Bawaal OTT Movie Review: Amazon Prime Video offered us an exaggeration segment that we often learn about and read about in movie reviews. Obviously, after watching the Nitesh Tiwari-directed Bawaal, we are convinced that it is well crafted for the faithful rendition of the drama by the pairing of Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor for the first time. Nitesh Tiwari helmed, and Sajid Nadiadwala’s dream project Bawaal’s story was very difficult to narrate and bring alive the characters of the screen, but the talented director did an impressive job in the film.
About OTT Movie Bawaal
Venture Type: OTT Movie
Released Date: July 21, 2023
Genres: Romance/ Action/ Drama
Directed by: Nitesh Tiwari
Written by: Nitesh Tiwari, Piyush Gupta, Nikhil Mehrotra, Shreyas Jain
Story by: Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari
Star Cast: Varun Dhawan, Janhvi Kapoor, Manoj Pahwa , Anjuman Saxena, Mukesh Tiwari, and Gunjan Joshi.
Produced by: Sajid Nadiadwala, Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari
Production Companies: Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, Earthsky Pictures
Duration: 137 Minutes
Streaming Platform: Amazon Prime Video
Bawaal Movie plot
The story revolves around Lucknow, India, where Ajay Dixit (Varun Dhawan) has eternalized his life in imaginary excellence with a prestigious job, an attractive appearance, a strong position in society, and an attractive wife. His decision to marry an educated and attractive Nisha (Janhvi Kapoor) is also derived from his aspiration to rise in social status.
Also, this image-reactive history teacher ploy backfires when his wife, Nisha, clearly doesn’t follow his ideal relationship of excellence. This hinders the work and hampers the integrity of Ajju Bhaiya‘s maliciously created image.
To overcome this hurdle, Ajay and Nisha leave for a tour to Germany, vestiges of World War 2, unperceived of the certainty that a few life sessions anticipate them on the mainland. Now these lessons for the duo are for the audience to view.
Varun and Janhvi starrer Bawaal OTT Movie Review
We frequently heard people state that ‘story is the king’, and in the Bawaal case, it is truly reliable. It’s not a simplistic script to associate, unwind, and explain in implementation, but honour to Helmer Nitesh Tiwari for bringing it alive on screen with his Compassionate, open-minded vision. He has co-written with Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, Nikhil Mehrotra, Piyush Gupta, and Shreyas Jain, and the crew has put their A game forwards for this poignant story of interpretation and reclamation.
The plot of the film is a bit lethargic, and it spends too much time spoiling Ajay’s fictional image and how he manipulates Nisha. Some paths are outstretched and synchronised after a portion—like a Gujarati household continually passing the packets of a munch to each other on the flight or when Ajay erroneously ends up at an opera instead of a museum.
Varun Dhawan delivers a stellar performance as a liberal and cocky guy who doesn’t really care about anything other than his image. He effortlessly enacts scenes where he accepts his culpability. He is admirable in the scene when he imagines that he becomes a war thug with only half an hour and a small sack to present what he had spent his whole life and insisted on.
Janhvi Kapoor glows in the character of a clever but respectful girl who caught on to the desire to detect love in her husband. She basically shows her fortitude in the sequences in which she takes Ajay all over the resonate history of World War II, and her dialogue and timing are on point. Other crucial characters, including Manoj Pahwa and Anjuman Saxena as his parents and Mukesh Tiwari as the MLA, lend able support.
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Bawaal is interesting to watch for the history of World War II, particularly the leisure of the cataclysm. Varun and Janhvi both give stellar performances. We recommend you watch the film at least once; Ajay and Nisha‘s characters will definitely blow your mind. We can tell this was one of Janhvi Kapoor‘s finest performances in her entire career.