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Kaabil

Kaabil

The Mind sees All!Jan. 26, 2017 India139 Min.
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Synopsis

Rohan (Hritik roshan) is a kind, happy young man who has been blind since birth and works as a voice-over artist for a living. Through friends, he meets Supriya (Yami Gautam), a working woman who is also blind, but proudly independent. The two start liking each other and get married. Rohan toughest journey starts in his quest of vengeance for Supriya’s indirect murderers.

Kaabil
Kaabil
Kaabil
Original titleKaabil
IMDb Rating7.2 17,968 votes
TMDb Rating8.3 14 votes

(121) comments

  • meeraj-10546January 23, 2017Reply

    Kaabil will go down as one of the best film of HRITHIK ROSHAN till date

    I got a chance to see the flick with the preview screening in
    TORONTO,must say it just hook me.. Its high on emotion and makes us
    believe the joy ,pain and the suffering.Entire second half is about how
    HRITHIK takes revenge with many twists and turns.. Hrithik is just out
    of this world..his best after KMG,GUZARISH.Here is one actor who
    doesn’t need any camps.Rest everyone are good to v good.. Ita gonna
    give RAEES sleepless nights for sure.. Don’t miss this one,best intense
    romantic story in a decade.. A film can be made as solid as this
    without making much noise,unlike other one whose trying too hard from 3
    years to release the film.High time we encourage other actors than the
    over-hyped khans..

  • sagar-legendkiller3January 24, 2017Reply

    Heart wrenching tale, brilliantly acted, one of the best thrillers in bollywood

    The movie starts with the backstory of both our differently abled
    characters. Trust me, the innocence of both the characters will win you
    over instantly. Their chemistry, their sweetness will make you feel
    that they are made for each other. The first half is filled with some
    funny and joyous moments as well.

    But But But.. the last 5 minutes before interval, believe you me, are
    paisa ….. vasoool. The dialogue, the attitude of hrithik is too good.
    After the interval starts the real revenge saga when Kaabil completely
    transforms into one of the best thrillers ever in Bollywood. It
    wouldn’t be wrong to say that emotionally and acting wise Kaabil is on
    par with Dangal, which is another classic to come out of Bollywood in
    recent times.

    It’s heart wrenching yet beautiful in every way. You can never see
    acting the same once you see Hrithik roshan act in this movie.

    Highly recommended and this is a movie that nobody can dislike!

  • Jigu PatelJanuary 24, 2017Reply

    best movie ever

    This is the story of a man who lived, laughed and loved just like
    everyone in this world. Until one day, a terrible tragedy struck.
    Driven by the fire of vengeance, nothing will stop him. Not even the
    fact that he has been blind since birth.

    evergreen movie…..

    This is the story of a man who lived, laughed and loved just like
    everyone in this world. Until one day, a terrible tragedy struck.
    Driven by the fire of vengeance, nothing will stop him. Not even the
    fact that he has been blind since birth.

    This is the story of a man who lived, laughed and loved just like
    everyone in this world. Until one day, a terrible tragedy struck.
    Driven by the fire of vengeance, nothing will stop him. Not even the
    fact that he has been blind since birth.

    This is the story of a man who lived, laughed and loved just like
    everyone in this world. Until one day, a terrible tragedy struck.
    Driven by the fire of vengeance, nothing will stop him. Not even the
    fact that he has been blind since birth.

    This is the story of a man who lived, laughed and loved just like
    everyone in this world. Until one day, a terrible tragedy struck.
    Driven by the fire of vengeance, nothing will stop him. Not even the
    fact that he has been blind since birth.

  • Zalak KansaraJanuary 24, 2017Reply

    One of the most technically sound movie of Indian Cinema

    Kaabil is based on a character who is not able to see and the story
    progresses when he finds the soulmate who is also unable to see the
    world. The story moves at a good pace in the first half and it is kinda
    cute as well. But when the baddies come into action, the story takes a
    huge round and picks up the pace. The direction is the key of such a
    movie and Sanjay Gupta has done his job with all his Heart. Also,
    Hrithik’s performance as Rohan Bhatnagar is beautiful but what beyond
    excellence I found is Yami Gautam as Supriya. Her purity kind of give
    soul to the character. Dialogues from Sanjay Masoom are also quite good
    at certain points and background score, too adds a flavor to the
    wonderful movie.

