• Tejas Nair
    Tejas Nair
    227 reviews
    Top Reviewer
    4

    There's a scene at around the 40th minute in Kesari (Saffron) where a character cracks a joke so awful that it tells you something about the tepid writing that has gone behind the film. A superficial description of a real-life story of bravery and valour set in pre-Independent India, Anurag Singh's epic historical drama is mediocre in a lot of departments, most notably the production setup. I am also not satisfied with the turn of events in Kesari until it comes to one or two points about war and religious and territorial rivalry, nor was I thrilled to watch Akshay Kumar don the role of a maverick Sikh soldier. However, it did impress me when it subtly referred to the menace of the youth turning into terrorism in the present day world, which is why I regard the film as an average watch. Might be a notch or three better for people from the Sikh community both because of the sporadic language use and history. TN.

    March 28, 19
  • SUSHIL MALHOTRA
    SUSHIL MALHOTRA
    1 review
    Member
    10

    Amazingly Crafted

    Amazingly Crafted war movie.... great mix of emotions comedy and war scenes

    March 22, 19