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Kangana Ranaut Starrer Dhaakad Fails To Leave A Mark!

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Dhaakad released in the theatre on Friday and is considered a two-hour embarrassing series more than a film. Director Razneesh Razy Ghai’s Dhaakad portrays Kangana Ranaut as an Indian undercover agent Agni. The story is about a human trafficking rally led by Rudraveer (Arjun Rampal) portrayed with a rugged look and heavily tattooted. Rudraveer has an evil partner called Rohini (Divya Dutta), who was raised in the sex trade itself. As the film progresses, Agni’s work takes her from Europe to central India. By the time Agni faces Rudraveer, a past connection comes back to haunt her and finally leads her to the truth. 

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Along the way, we see that Agni has a painful background. However, the storytelling is colourless and soulless, so much so that watching Dhaakad is like sleeping on a snowy winter day: it will leave your body cold. Dhaakad is not so real that the formation of its rural scenes can go back to the Superman saga Man of Steel and Henry Cavill. At least the external shooting is complex and produces several amazing visuals. However, Dhaakad does not even have that.

Agni has an immortal body that is miraculously healed in an explosive car. That’s a bit of a problem when you see that most Bollywood men and Hollywood action flicks tend to survive the potential dangers to casual Homo sapiens like you and me. Dhaakad’s problem is too big: lack of thought.

To fill in the blanks of ideas, highly violent scenes are added to the forum from time to time. We find Kangana Ranaut aka Agni sticking her thumb in a man’s eye at one point.TBH, the 2 hour and 10 minute long film will leave you speechless, in a negative way!

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