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nullThe film starts off with ‘musical introduction’ of the dynamic ATS officer Danish Ali (Farhan Akhtar), his wife Ruhaana (Aditi Rao Hydari) and their only child Noorie. One day, when Danish is out with his family, his razor-sharp eyes spot a dreaded terrorist Rameez (Naseer Husain). What follows after that is a series of chase sequences, which results in the sudden death of the innocent Noorie.

Completely shattered by the death of his child, a mentally disturbed Danish Ali lands up ‘eliminating’ Rameez, which results in him being suspended from his service. Unable to bear the grief, one day, just as he is about to kill himself, there enters a chess champion named Panditji aka Omkar Nath Dhar (Amitabh Bachchan) in his life. He, then, teaches Danish the ‘similarities’ between the ‘game of life’ and the ‘game of chess’. Gradually, the two become the best of buddies and start spending time over drinks and chess. One fine day, Panditji reveals to Danish that his daughter was murdered by the politician Yazaad Qureshi (Manav Kaul) and that he is waiting to take revenge for the same. Danish joins Panditji in his battle against Yazaad Qureshi.

As days pass, Danish realizes that Yazaad Qureshi is not just a mere politician, but is more than what meets the eye. Just when Danish plans to eliminate Yazaad Qureshi, Panditji gets ‘attacked’ by a certain mysterious villain named ‘Wazir’ (Neil Nitin Mukesh). What happens towards the end is something that turns Danish Ali’s world upside down. Who is the real ‘Wazir’, what happens to Panditji in the end, does Danish Ali become successful in eliminating Yazaad Qureshi is what forms the rest of the film.

Director Bejoy Nambiar, whose last film as a director was the action-thriller DAVID, returns to the silver screen with his latest flick WAZIR. The sad part is that the film falls flat, courtesy, the poor and aimless direction. Like his earlier film DAVID, WAZIR too falls under the category of ‘high on style, zero on substance’. WAZIR, which starts off on a promising note, starts losing its steam as the film progresses, because of too many dull moments in the film. The film suffers big time from the lack of able direction, unconvincing plot and for the want of a good and flawless screenplay. The film’s script is so convoluted that it leaves the viewers with more questions, rather than giving out answers! What one fails to understand is that how can the director afford to do many senseless things in the name of ‘cinematic liberties’. How can he explain the fact that, despite Farhan Akhtar being suspended from police service, he still carries a fully loaded gun and can ‘call for action’ as and when required and many such instances. All in all, WAZIR is a perfect example of a good concept gone wrong… terribly wrong.

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