Raees MOVIE REVIEW and Official Trailer – Shah Rukh, Harit, Ashish, Niraj
Bollywood Movie “Raees” Official Trailer :
Shah Rukh Khan
Well, finally, the big day has come as “Shah Rukh Khan” himself has unveiled the theatrical trailer of “Raees” and after watching this trailer, we can only say one thing that it was totally worth waiting for. SRK sports an extremely different and new look in “Raees” with kurta pajamas, kohl-rimmed eyes and golden spectacles followed by his baritone voice.
Story Plot :
RAEES is the fictitious story of a man named Raees, set in early 1980’s to 1990’s Gujarat, India. The film explores how Raees’ relationships and meteoric rise helped him build an entire empire from scratch, to make him the single most powerful man in the state. Less of a gangster but more of an impresario, Raees gains popularity, a cult following and most importantly the public’s trust by demonstrating entrepreneurial flair, unfettered determination to achieving his goals and ironically a heart of gold. His layered character traits encapsulate an inimitable blend of personas, making him revered, loved and feared. Always thinking ahead of the curve and using revolutionary ideas of management which were unheard of during his time, but are now doctrines for students, Raees eliminates every opposition that comes his way. However, his downfall will be crossing paths with the no-nonsense police officer Majumdar, whose sole reason for existence is the elimination of crime. What ensues next is a tumultuous battle between the two, which forms a key defining element of the film’s narrative.
Movie Review :
Shah Rukh Khan has never looked better; he’s full of fury and for once, isn’t spreading his arms, but breaking others’. The film lies entirely on his shoulders and he carries the weight most of the times. When he doesn’t, the ever-so-reliable Nawazuddin Siddiqui steps in with his crackling performance. In the trademark Nawaz style, he delivers some comic relief while playing the Tom to Khan’s Jerry. Mahirah is restricted to songs and a few emotional scenes, but doesn’t really add much. If her purpose was to soften the baddie, it’s lost on the viewer.
The movie can feel a bit long, but if you’re going for a great Shah Rukh performance and some good ol’ popcorn-entertainment, it might just ‘raees’ to the occasion. Review full review of Raees
Cinibook Ratting for Raees is : 3 / 5
Movie Cast & Crew :
|Directed by||Rahul Dholakia|
|Produced by||Ritesh Sidhwani
|Written by||Rahul Dholakia
|Starring||Shah Rukh Khan
|Music by||Ram Sampath|
|Edited by||Deepa Bhatia|
Red Chillies Entertainment
|Distributed by||Red Chillies Entertainment|