Ek Villain (2014) *HQ*

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Guru (Sidharth Malhotra) is a silent but callous gangster in Goa working for his boss (Remo Fernandes). He is struggling with his previous aching past and is finding it difficult to come over as it comes haunting him again and again until he come across this happy-go-lucky girl Aisha (Shraddha Kapoor). She helps brining him out of his dark times of yore and finally Guru falls in love and marries her.

They shift from Goa to Mumbai to kick-start a new life but their tender life is given a jolt when Aisha is murdered in a rather suspicious manner. Filled with rage Guru is out for seeking revenge from the murderer. But finally when he comes across him, whose name is Rakesh (Retiesh Deshmukh), he finds it difficult to provide him any harm as surprisingly this murderer is apparently inoffensive and modest.

What is the past of this attacker and what probably led him to kill Aisha? Is he serial killer, a pycho or is highly obsessed with something? Mohit describes such intriguing tale packed with twists and turns.

Inspired largely by Korean filmmaker Kim Jee-Woon’s I Saw the Devil (2010), Mohit Suri’s romantic thriller is Bollywoodised for the desi market.

While the Korean film relied on too much blood and gore, Suri’s film mixes romance and violence in equal measure, letting the plot meander a bit butallowing for some sharp twists as well. So there are those sweet moments interspersed with the melodious galliyan track rendered beautifully by Ankit Tewari. And there are also those look-over-your-shoulder thrills because suddenly, you have not one, but two villains running amok on screen. The cat and mouse game between the two bad men is exciting. However, there is some repeated violence that makes you squirm and wish that the writer had kept the plot tighter.

Sidharth kills with his good looks and delivers an angry man performance deftly; Riteish strikes the right amount of fear in his maniacal gear. Shraddha is bubbly and achingly beautiful. But the supporting cast should have been chosen more discerningly. Aamna Sharif as Riteish’s nagging wife is an irritant and Remo Fernandes as the mafia don should definitely have had more menace.

You cannot fault the scale of Ek Villain or berate its lead star cast. But you wish you could celebrate this thriller like you did Suri’s last movie outing Aashiqui 2.

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