Yaara Movie Review

Yaara Movie Review

Movie Name: Yaara
Screenplay, Dialogues & Direction: Tigmanshu Dhulia
Producer: Sujay Shankarwar, Gaurav Bose, Gagan J.S. Bindra,
Sunir Kheterpal, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Kuldeep Singh Rathore
Music: Ankit Tiwari, Siddharth Pandit, Gourov, Roshin & Shaan
DOP: Rishi Punjabi
Cast: Vidyut Jammwal, Amit Sadh, Kenny Basumatary, Vijay
Varma, Shruti Haasan

Yaara Movie Story & Performances: 

The story of Yaara movie is based on four men’s friendship
and how their life changes with time. The four characters were
Phagun played by Vidyut Jammwal, Mitwa played by Amit
Sadh, Rizwan played by Vijay Varma, and Bahadur played by
Kenny Basumatary.  This film is a remake of the French film
“A Gang Story”.

The main story took started when making an attempt to take
revenge for Phagun’s father’s death; Phagun & Mitwa had to
run away and join a gang named “Chaukdi Gang”. The gang
runs illegal businesses like smuggling and arms trafficking.

After growing up they started to supply arms to Naxals and
during this time Phagun fell for Sukanya played by Shruti

While staying in a Naxal-liberated village they all
were caught and sentenced to jail for some years except
Sukanya. The rest of the story revolves around after coming
back from jail, how they got united, and their dark past affected
their lives.

You might miss the magic here that Tigmanshu Dhulia has
created in his earlier films. The storytelling was completely
different here as he tried to add a bit of a love story between
Vidyut and Shruti but that didn’t go well except for that
“Har Dafaa” soundtrack sung by Shaan and Shruti Rane.

Tigmanshu Dhulia who has delivered some hit movies like
“Paan Singh Tomar”, “Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster”, Yaara
doesn’t go anywhere near those kinds of scripts or storytelling.

Amit Sadh tried quite well to a different kind of role but due to
the weak script, his character didn’t get much focus. Vidyut was
very good on only those few action scenes. Other two characters
Kenny Basumatary, Vijay Varma had tried their bit and impressed
the audiences in a few scenes.

Shruti Haasan had very little to play except for a few dialogues and
one emotional scene and she doesn’t leave an impression either.

The script was quite weak and also there were scopes of betterment
for a few characters which could have added a little more strength to
the plot. The director had tried for a twist in the climax which rarely
makes an impression.

Finally, you can watch the Yaara movie if you are missing old
friends and relive those spent moments with them. These four
friend’s friendship moments in the Yaara movie will refresh
your own friendship memories. The movie is streaming on ZEE5.
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