Besides Abbas-Mustan, Sanjay Gupta has attempted interesting thrillers in the past. His new outing, Acid Factory, directed by Suparn Verma, is a cat 'n' mouse chase that will have you on edge of the seat as it unfolds.
Inspired by Hollywood film Unknown, Acid Factory is engaging in most parts. Also, it's well adapted to suit Indian sensibilities. It starts off strong enough and keeps the momentum going till the end, though, of course, it goes back and forth at times and that could get a bit confusing.
Acid Factory demands your attention from the very start. The viewer ought to stay alert and watch the goings-on carefully. Even if you blink, chances are you may miss a vital link and the subsequent portions may not work for you since there's something happening every minute.