Star Cast:Amy Jackson, Prabhu Deva, Sonu Sood, Tamannaah
Nimral Kaur (Irrfan Khan) Kidnaps the Home Minister’s son. In return of the Home Minister’s son Irrfan doesn’t demand money but asks him and his team to look for his own son who went missing. The movie discovers the hardships Nirmal has had to go through and his breaking point.
Audience vs Critics
Madaari turned out to be a dull watch for the audience and critics too. While Irrfan Khan’s performance was praised, the film did not make an impact. Its subject of corruption wasn’t showed well in the film and most couldn’t relate to the movie.
Script & Plot
While the idea of the plot was strong, its treatment went weak. Director Nishakant Kamat failed to show the real man struggles that could resonate with the audience. The scripting was not strong enough to pull the film through too.
While Irrfan Khan performed very well in the film , the weak plot and script pulled his performance down. The actors did a sincere job in the film. Nicer writing would’ve made the film better.
Madaari’s music was jointly composed by Vishal Dadlani and Sunny-Inder Bawra. The story of the film was kept well in mind while composing its music but the songs are not impactful enough to be remembered.