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Kranti...

Movie Review: kranti
Starring: Bobby Deol, Amisha Patel, Vinod Khanna, Kabir Bedi, Rati Agnihotri
Director: Naresh Malhotra

Producer: Vivek Kumar
  
     

Kranti is a father-son story where both are honest police officers. Well, honesty is the only thing common

about the two and everything else is very opposite. Avadesh Pratap Singh (Vinod Khanna), Commissioner of Police, believes in the principles and dictates of the law. But son, ACP Abhay Pratap Singh (Bobby Deol), believes that the laws are outdated. Ajay's motto is ""No FIR, No Arrest, No Talk, Faisla on the Spot!" and his father is dead against it. Meanwhile, Sanjana Roy (Amisha Patel) comes into Ajay's life. She is writing a thesis on Mumbai police and in one such effort while she was accompanying Ajay in one of his hunts, she gets shot.

This brings their story in the open and also find a bullet as a lead to the terrorist.
 
Next comes the villain.. It is Rana Pratap (Kabir Bedi) who happens to be a wealthy businessman known

for funding terrorism. Abhay gets to know all about Rana and in turn Rana gets him arrested for crimes he has not committed. Abhay is somehow rescued by his father and thereafter he is all set to prove his innocence and also prove that his motto was correct. After a series of confrontations, both father and son get united and their mission becomes that of killing Rana Pratap and in the end Avadesh Pratap Singh agrees that his son was right. Finally, he too says, "No FIR, No Arrest, No Talk, Faisla on the Spot!"

  
Well, nothing much is there in the film. It is a very old concept. Naresh Malhotra should have worked on it better. Dialogues by Sanjay S. Masoom are routine. Editing is loose. Cinematography is Ok. Technically

too the film is ok. Music by Jatin-Lalit is below average except the two numbers that have picked up, "Dil me dard sa jaga hai" and "Hai O Rabba".
 
Acting-wise, Bobby Deol could have been better. One feels as if he is copying his brother. Amisha has no role at all and one wonders why she ever chose this film. Vinod Khanna and Rati Agnihotri are just about ok but one had better expectations as regards their choice of

doing a movie especially when they are staging a comeback. Kabir Bedi looks smart and does a good job. His dialogue delivery is good and he is the only interesting character in the film.
  
Overall, Kranti is a disappointing film and will certainly not interest many.

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