins and ends with the microphone being passed to the character in question. This is a step in the right direction. Corrects what was left of Aysuhmann's last film to be sought. Anek, however, is not limited to the northeastern region of India. Anek has a desire for prominence. He probably wants to be more prominent in order to benefit himself. Small film and visionary. The idea of ​​transitioning to a participatory democracy. India's vision shifts to the United States of India.

Anubhav Sinha is an amazing question. You can see that you hate to leave any question unanswered and that trend is at the forefront of this film. His questions are often difficult and sometimes confusing. The hope is that his insatiable desire to ask questions will reach moviegoers and make them think deeply about our educational system that has severely hindered them.

The movie stays on the brand with this team and ends with a question. Negotiation is easy. The film wants the public to come up with answers to those questions instead of being didactic about its point. And the film does its job of giving all sides enough images to look impartial - the government, the disgruntled government official, the politically motivated rebels, the terrorist group representing the voice of the people, the militant group that pushes India to see reality and not just on paper. Unlike other exciting political artists, this film is very different. So much so that I have seen people think that it is full of mud because of it. It is disturbing because the film is significantly damaged by what I call Batman vs Superman syndrome.

The editor has polluted the entire team. Their work is so hard that it does the worst for everyone from actors to writers to filmmakers who have done almost the same work. There are scenes where you can say they were cut to shorten the film and thus end up being ridiculous. There are also a few tricks (why Joshua has a heart change for 3 years living in an undisclosed location of NE) looking for an unexpected level of unbelief in a film based on reality. Add to that the value of film production is cheaper probably because of its tight budget.

Ayushmann Khurrana, however, did his best to manage the film despite all its flaws. His performance elevates the film and keeps you busy even if the editing venues take you out. His gray shadows are even more impressive than his transformation into a compassionate man - the last of which he has done many times throughout his career. Note his incident after the North-South language incident. A high-level, award-winning work that involves a senseless question that is bound to make everyone feel uncomfortable and ends with a statement that could stifle a large part of its audience. It is a shame though that this film does not give him enough sequence of actions because the man was big enough to pull it off. Andrea did an amazing job on the debutante. He is flexible throughout the film. Veteran actors Kumud Mishra, Manoj Pahwa and Loitongbam Dorendra live up to their names especially the last two who got enough pictures in the film.

Despite all the difficulties that plagued the film, its height is very positive and leaves a lasting impression on you with its very important questions that almost fill the bottom. Hopefully we will get a direct summary of this film one day that will do justice to it.