  • Somtirtha SarkarJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Really Kaabil_e_tarif.. gem of a performance by Hrithik Roshan..probably his best..

    Kaabil is a perfect mixture of massy and classy.. in one scene the
    viewers are fully into the emotional scene…full silence and
    tears…in next scene the shouts,clapping and sitis find their ways to
    come out..!! HIGHLY Recommended for movie lovers.. And for
    HRITIKIANS..It’s hrithik all the way man…true heaven of a film for
    hrithik fans…i’ll be amazed if he doesn’t sweep all the awards for
    best actor this year.. The build up can test your patience..but don’t
    lose it..because u r in for a treat in coming minutes..1st half seems
    to be really emotional..it cathces the pace later..and ends with
    shouts,claps and sitis..in 2nd half the pace remains…as you will be
    at the edge of your seat…and see unfolding of the mystery..the
    cinematography is also very nice for this film..as u kept attached to
    the film.. To sum it up in one word… kaabil is really
    kaabil_e_tarif..

  • kaushalmodi1985January 25, 2017Reply

    A worth watching thriller with class performances and will make you cry before intermission. Hrithik is again on his best.

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  • Anup APu KumarJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Every Turn , Action and Dialogues is predictable.

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  • oazamJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    A winner for this Hrithik Roshan cat and mouse thriller.

    Mohenjo Daro, Kites, Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, and Mujhse Dosti Karoge.
    These are movies where Hrithik Roshan screwed up as an actor.

    Following by flawless performances he gave in Jodhaa Akbar, Dhoom 2,
    Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, and Guzaarish. This one happens to be his
    best out of the ordinary. So basically he follows a pattern of being
    good to bad and bad to good.

    The trailer was bit underwhelming making the plot of the film too
    predictable but quite frankly it is a pretty decent movie.

    So right now we are looking at a blind man who does voice acting for a
    living and falls in love with a blind woman who is a pianist and
    musician. They both have a very happy life even after marriage until
    one day 2 corrupt men rape the blind girl and commits suicide with
    remorse of the pain she went through. Then the it seeks revenge on this
    matter.

    The acting was good. Hrithik Roshan gave a flawless performance as
    Rohan Bhatnagar and he got into his character really well and finally
    deviated from Mohenjo Daro.

    I always found Yami Gautam to be an underrated actress but she was
    decent.

    The Roy brothers also gave fantastic performances and they kept the
    flow of the film afloat.

    Sanjay Gupta directed lots of films like Shootout at Wadala,and Jazbaa.
    These were very average films. The only issue with this guy is that his
    direction is very poor. He shoots everything at a 45 degree angle which
    gets annoying. He did the same for this film. I almost felt that the
    direction of the film could’ve been better and also he used too much
    green screen. Who uses green screen to shoot a Mumbai spot? I mean it
    doesn’t make any sense whatsoever.

    Rakesh Roshan despite him being a producer of the film managed to give
    a good one.

    The story and screenplay was good including the twists and references
    that were made in the movie. The cinematography was decent done by
    Sudeep Chatterjee and Ayananka Bose. The action scenes were
    choreographed in a good way.

    The pacing and editing could’ve been better.

    Despite its flaws, it is a good film with good writing and acting. This
    is a cinema worth watching movie.

    Box office will be consistent but it won’t beat Raees because of the
    hype created by Raees.

    Will look at a 80-100 crore prediction.

  • Tanay ChaudhariJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Vengeful and Blazingly KAABIL Hrithik – The Underdog Hero of an Action-Drama

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  • Simul MartphilerJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Film is more than what you expect, more than the Revenge Story

    Keep in mind following things before seeing this film or any film.

    1) Be the director while watching it not the critic.

    2) Assume what makers and actors were gone through pressure while
    making this kind of films.

