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Akshay Kumar and Rakul Preet Singh starring Cuttputlli movie is released on Disney + Hotstar today. It’s a remake of the Tamil crime thriller ‘Ratsasan’ and directed by Ranjit M Tewari. Did Akshay Kumar and the movie story surprise fans or turn into a disaster?
Only the movie reviews can reveal. Let’s know it here
Cuttputlli Movie: The Plot and Trailer
The story begins in the town of Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh where teenage girls are not safe. One after another young girls is murdered brutally. An aspiring filmmaker turned police officer by fate believes some psychopath is behind it.
Before more girls are sacrificed and the town becomes a hub of the serial killers, Akshay Kumar, and his team are on a mission to find the serial killer.
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Cuttputlli Movie Review: Cast and Performance
Director Ranjit tried to give a finish to a story that already did great in the past. Ratsasan earned a rating of 8.3 on IMDb so this remake was a bit challenging.
However, the star cast of the film recreated that suspense, thrill, and seriousness to lift up the story. Cinematography, locations, and impressive acting by the cast of Cuttputlli are giving the same vibes as Ratsasan did.
Though it’s bad to compare as the lead roles were quite good on their own, the movie lacked only in the songs.
But director Ranjit managed to deliver an engaging story smoothly without making it a long boring film with only suspense and no climax.
Akshay Kumar as usual fits perfectly in the cop avatar as Arjan- the aspiring filmmaker. His maturity put more character into his role. On a final note, Akshay did well compared to his recently released movies.
On the other hand, Rakul Preet Singh gave a decent performance even if her role was not broad. She as the ladylove of Arjan looks pretty.
There’s a third character that shined in the movie, it's Sargun Mehta. Her role as SHO Parmar is very bold and more like a no-nonsense cop.
Chandrachur Singh, Hrishitaa Bhatt, and Sujith Shankar were good in their respective roles.
Cuttputlli Movie Reviews in One-Line
The Hindi remake of Ratsasan has all the suspense elements to deliver a promising thriller movie, especially for those who have not watched the original version.
Cuttputlli is available on Disney+ Hotstar. Watch it Now!