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Holiday (2014) *HQ*

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Holiday begins with Captain Virat Bakshy coming back to Mumbai. On his advent, his parents take him to meet Saiba (Sonakshi Sinha), as a part of an arranged marriage proposal. While initially it doesn’t work out between them, with Virat assuming Saiba to be a shy and reticent person, he eventually gets to see a brighter, enthusiastic and feistier side of her.

Meanwhile, Virat entangles himself in a case that involves a bomb blast. As the story advances, Virat tracks down the sleeper cells that have been plotting a bigger attack on Mumbai.Holiday traces the story of how Virat destroys the active sleeper cells and pushes them on to the comatose mode for a good while.

Let’s not confuse HOLIDAY – A SOLDIER IS NEVER OFF DUTY with atypical Akshay Kumar film that tilts heavily towards humor or has an uninterrupted flow of gags. This one tackles a serious issue — terrorism — and how a lone soldier sets out to annihilate the sleeper cells that are out to create mayhem in Mumbai. Sure, a number of films focusing on terrorism have made it to the big screen, especially post 9/11, but Murugadoss marries the serious issue and good old romance [Akshay-Sonakshi] most effortlessly. Of course, much like the original source, HOLIDAY – A SOLDIER IS NEVER OFF DUTY veers towards the clash between a soldier and the terror forces, but the storyteller, who’s eyeing the pan-India audience, makes sure he gives the masala movie lovers something more than that.

Additionally, in a majority of entertainers, the screenplay takes a backseat, while the star power takes precedence. HOLIDAY – A SOLDIER IS NEVER OFF DUTY comes across as an exception because the smartly-packaged fare never loses focus from its core issue [the fight between an army man and terrorists], with the post-interval portions diversifying into race-against-time thriller mode. Also, Murugadoss employs the right tricks to woo the entertainment-seeking spectator — abundant turns in the screenplay, the face off between good and evil, the hand-to-hand combat, the subtle humor, the nail-biting finale et al — but at the end of the day, the message that the film communicates resonates loud and clear.

Expertly filmed and edited [Amitabh Shukla], the sole hiccup is that the romantic portions could’ve been short-n-snappy. The club song in the second hour appears forced. Besides, though the makers employ Pritam to belt out chartbusting melodies, the soundtrack is plain ordinary. But these are minor hiccups in an otherwise slick film that gets so many things right.

N. Nataraja Subramanian’s camera gives the film scale, while the action sequences [Greg Powell, Anl Arasu] are raw, gritty and appealing.

Murugadoss abstains from casting over-familiar faces for pivotal characters, choosing actors who aren’t known for featuring in Akshay starrers [except Sonakshi]. Govinda is restrained in a cameo. Sonakshi Sinha is effervescent and contributes in making the proceedings lively. Sumeet Raghavan is wonderful, absolutely in sync with his character. Farhad [aka Freddy Daruwala] is impactful as the antagonist. He has good screen presence and handles his part with conviction. Zakir Hussain effectively portrays the same part that he essayed in the original.

The scene-stealer is, without doubt, Akshay Kumar, who reinvents himself with this one. The actor has acted in every possible genre and though the cynics may argue that Akshay keeps repeating himself in film after film, I’d like to remind them of his nuanced act in SPECIAL 26 and now HOLIDAY – A SOLDIER IS NEVER OFF DUTY. It’s a power-packed portrayal, which the actor illustrates with complete understanding, without going overboard. This is Akshay’s show unquestionably!

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