    3) Put yourself in a protagonist. feel what the actor (Hrithik Roshan)
    is feeling while pretending to be a blind.

    4) Don’t compare it with any other movie, (for e.g. Can you compare
    Inception to Matrix? Probably no! every film has its own goal)

    5) Rohan Bhatnagar is not Daredevil, He has no supernatural power.

    6) And finally the story – You will see it is not just a Revenge Drama,
    but still it is more than your expectations.

    A Final Intellectual Argument

    See there are 125 crore peoples in India. If they want to entertain
    they always choose to entertain first – 60% them want to see trustful
    actors (Amir,Salman,Shahrukh,Akshay,Ajay and Hrithik). they have
    already assumed! lets go and see first. Another 40% of people who may
    be Hollywood fans like level first – They watch only VFX films like
    (Aavatar, The Junglebook, Godzilla and Furrius 7 Kind) if they can’t
    see perfectness of story while watching such films. they just watching
    films under visual trusts like VFX. then who are we 40% of people to
    argue with those 60% who just wanna entertain? (Whatver if actor is big
    criminal – salman).

    don’t be a critic be the audience first

  • suhas chand ([email protected])January 25, 2017Reply

    Kaabil – Hrithik Roshan show all the way.

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  • Nishant Singh (vip-nishantsingh)January 25, 2017Reply

    Comeback Movie of hrithik roshan

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  • Subhadeep Mitra ([email protected])January 25, 2017Reply

    one of the most intelligent revenge drama with raining emotions.

    short review

    story (6/10)- simple revenge story (something bad happens to yami and
    hrithik sets out on revenge)but the execution and plot twists are so
    perfect it steals the show.

    direction (7/10) – gupta ji always makes sure the films looks good
    through audience eyes, sets are beautiful. dop had done a great job
    ,unlike jazbaa the color grading is carefully used.

    acting( 7/10) – hrithik no comments,yami(she doesn’t blink through out
    the movie, believe me) some scene will make your blood boil and also
    make you fall in love with couple. but u can understand , bit of over
    acting.

    screenplay – great , a bit of confusing for a second at the end but
    works.

    script(9/10) ;- so f..king awesome ,so intelligent it shows middle
    finger to Hollywood. very logical , nothing exaggerated.

    action (8/10) – upto the mark, not a typical Bollywood movie.

    cinematography – good dialogues (8/10) – enough to make you shout in
    cinema hall

  • Vikram ThakurJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Mind Sees All……Well For Hritik’s Rohan it’s true

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  • Ravi SinghJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    One Of The Best Performance by The Lead Actor

    Kaabil Directed By Sanjay Gupta is an Action Thriller. Script is Well
    Written With Minor Flaws. Screenplay is Brilliant in The First Half,
    Second Half is Predictable & Stretched A Bit. Cinematography is
    Praiseworthy. Action & Dialogues Are Just Fine. Direction is Far Better
    Compared To Earlier Sanjay Gupta Movies.

    Rohan Bhatnagar(Hrithik Roshan) A Dubbing Artist is A Blind Man. He
    Meets Supriya(Yami Gautam) A Blind Girl. They Fall in Love & Finally
    Get Married. Amit Shellar(Rohit Roy) Along With Wasim(Sahidur Rehman)
    Physically Assault Supriya. Rohan Takes Help From The Cops, But Nothing
    Works. Supriya is Again Raped, She Commits Suicide. Rohan Plans &
    Executes Something Which is Unbelievable.

    Acting Wise, Hrithik Gives One Of His Best Performance, He Does Really
    Well in Emotional Scenes. Yami Gautam Does Well in Romantic Scenes,
    Chemistry is Incredible Between The Two. Ronit Roy is Just Fine, Lacks
    The Depth in The Character. Rohit Roy is A Poor Actor. Narendra Jha &
    Girish Kulkarni Both Did Well.

    Music By Rajesh Roshan is Melodious. Title Track By Jubin Nautiyal &
    Palak Muchhal And ”Kuch Din” By Jubin Nautiyal Are The Better
    Compositions From The Movie.

