Ajay brings in the intensity with his brooding eyes and deep baritone which the film demands and convincingly pulls off those powerful dialogues.
Ritesh Shah's crisp writing is the backbone of Raid. His dialogues pack a solid punch and add interesting layers to the plot. The scenes of verbal duel between Ajay and Saurabh pique your interest as you try to decipher the character's next move.
Ajay Devgn brings with him a film that's quite relevant in today's times and gives us enough reasons to say a big 'No' to black money.
An incorruptible IT officer Amay Patnaik (Ajay Devgn) gets an anonymous tip about a political leader Tauji’s (Saurabh Shukla) illegal assets. Patnaik plans an elaborate Raid on Tauji’s home and businesses.
Raid is a film that caters to public sentiment against black money and corruption. All in all, this one’s right on the money.
Director Rajkumar Gupta makes an interesting chase between the protagonist and antagonist. The film has a perfect runtime of 128 minutes which makes Raid a decent one time watch.
Ajay Devgn speaks through his eyes. His intense look does enough magic on screen but he almost enacts the same in all his movies.