Raksha Bandhan Movie Review: Films made on brother-sister love have had a long run in Hindi cinema, but then Hindi cinema got lost in the Andheri suburb of Mumbai. A new light of cinema, which saves relationships and traditions, is now seen emerging from Aanand L Rai’s film ‘Raksha Bandhan’. Akshay Kumar considers it the best film of his career. Himesh Reshammiya has also established good company about brother-sister love and Akshay Kumar, who has turned 54, is also beginning to understand that his image of action hero has been shadowed by newcomers like Vidyut Jamwal, Tiger Shroff and Vijay Deverakonda. Is. For Akshay Kumar, a safe place in Hindi cinema can now be the same films as Jeetendra had once made for himself by doing films like ‘Judaai’, ‘Maang Bharo Sajna’ and ‘Asha’ in the second innings of his career.
Akshay Kumar’s new attempt
Apart from the multistarrer film ‘Sooryavanshi’, his last five films ‘Lakshmi’, ‘Bellbottom’, ‘Atrangi Re’, ‘Bachchan Pandey’ and ‘Samrat Prithviraj’ have proved to be a nightmare for Akshay Kumar. He smokes movies. Income tax is also paid the most. But, the films from which they have been earning this income, their fate has not been good at the box office. His another film ‘Mission Cinderella’ is to be released on OTT and its release date has not been decided yet. In such a situation, the film ‘Raksha Bandhan’ can prove to be a lifesaver for Akshay Kumar. Seeing Akshay Kumar with a perfect black mustache on a white beard, it is understood that the era of his romantic hero films is over. The characters with larger than life will also like them now in which they work according to their age. Praise be to Aanand L Rai that he managed to persuade a hero like Akshay with a Playboy image to play the elder brother of four sisters.
Good sign of return of relationship
If the film ‘Raksha Bandhan’ is successful at the box office, then it can be a good sign for Hindi cinema that cinema, especially Hindi cinema, can still be fed with sensations, feelings and relationships. Hindi cinema filmmakers desperate to imitate South Indian cinema need similar stories soaked in the juices of North India that can appeal to audiences in Hindi-speaking states. The gimmicks are not pleasing to the audience of this region. He catches the imitation immediately and it is still in his nature to cry, sob, giggle and shudder at the fear of something happening while watching the movie. In this sense, the film ‘Raksha Bandhan’ seems to be a fresh wind between the tales of worn-out and helpless feet. The story may not be very spectacular but Aanand L Rai manages to tell a simple love story woven between siblings, avoiding too many experiments.
Unmarried brother of unmarried sisters
Akshay Kumar is in the role of Lala Kedarnath here. The children of the locality tease him by saying ‘Lala, Meri Maa Ke Kangan Wapsi Kar De’, the famous dialogue from the film ‘Mother India’. This track could have been extended further. Lala has an ancestral chaat shop, about which it is famous that eating gol gappas here will only give birth to a pregnant son. This is a blow to the misconceptions about the attraction of sons in Indian society. Lal says time and again that this does not happen after eating golgappas worth Rs 25, but the public, he does not believe. The ancestors have taken some loan from the bank in the last century, the installment of which they are paying till today. And, the banker tells him the only way to get rid of the debt is to run away. The name of Nirav Modi also appears in this interpolation story. But, the real pain of the story is that Lala has given a promise to his dying mother not to marry her without marrying her sisters, and in the pursuit of fulfilling her, all the Monday fasts of his girlfriend Sapna, who lives in the locality, would have been fruitless. are going.
The film got spoiled in the script
The script of the film ‘Raksha Bandhan’, which is confined to a small distance, also has many flaws. Since the story is of a brother troubled by dowry, there are all the tricks from mortgaging the shop to selling the kidney, but the brother who returned home after selling the kidney, after getting the news of his sister on the day of Rakshabandhan, runs on the streets of Delhi and flows from her waist. The way no one goes unnoticed towards blood-stained pants, it is worth noting. The second glitch is the rapid pace of the film after the interval. After giving her dowry to her first sister, Lala realizes that the real thing she had to do was to educate and write her sisters so that they could choose their own life partner. That should have been the real message of this film as well. But in the process of wrapping up the film in a hurry, this important thing becomes secondary. The real solution to the dowry problem lies in the freedom given to daughters and sisters to be independent and choose the life partner of their choice.
The omen of the pair of Akshay and Bhumi
Akshay Kumar has been the biggest brand of cinema. He is also very much liked by the audience of Hindi cinema. To keep this choice intact, the ball is now in Akshay Kumar’s court. People are fed up with his films with Bhondi comedy. It is difficult for people to believe in their characters until they do action like Liam Neeson. Apart from gimmicks, films related to life values fall on them. From the movie ‘Raksha Bandhan’