    Overall A Must Watch For Thriller Genre & Hrithik Fans. Few Scenes Are
    Memorable, Which Are Beautifully Shot.

  • Afsal Hussain (afsalthodupuzha)January 25, 2017Reply

    ”Worth A Watch For Hrithik’s Top-Notch Act”

    As a Bollywood movie buff,I must admit the fact that the biggest
    dilemma I faced in recent times was to choose between Raees and Kabil
    for the initial show on the day of release.Both the movies had
    excellent pre-release buzz and had my favorite actors playing the
    lead,with Raees being a tad higher as far as my personal expectations
    were concerned.Still,I decided to opt for Kaabil and keep Raees for the
    evening as the initial reviews of former were more favorable in
    general.

    Sanjay Gupta is known for his expertise in extracting the best out of
    his actors and Kaabil too is no exception as the movie can boast of a
    riveting performance by Hrithik Roshan who stole the show with his
    phenomenal blind-man act that wins heart for utmost genuinity in
    presentation.But can a classy performance on its own make-up for all
    those glorious loopholes in the screenplay?? Another big question that
    popped out of my mind once I was done with the film was how dumb this
    movie could have been without an able actor like Hrithik playing the
    lead.Agreed there’s ample dose of sentiments,humor and action spread in
    the narration,but the whole packaging is too lose and predictable that
    you will start losing the interest in the proceedings 15 minutes into
    the second hour.

    The chemistry between Yami and Hrithik was lovable and Gupta could
    present the depth in their relationships very well on screen.The ease
    with which he could register the romance was commendable.Notably,the
    first half was executed better on comparison with the second and the
    interval punch in particular was brilliant with hard-hitting dialoges
    by Sanjay Masoom pumping up the adrenaline rush.

    Evidently,Gupta failed to work upon the most crucial part for a movie
    of this genre,to project the revenge part with required thrills devoid
    of glitches in a convincing manner on screen.The narration lacked pace
    and clarity that one associates with a taut-thriller and the
    modus-operandi of revenge too weren’t exceptional as to call it
    outstanding at any point in the narrative.

    The actor in Hrithik was on top gear throughout the film and it was his
    powerful act that elevated the movie from losing the steam by turning
    monotonous after a point.Yami Gautam did her part convincingly.Rohit
    and Ronit Roy played the part of baddies well even-though their
    characters looked too typecast.Narendra Jha and Girish Kulkarni gave
    notable supporting performances.

    Songs by Rajesh Roshan that included remix versions of yesteryear
    chart-busters weren’t used well by Gupta who messed up the narration by
    pakcing the songs at awkward junctures except for the initial song that
    had Hrithik and Yami hitting the dance floor.

    The duo of Ayananka Bose and Sudeep Chatterjee handled the
    cinematography part well.Cuts by Akiv Ali were good.The Action
    choreography by Sham Kaushal was okayish.The CGI works were substandard
    for the most part.

    Overall,Kaabil is a half-baked emotional thriller that’s elevated by a
    one-man-show by Hrithik Roshan.

    Final Verdict::To sum up,FilmKraft’s latest offering Kaabil had lot of
    room for improvement which was left under-utilized making it a
    predictable,run-of-the-mill revenge drama that’s watchable for a
    dedicated performance by Hrithik Roshan.

  • duttamainak12January 25, 2017Reply

    HRITHIK, he is not just an actor, he is emotion with excellence

    Lets begin with the story, the story is outstanding and very
    gripping,also the major fact is that, this is unpredictable with huge
    amounts of twist. Then cinematography is the main plus point of the
    movie, the director and the whole kaabil team work really hard, and the
    result is the movie is so logical. You can’t even raise a drawback
    against this movie. Now comes to Hrithik Roshan, in a word , he is
    ”brilliant” , the culminating point of brilliance and purity come as a
    result of Hrithik Roshan. He is blind but yet he plays with his eyes,
    so engaging fact this is. Yami is as cute as polar beer, also acts very
    cleverly, ronit and rohit are awesome too. But the main fact is that
    this not a sanjay gupta masterpiece, Im damn sure that Rakesh Sir helps
    him a lot to deliver more promising atmosphere.

