Ribhu Dasgupta directed Code Name: Tirangaa stars Harrdy Sandhu, Parineeti Chopra, Sharad Kelkar, Rajit Kapur, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Shishir Sharma, Sabyasachi Chakraborty and Deesh Mariwala. It has been reportedly made with a budget of 40 crore.
It is produced by T-Series, Film Hangar, Reliance Entertainment and has been released today. Tribhuvan Babu Sadineni has worked on its cinematography.
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Its story includes an Indian Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agent who is on path to cover numerous countries as a part of a fearless mission, giving an edge to time and has only option to sacrifice. The elite spy confronts a deadly terrorist based in Turkey.
Story has nothing new to offer and it has nothing what you have not seen in numerous similar thrillers (Ek Tha Tiger, Phantom).
Parineeti reportedly learnt the Israeli martial art form named Krav Maga. But that’s not the only good thing about her act, she shines with her intense confident act. While Harrdy Sandhu’s performance is decent. Khelkar was fine in terms of his character.
It’s sad that Parineeti is delivering one hell of an act after another but these all films are tepid and unworthy of her performances (The Girl On Train).
The cinematography is fine and upto the marks with location portrayed aptly. Its music is the worst part of the film. Dialogue like “Meri zindagi ghaavo ka guchcha hai ” doesn’t make a point to stress on the film to be watched. Writing and dialogues are cringeworthy.
But it’s the director who should be blamed for this. Ribhu has interesting filmography – Teen and The Girl On Train were remakes yet failed to fire and now he is in terrain of Kabir Khan with rather unoriginal script which turns out to be even worse.
Director of films like ‘Teen’ and ‘The Girl On Train’ presents a good looking film but poor writing makes it a dull one. The film is neither entertaining nor patriotic as it includes the predictable twists. As per our box office movie review, it will struggle at the box-office and won’t open more than 50 lakh nett on day one.