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Commando – A One Man Army is a 2013 Hindi action thriller film directed by Dilip Ghosh and produced by Vipul Shah. The film features Vidyut Jamwal, Pooja Chopra and Jaideep Ahlawat as main characters.Wikipedia

Commando Reviews

Shubhra Gupta
Indian Express


It also has a story that creaks . Minus these irritants, it would have been a pure adrenaline rush. Step out for the popcorn when the actors break into song; rush right back in when the fists start to fly.

Raja Sen


Make no mistake, Commando is a poor film. The thrills are never quite there and, all of Janwal's eagerness and leapfrog-skills aside, it must be remembered that a Bowie knife does not Rambo make. Especially when he gives it away to a stupid girl.

Despite all the bravura technical effort that has clearly been put into Commando, the end result simply isn’t compelling enough to merit more than two stars.

Meena Iyer
Times Of India


You may not like the film, if pure action, is not your staple at the movies.


Watch Commando for Vidyut Jamwal as he pours his hearts and his brains out to deliver an unmatchable action packed performance, easily establishing himself as the newest contender for the Khiladi tag! But if you aren’t an action fanatic, you might just end up disliking the film, as it does not have anything else to offer.

Taran Adarsh
Bollywood Hungama


COMMANDO is vintage good versus evil saga in a strikingly new avatar. A high-voltage action fare that's racy, pulsating and packed with some adrenaline-pumping stunts. Watch it!

Audience Reviews for Commando

  • Sandeep Gupta
    Sandeep Gupta
    94 reviews
    Top Reviewer

    Vidyut Zamwal makes a good action hero. He is comfortable and convincing in action scenes but he can't deliver his one liners with expressions however that does not matter much in an action flick but it could have definitely taken the intensity a notch higher. The plot here is an excuse to deliver the action scenes. Pooja Chopra looks good until she speaks. Her light moments with Vidyut fall flat. Jaideep Ahlawat makes a menacing villain but he does not stand a chance against our action hero. All man on man fights are worth clapping, beautifully choreographed and effectively edited. Climax does not disappoint. Music and back-ground score is good enough. At the end, it makes a descent watch for a lazy holiday.

    September 15, 13