Bell bottom Movie Review

Bell Bottom movie review

STORY: this is often often a story of an undercover spy whose code-name was Bellbottom embarks on a covert mission to free 210 hostages held by hijackers.

REVIEW: within the thriller Bell Bottom, Akshay Kumar plays the role of a spy of RAW who was named by the code name ‘Bell Bottom’. After a plane was hijacked and lands in Amritsar, Akshay Kumar is brought in many |to avoid wasting”> to save lots of lots of the day. The film centers around his plans of a daring operation to rescue 210 hostages and neutralize four hijackers.
Like several other Akshay Kumar’s films which are inspired by real incidents, this Ranjit Tiwari directorial is additionally supported the 2 events which happened within the late 70s to early 80s during Indira Gandhi’s tenure as Prime Minister of India. The movie was shoot during the pandemic across various locations in India and Scotland.

Akshay Kumar’s smashing entry as Bell Bottom certainly attracts some whistles and cheering together can’t ignore the actual fact that he looks dapper at 53. Actress Vaani Kapoor as Akshay Kumar’s wife is fabulous on-screen and even with a small screen time, she supports her character very well. The film also stars Adil Hussain, Huma Qureshi, and Lara Dutta. Given the type of buzz that the film had been generating, mostly around Dutta’s make-up, we will certainly say that her makeover as former Prime Minister Gandhi is mindblowing. She is hardly recognizable! Huma Qureshi appears to help the Indian team out while rescuing Indian citizens stuck on the hijacked plane.

Akshay Kumar utilizes his star potential to the fullest, with gusto. Playing the role of former P.M. Indira Gandhi on screen is no mean feat and Lara looks confident and convincing in her role. Akshay’s mother’s role is being portrayed by Dolly Ahluwalia and they share some touching as well as funny scenes with each other on-screen.

The story is Written by Parveez Shaikh and Aseem Arora, the film manages to hold your attention for all of 123 minutes. You may have to hold on to every second of the action as it unfolds like there is a lot of back and forth in the storyline. The pace of the film maintains its steadiness and the narrative and characters did not loose their momentum.

While you ride along with the story of the movie, the incidents that unfold don’t really absorb you emotionally.  In a film like this, you would expect a lot of goosebump moments, but this isn’t the case. Also, the film leaves you with several questions unanswered, such as the hostages’ agony and the hijackers’. The climax of the film is underwhelming and abruptly winds up. The movie has its own flaws, but it does not fail to entertain.