Batla House Review: John Abraham’s film is good, will not be able to live without applause on some scenes

Batla House Review: John Abraham's film is good, will not be able to live without applause on some scenes 1
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Bollywood actor John Abraham is currently in discussion about his film Batla House. The story of the film is based on the encounter in 2008 at L-18 Batla House in Jamia Nagar, Delhi. The film stars John Abraham as police officer Sanjeev Kumar Yadav and Ravi Kishan as Delhi Police’s special cell officer K.K. The two along with their team raid the L-18 building of Batla House and heap up two alleged terrorists of Indian Mujahideen. At the same time, a terrorist escapes. K.K also dies in this encounter.

Many questions arose regarding this encounter. The encounter was described as fake due to which Sanjeev has to face many problems. He suffers from mental illnesses like post traumatic disorder and during this time his wife Nandita Kumar (Mrunal Thakur) stands with him. The story of the film revolves around what kind of situations Sanjeev Kumar faces in order to prove himself innocent.

The story of the film is based on the real incident, due to which its start is a little slow but the film does not bore the audience. The story of the film is such that it keeps the audience hooked. The second half of the film is excellent and John wins the audience’s heart once again with his acting. When John is questioned in the film, the scenes are excellent. At the same time, some dialogues and scenes of the film are so good that the audience is unable to live without applause.

Speaking of acting, Mrinal Thakur’s role in the film could not touch the hearts of the audience. She is neither seen as powerful in the role of John’s wife nor in the role of a journalist. Speaking of Nora Fatehi, her role in the film is more powerful than Mrinal’s role. At the same time, the role given to Ravi Kishan, he has done it better. It would not be wrong to say that the film has met the expectations of the audience.

Directed by Nikhil Advani, the film does not have a lot of focus on the songs, but Nora Fatehi’s song Saki – Saki is liked by the audience. The film used real video footage of leaders like Arvind Kejriwal, Amar Singh and Advani. The film lacks writing but based on the real story, the film is a great entertainer.

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