Sergeant Movie Review: Sergeant suffers from drastic depression after losing an appendage on duty. After meeting Monica, he obtains a conviction and oath to regain his earlier life by expounding a critical case. The film was helmed by Prawaal Raman.
About Sergeant Movie
Released Date: June 30, 2023
Genres: Drama/ Thriller
Written & Directed by: Prawaal Raman
Star Cast: Randeep Hooda, Daphne Alexander, Sonia Goswami, Arun Govil, Adil Hussain, Xavi Nixon, and Sapna Pabbi
Produced by: Mohit Chhabra, Jyoti Deshpande, Ajay Rai
Music by: Tushar Lall, Aman Pant
Production Companies: Jar Pictures, Jio Studios
Duration: 2 Hours and 3 Minutes. (123 minutes)
Streaming Platform: JioCinema
Sergeant Movie Plot
Sergeant is set around Nikhil Sharma (Randeep Hooda), a resolute and ethically honourable police officer who valiantly takes on the charge of resolving a case that not only leaves him substantially injured but also has an enormous impact on his career.
Sergeant Movie Review
Sergeant,’ penned and helmed by Prawaal Raman, is a Suspense drama that immediately submerges the viewer in a universe of apprehension and absorbs. The film pursues adherent Nikhil Sharma‘s (Randeep Hooda) energetic pursuit for truth, even after his leg is cleaved, which compelled him to work from a desk rather than on the meadow. Raman proficiently manages to erect an appealing environment for the viewers all through the (123-minute duration. Although the venture is well executed and the cast is marvellous, this mystery drama falls short in execution.
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The screen presence is deliberate, but the Mysterious erects gently, conserving the tension all through the film. In distinction, the closure feels frantic, with each thing attached up in the last couple of minutes. The adaptation of Nikhil’s under-way quarrel with his Dad (Arun Govil), whom he holds Responsible for his mother’s Demise, and Inspector Haider Ali (Adil Hussain), whom he holds responsible for obtaining his stance regardless of being mundanely unfit, becomes tedious after a while. To finish, in spite of its faults in execution, Randeep Hooda’s Commendable performance and enthralling chronicle make ‘Sergeant‘ an interesting experience.