  • SANJAY CHRISTYJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Kaabil-Hrithik steals the show.

    Kaabil is all-heart and will leave remain with you for long. 🙂
    Intense,gripping revenge-thriller….A unique blend of
    emotions-joy,love,revenge.Kaabil will win hearts.Movie sends a strong
    message:..Do not challenge the challenged..

    Hrithik Roshan,playing the role of a blind dubbing-artiste Rohan
    Bhatnagar-has delivered one of his career-best performances….He falls
    in love with Supriya,a blind pianist played by Yami.In spite of
    darkness,their love brightens their lives.When tragedy strikes,Hrithik
    sets out for revenge seeking vendetta.The cat and mouse game between
    Rohan and the menacing villains will keep you glued to your seats..

    Kaabil is rich with excellent performances from the entire cast.Hrithik
    steals the show with his stunning act and screen-presence.His
    transformation from an innocent lover to a revenge seeker will leave
    you spell-bound.The easiness with which Hrithik mimics Amitabh Bachchan
    is a joy to watch.Yami played her role effortlessly….Villains Ronit
    Roy and Rohit Roy,senior cop Narendra Jha too deserves special mention.

    BGM and songs are high on emotions…Rajesh Ji recreated his old
    magical melody…Kaabil is visually stunning..beautiful Cinematography
    and sharp editing..Mon Amour really stands out for its excellent
    choreography…Dialogues by Sanjay Masoomm are power-packed-Sensational
    dialogues during the final 10 minutes before interval turned the
    theater to a stadium…Action scenes designed by Sham Kaushal and
    PeterHein are outstanding…Sound mixing by Resul Pookutty is
    top-notch.

    Experience Kaabil….it makes you smile,love,cry,feel helpless and
    finally leaves a smile on your face.

  • souravt9January 25, 2017Reply

    U will be glued to your seats, the entire film. BRILLIANT!!!

    The story is simple that a blind man takes revenge but with a lot of
    twist and turns. Rohan, a proficient dubbing artiste and Supriya, a
    talented pianist–who despite their handicap have a positive
    disposition towards life. They fall in love and gets married but
    something tragic happens and their world is destroyed. That’s when
    Ronit Roy and corrupt police officers, played efficiently by Narendra
    Jha and Girish Kulkarni, drag their feet over the investigation.When
    the humiliation gets too much to bear, Supriya caves in, leaving Rohan
    with vendetta on his mind. Here, the film shifts gears and though you
    know what’s next, the cat and mouse game still gives you an adrenaline
    rush. Every time the blind vigilante commits an atrocity, you whistle
    in the aisle. The main highlight is Hrithik’s performance. He has
    literally given it all. Yami provides the perfect foil, subtle and
    super-effective.Technically the film is adept, Thanks to masters like
    Sudeep Chatterjee (camera) and Resul Pookutty(sound). However Rajesh
    Roshan’s yesteryear hits—Saara Zamana and Dil Kya Karen in their
    remixed avatars are pale imitations of their original versions. P.S.
    Its very emotional and watch out for the last 15 minutes

  • Rutvik SheteJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Wow…Just WOW!!!!!!!

    This is the BEST movie of Hrithik till date.The family Action-Romance
    package Kaabil will not let u leave your seat. U will get convinced
    that Hrithik is actually blind. U can feel their pain in movie. Haters
    were questioning how can blind man fight or know where hole is in floor
    or how can they dance same moves. Guys go watch the movie first.They
    have given every explanation in movie just for this reason. Kaabil is a
    sure shot hit movie.This will be first hit movie for Sanjay Gupta.
    Direction is really great and also the music. Yami Gautam gives her
    best. Rohit and Ronit Roy’s acting is also great.

    Don’t watch on TV or Laptop, Go enjoy it on BIG SCREEN.

  • Ronit RoyJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Hrithik Roshan and a perfect storm is what is Kaabil!!!

