Monsoon Shootout Movie Review:
Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Vijay Verma, Geetanjali Thapa, Neeraj Kabi, Tannishtha Chatterjee
This is a film true movie-buffs could watch to learn some good stuff about narration, others can totally skip it. Watch it only if there’s a shootout happening in monsoon and you’ve no place elsewhere to hide.
Titled as monsoon shootout – the film’s deciding sequence is shot while it’s raining. Adi pointing a gun at Shiva & has three paths to follow as taught by his father – the wrong, right or the middle one. Rest of the story has 3 possible scenarios for each of his decision. The climax is entirely different, savour it if you digest the entire film.
The movie fails at being what it is! An unconventional way to narrate the story is anytime a good option but you need to have a good story for that. The dark, noir feeling is a desperate attempt to make it look interesting for its target audience.
Has few amazing moments – showing the time spent by using the lit candles, the face of a wet sculpture of Lord Ganesha falls witnessing the wrongdoings.