Yodha (2024) Movie Review

Yodha (2024) Movie Review

Yodha (2024) Movie Review: Karan Johar has given opportunity to many new talents as an actors. Since these recognizable faces are from film families, people are more attracted towards them. This time Karan has brought two new promising films in the form of ‘Yodha’, towards which people have received very little attention till now. But, after this film, both of them seem to be successful in writing their names among the capable directors of Hindi cinema as well as among the new choice of directors.

Karan Johar has given a big opportunity to Sagar Ambre and Pushkar Ojha, who are honing their skills under the tutelage of new age directors like Aditya Dhar and Siddharth Anand, by handing over the responsibility of directing the film ‘Yodha’. He has proved this in his very first film. That if producers are with them then they too have the ability to make films like ‘Pathan’ and ‘Jawaan’.

To be honest, the marketing team of the film has not done any work to generate interest in watching the film ‘Yodha’ till the day of the film’s release. Even after Siddharth Malhotra touring different cities across the country, the promotion of this film has not been done in the right direction. The film ‘Yodha’ is the first perfect suspense, action thriller of this year.

This film, which started with zero percent expectations, achieved 80 points out of 100 by the time it reached the end, so the biggest credit for this goes to both the directors of the film. The script of the film is so tight and layered that the viewer remains constantly entangled in solving its puzzles. Siddharth Malhotra’s acting ability has its limits, but this time he has tried to go beyond them. The biggest strong point of the film is the good roles given to its three lead actresses.

Three Ladies and a Hero

There are three women in the story of the film ‘Yodha’. One holds a senior position in the Government of India. The second is an air hostess and the third is a pilot. There is a warrior at the center of all three stories. Warriors i.e. a team of brave fighters of the Navy, Army and Air Force who can attack the enemy under any circumstances and destroy his intentions. Their leader has inherited courage from his father. At the martyr’s memorial, he caresses his father by taking his name. He calls his wife Mrs. Katyal and knows airplane parts as if he studied aeronautical engineering in college.

The story moves forward like a frog leaping in its timeline and after reaching the real issue, it entangles the audience in such a way that the audience is left with no option but to take the story to the climax. How much confidence the makers of Sagar Ambre and Pushkar Ojha’s film ‘Yodha’ would have had on it, will be known in the interviews that will come after its release, but this film is being prepared for release first on 7th July last year and then on 8th July.

Last year, Hindi cinema has adopted the series of action stories revolving around like Jalebi dipped in the syrup of patriotism through films like ‘Pathan’, ‘Jawaan’, ‘Gadar 2’, its new love is the film ‘Yodha’. , There is no hero like Shahrukh Khan or Sunny Deol in the film, but after the release of this film, Siddharth Malhotra is no less than them. The new generation audience has now got an action hero of their own age. Where Tiger and Karthik failed, Siddharth has left his mark.

Its three actors Raashi Khanna, Disha Patani and Sunny Hinduja have done a good job in maintaining the suspense and thrill of this film till the end, which establishes Sidharth Malhotra again on the big screen. Sagar Ambre created a stir in the House by showing Rashi Khanna working in the Secretariat of the Government of India from the beginning. This internal conflict also provides an undercurrent to the film.

Disha Patani’s job is usually to look beautiful in the film, but when she is seen in saree for the first time in the film, then the matter becomes somewhat interesting. At the same time, as Disha’s character moves towards her true direction, the matter also becomes interesting. Both of them have played their characters very seriously and without overacting. Sunny Hinduja got an important role as the main villain in a Hindi film in the role of Jalal, a terrorist sitting on the other side of the border. Sunny’s credibility in cinema has increased with the recently released web series ‘Aspirants’ and ‘The Railway Men’.

Karan Johar has made an excellent team for this film. Jishnu Bhattacharya’s cinematography and Shivkumar Panikkar’s editing have kept the pace of the film ‘Yodha’ connected with its story right from the first scene. The result of the tuning of these two with Sagar and Pushkar is that where the film has to look beautiful, it keeps the audience engaged and where it is a matter of sitting holding the corner of the seat, this quartet together will do wonders.

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