Andhadhun Movie Review – Fear, Thrill and Excitement all under a single roof

Andhadhun Movie Review

There is more to it than the eye meets

Director: Sriram Raghavan

Cast: Ayushmann Khurrana, Radhika Apte, Tabu


About the story – Andhadhun Review

A blind piano artist resides in Pune. He is privy to a murders aftermath. He is excellent with his fingers, received tip, highest in the history of any club. A positive attitude keeps him up throughout his life.

As the movie name suggests Andhadhun, so some of its dialog. A taut thriller, he has much more than we expect. In spite of being an excellent pianist, fate is not in his pocket. He is blind, and even though mysteries take place in front of him, he cannot voice his sight.

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AndhaDhun Movie  Review

The director is known for dicing out twist and turns in any theme and the same he does in Andhadhun. A thriller blissfully captivated with humor and comedy. Slicing fun in a thriller is not an easy take, but Raghavan does it beautifully. The primary target of the movie is:

Do you believe what you see?

The movie is a sheer inspiration of a French film L’Accordeur or The Piano Tuner by Olivier Treiner. Also, a movie that would rack your nerves. A perfect fusion of deceit, crime, and fear and would keep you decked in the corner of your seat.

The Picturization: Andhadhun Movie Review

The movie has made a substantial impact with its excellent screenplay and a narration which is masterfully penned. The characters are audacious, and the never-ending twist and turns keep your deck up. Mood swings are expected as you go along with the movie.

The first half of the movie is brimmed with fun, thriller, and fear but as the movie loops towards the end, the story slugs a bit. The plot seems to sink and turns chaotic. Long conversation soothes the pace set in the first half. But then, the climax makes up for all.

The Characters: Andhadhun Movie Review

Ayushman Khurana has justified the role of the blind pianist. The efforts put up by him would leave you in a state of awe. Every second, he lives up to the expectations. A versatile actor, the role is his best so far.

Tabu, on the other hand, stood by the expectations. She lives the character both erratic and vulnerable. Other as Anil Dhawan and Chhaya Kadam plays their part well. Amit Trivedi’s music induces the much needed haunting edge. All in one the movie is excellent in all terms.

It’s hard to interpret the movie as you will be exposed to a series of unfortunate events from beginning to end. An engaging thriller awaits your presence.

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