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Ek Villain which is finally out in theatres now, after all the hungama which was created to know who the villain is. The movie might have garnered good reviews till now. It will get into the 100 Crore Box Office club, but how much ever one consoles themselves that it is after all a Bollywood film, one has to really be strong to miss all those bloopers which are so hard to believe!
As a reviewer, i went to the theatre even after knowing that it is rip off from the classic Korean film I Saw The Devil. Director Mohit Suri said that he only got inspired by the Korean movie and there are no similarities in Ek Villain. ALAS! Mohit Suri has this inane sense of ripping off Foreign films and turning it into a Bollywoodish, melodramatic, heart rendering film.
This doesn't make Ek Villain a bad movie. However, the blatant bloopers that are unavoidable even if you want to cannot be avoided. Keep reading to know what are the bloopers which could have been avoided.
Sidharth Malhotra Cannot Emote
Sidharth Malhotra, the chocolate boy image which he has created with his previous two films, just continues even here. How much ever he tries his best to emote the gunda looks, 'Nah Nah', it just fails.
Shraddha Kapoor Needs Makeover
Shraddha Kapoor who was seen in Aashiqui 2 continues the same image in EK Villain. Aisha meets Guru in a police station hung upside down and falls for him instantly. There is no fear or disgust for a bad guy in this girl, who surprisingly knows for sure Sidharth is very sweet and different inside. (still wondering how).
Somebody please help this girl get a makeover in her character very soon.
The DADA who controls Sidharth and most parts of Goa, delivers dialogues and fails big time. Remo Fernandes just doesn't know what he does, i think he is better off crooning his songs like 'Humma Humma' than trying out his acting skills.
Portrayal Of Goa
Sidharth trying to fulfil all the wishes of Shraddha, ends up taking her to a waterfall where there are thousands of butterflies flying around. Really! Goa has such a place? And Shraddha who is a matured individual (not so matured) hasn't played or seen a butterfly till date, that she writes that as a wish? Really shocking!
Kamaal R Khan A Shocker
He plays the friend of Riteish Deshmukh and thinks that he cracks everybody with his two rupees joke, pathetic double-meaning liners about his own wife! That was a shocker from the director Mohit Suri.
Inspite of all these bloopers and blatant mistakes which the director has overlooked, the film is not too bad to watch at all! Riteish Deshmukh has done a good job by playing a villain. Riteish has finally come out of his comic avatars, being a side kick actor, adult sex comedy genres.
Ek Villain would be a surprise if you go with a blank mind, rather than having lot of expectations and get disappointed!