    Revenge is a dish best served blind is the message Kaabil gives.
    Inspired from Hollywood’s Blind Fury (1989) with Rutger Hauer in the
    lead and even borrowing shades of the Korean super hit, Broken (2014),
    Sanjay Gupta gives you a Bollywood adaptation that is entertaining and
    effective. This movie will make u cry and rip your heart out of your
    body! Yes ,Hrithik is that good! This revenge saga gets interesting and
    thrilling before the interval….The first half comprises of
    Hrithik-Yami love story but suddenly a tragedy struck and nothing will
    stop Hrithik to have his revenge….Make sure u watch this one! Full of
    heart beating moments and its really a thrilling and adventurous ride!
    Full of suspense and magic! Watch this movie for- Hrithik’s Performance
    Hrithik Yami chemistry A whole new story Thrills and chills
    Suspense!Hrithik performance deserved whole three stars out the total
    ten! Do watch this entertaining and engaging film or you will
    regret!HAha

  • adityavikramsethia-86096January 25, 2017Reply

    Great Watch

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  • ratheeshkpillaiJanuary 25, 2017Reply

    Kaabil Stands for HRITHIK ROSHAN

    Kaabil has a Predictable Plot with an Entertaining Screenplay.

    The best part of the movie is the Romantic Drama and the Conviction of
    both the lead actors as Blind Persons. Background Scores and Music adds
    the Flavor to Kaabil’s Entertainment Quotient.

    Kaabil is start to finish Hrithik Roshan’s Movie and after watching the
    movie its hard to Imagine anyone else in that Role.

    In that Sense its one of the BEST of HR’s film career.

    Watch it for The HRITHIK ROSHAN Only.

    P.S: haters should stay away from this movie. Are you listening Ms.
    Queen ?!

  • Harshith BangeraJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Not so Kaabil, yet worth a watch

    Unlike its nemesis that released on the same day, Kaabil is completely
    about vengeance that sparks off due to personal tragedies – the rape
    and death of Mrs. Supriya Bhatnagar (Yami). There is no saying about
    Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithik) that he is a good dancer but we see him
    surprisingly dancing well because we HAVE to see Hrithik dance. No
    matter whether Rohan knows to dance or not, Hrithik does. Hrithik
    dancing in a film is like SRK opening his arms. It HAS to happen.

    Amit (Rohit Roy) plays the clichéd bad younger brother of a clichéd
    goonda politician Madhavrao (Ronit Roy) who is blinded by brother’s
    love for they are born to the same father being his reason. Post her
    marriage to Rohan, Supriya is raped by Amit and is found dead by Rohan.
    Rohan tries to go the lawful way but as per the ‘good to hear’
    dialogue, ”Shuru unhone kiya, tamasha aapne dekha, khatam main
    karunga”. He stays true to his words by planning his revenge. Rohan
    uses his talents to start taking revenge on the people responsible for
    his tragedy. You also have Girish Kulkarni, now famous for his role in
    ‘Dangal’ as the egoist coach, playing a corrupt cop here and Narendra
    Jha who also plays a cop trying to balance according to his needs.
    Narendra Jha is the connection between ‘Raees’ and ‘Kaabil’, playing a
    goon-terrorist inspired by Dawood Ibrahim and a cop respectively. Ronit
    Roy playing a local Maharashtrian Politician is brilliant as usual. Be
    it Udaan or Ugly, Ronit gets into his character making me forget the
    Ronit Roy in him. Here, his Hindi in Marathi slang is a beauty.

    The Good: Hrithik. His blind act is not what I would say ‘good acting’
    as according to ‘Bollywood’ actors being blind is looking everywhere
    but what you need to look at. The last time I loved someone playing a
    blind character was Ayesha Kapoor & Rani Mukerjee both in the film
    ‘Black’ AND a brilliant Aida Elkashef in ‘Ship of Theseus’.

    Yami. Her smile is more charming than Hrithik’s presence. But then
    again, she is a victim to the Bollywood genre of using females as
    objects in the story and not work on their character.

