Movie Review: Tezz (Hindi)


‘Tezz’ is a Hindi word for ‘Speed’, that means that a viewers would  assume a film to be an impulse of ‘Speed’, generally so, given a film happens to ‘filmed’ by Priyadarshan. Well, Tezz really has some ‘Speed’ in it, as it does ‘The Bullet Train’ and a garland of other films as well. But like many times in a past, Priyadarshan manages to lift it off with Tezz too.


The film stars Ajay Devgan, Zayed Khan, Boman Irani, Anil Kapoor, Sameera Reddy and Kangna Ranaut, along with Mohanlal in a ‘cameo’ role. The thesis of a film is formed around a immigration problems in Britain. Aakash Rana (Ajay Devgan) is an bootleg newcomer in UK whose life is broken since of not carrying a compulsory papers for staying in a country. He gets to be a ‘villain-hero’ of Tezz. Ajay Devgan is a excellent actor, and with him, it is some-more or reduction positive that there wouldn’t be any flaws from his partial in a movie, no matter how a film turns out to be during a box-office.

Nikita (Kangna Ranaut) is his mother who had to challenge her father to marry Aakash Rana, meaningful about his newcomer status. As usual, she has to cry a lot, and Kangna does a sincerely good pursuit of it too. Adil Khan (Zayed Khan) and Megha (Sameera Reddy) are a comrades of Aakash Rana in his operation to benefit 10 million Euros from a British government. Both of them have given a decent opening this time around.



However, if we are looking for clarity in ‘Tezz’, you’d improved slap yourselves hard, because, as common for a Priyadarshan film, a storyline is lacking in sensibility. If ‘Bullet Train’ was highlighted by doing a un-doable and carrying people from one sight changed to another sight using on a together lane during a accurate speed, in Tezz, a routine starts in a moment’s notice and lasts a integrate of minutes, and that too a bad integrate of mins during that.

Mohanlal as ‘Sivan Menon’ plays a British patrolman of Indian origin, who is benefaction in a fatal train, transporting a criminal. And he fails to be considerable anytime personification his character. Mohanlal possibly needs to select roles that go with his physique shape, or he should get in figure before selecting these kinds of roles.


While a star energy of a film is radically strong around Ajay
Devgan, it is indeed Anil Kapoor and Boman Irani who take most of
the spotlight. Anil Kapoor especially, as a Anti-Terrorism Officer
Arjun Khanna, has given a fantastic performance. Seems like the
experience he had with a professionalism in Hollywood by MI4 has
done him a universe of good. Boman Irani is a comparison actor who has proved
countless times before that he can do it all. In Tezz, he plays Railway
Control Officer ‘Sanjay Raina’, whose daughter is travelling in the
train in that a explosve is set. He brilliantly portrays a railway
officer who struggles to keep a disturbed father from holding over his