    Urvashi Rautela’s dance number is so much ignore-able so is Suresh
    Menon playing Hrithik’s friend, unfortunately.

    The Writing: Well written in certain parts. Really. I loved the
    foreshadowing of certain props used. Well done on that. The good
    dialogues were already heard in the trailer, so nothing on that.

    The film has its moments and they are definitely enjoyable.

    The Bad: Music. Why? The film could have done without the music and yet
    it could have said what it wanted to say.

    Overall the writing is very convenient except for the foreshadowing
    parts.

    The lighting. OMG. I know, no one cares about this. But as someone who
    works in the film industry, the lighting here is done depending on the
    convenience of the scene and not according to the logic of the story. I
    know that’s what typical Bollywood film does.

    All in all, Kaabil does entertain in the second half and is a worth
    watch.

  • ghanchipraveenkumar ([email protected])January 26, 2017Reply

    Give proper rating for KAABIL

    what happened to IMDb … now a days there is no correct rating… for
    KAABIL u have given 7.7 what’s going on …. please once again rate …

    The highlight of the film is Hrithik’s bravura performance. He is
    vulnerable as a lover and menacing as a killing-machine. Half a star in
    the movie-rating is reserved for his all-time best performance here.
    Yami provides the perfect foil, subtle and super-effective.

    Technically the film is adept, Thanks to masters like Sudeep Chatterjee
    (camera) and Resul Pookutty(sound). However Rajesh Roshan’s yesteryear
    hits—Saara Zamana and Dil Kya Karen in their remixed avatars are pale
    imitations of their original versions.

  • Shubham JainJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Action, Drama, Emotion, Thrill, Romance, Comedy and Sensitivity.. Everything is there in this movie and moreover it has Outstanding Performance by Hrithik Roshan

    Kaabil has everything that you want in a movie. It has brilliant
    concept, nice story, thrill, action, emotion, comedy, sensitivity,
    drama and most probably it has logic that bollywood movies lack and
    mind-blowing performance by Hrithik Roshan. He is probably in top 3
    actors of bollywood. It is his best and probably one of the best
    performances in the decade. WOW. Apart from him Ronit Roy is also
    fantastic. And all the other actors Yami, Rohit, and other cast and
    crew are perfectly casted. Yami looks very cute and her acting is also
    very good. And last but not least background score is mind-blowing and
    it is one of the rare Bollywood movies that makes use of sound
    brilliantly.

  • amar nathJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Awesome movie

    Movie is really awesome …hritik proves that he is the best The way he
    had acted in this movie as a blind man…is superb. Yami gautam also
    looked commendable with her performance Once you watch the movie you
    will definitely not leave till the end …. Movie will leave a large
    impact on the Indian minds i guess…and the movie is a great
    combination of love action suspense everything….it is one of the best
    movie of hritik superb hats off work .. .i suggest everyone to watch
    this fantastic movie… It is great movie as compared to raees.. I just
    loved it … There is really a lot more in the movie a full paisa
    vasool This movie you will never forget …watch it and support the
    movie with your love…

  • bvirik-58077January 26, 2017Reply

    Powerful and thought provoking

    Hrithik presents a powerful portrayal of how some parts of society take
    advantage of blind people. The supporting actress, Yami Gautam,
    presents a fresh face while Narendra Jha impressed with his acting of
    the 3 star cop-in-charge – a little different than the usual Bollywood
    cops. The bad guys are true to usual form. The songs are the usual
    Bollywood entertainment but nothing to leave any lasting memory. The
    movie leaves you with a very strong thought about society and will
    touch your humanity and sense of justice unless of course you are a
    robot. The end almost descended into the usual Bollywood
    ”dishoom-dishoom” farce but there is a twist to the end. I deducted 1
    point for the more than necessary and unreal smiling and jovial faces
    of both blind actors in the first part of the film. For the last 2
    points, the film misses the outstanding and exceptional criteria. It
    has a certification 15, however I personally feel it should be 18. But
    that is only my view. Worth watching? Yes.

  • amitkrayJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Very Good Movie

    This is a brilliant act movie by Hrithik. This movie will again prove
    him as a best actor. It was hard to imagine Hrithik as blind man but he
    should be given due credit for such a superb acting. Story concept is
    out of the way and I had never seen such a film before. Blind men do
    have a sixth sense and they do posses good hearing power. That is what
    is shown in this film. There was everything that can make this film hit
    starting with Romance, action, thriller and sorrow. Overall a nice film
    to watch on weekends. Songs in the film were also pleasant and scenes
    were eye catching. Direction was also superb. Dialogues part I think
    was not that good though, could have been more better. Overall a very
    nice film to watch.

  • Puranjan ChatterjeeJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Go For Kaabil and It will be Worth It for Sure

    A great round of applause for Hrithik ”Kaabil” Roshan. From the very
    beginning of the movie it was a very very emotional movie in fact in
    few of the scenes tears came to my eyes. Apart from the fabulous acting
    by Hrithik, the story was good the music was beautiful and Yami Gautam
    a true heartthrob. Though a bit fictitious plot but some of the things
    shown in the movie truly reveals Current scenario of our country and
    has a strong social message. Till the very end of the movie I liked in
    fact loved the movie. In the Bollywood I would say Hrithik is truly
    evolving his movies. I just do not want to lengthen the review any
    further, just watch it for yourself. According to me this is the first
    movie of 2017 which I loved absolutely and will surely watch it again.

  • mthebest420January 26, 2017Reply

    Genuine Review of Kaabil (No Spoilers)

    There has been No SPOILERS in the entire Review.So go spoiler-free 🙂

    Having a dilemma to choose between Raees and Kaabil,we opted for
    Kaabil.Kabil had been given rave reviews from the critics around the
    nation.And Kaabil proves it right for the audience.

    To start with the review,Hrithik should be applauded for what he has
    done this time.The energy,the dedication and time he has given, all
    shows up.He has put in the best of efforts .Hrithik has proved his
    versatility as an actor.All that you carry with you after the movie is
    Hrithik Roshan.

    The story seems good and gripping.You stay with it throughout the run
    time.The music is one of the advantages for this movie.The second
    person I would like to put after Hrithik would be Yami Gautam .No doubt
    she is beautiful.It has been a good comeback by Yami.Its just that no
    one would have been able to play Hrithik’s lover better than her.She
    looks so beautiful and refreshing with her acting and the chemistry.
    Rohit and Ronit Roy stay strong throughout.Gireesh Kulkarni is
    remarkable and is one of the trending actors in Bollwyood.

    To sum up the movie, Kaabil is definitely a good watch.It has
    everything to prove itself.Engaging story,Beautiful Chemistry,Melodious
    Music,Gripping Thriller and Hrithik Roshan!!.My review 8 out of 10.

  • wsharangJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    A ”paisa wasool” movie for a Hrithik fan!

    To be very honest, I watched this movie because I didn’t get tickets
    for Raees. Having said that, I realized me and my friends wanted to
    watch Raees because there was so much publicity done for Raees that
    overshadowed Kaabil.

    After movies like Dhoom 2 & Bang Bang, I thought Hrithik Roshan is all
    about looks. His only monopoly is his good looks and nothing else.

    I didn’t know what to expect from Hrithik Roshan after Mohenjo Daro
    BUT, I think he out did himself in this one. He kinda surprised me with
    his performance. He definitely broke the stereotype. The plot was
    already thrown away in the trailers so we kinda knew that the movie was
    about a husband’s revenge. But if i was asked if there was anything
    that was outstanding in this movie then it was Hrithik’s performance.
    He portrayed the character just incredibly. I don’t think he did
    anything wrong there. The story line was quite simple and ordinary but
    the intensity and dedication of the revenge of a vision deprived was
    worth watching. The things that they tried to show must not seem
    plausible to some people at one glance, but at the same time, there was
    nothing in the movie that was too fictitious or not possible at all.
    The second half was much more interesting than the first half.

    The movie could do much better if they had a better director to direct
    the movie to be frank. Sanjay Gupta has a weird way of designing his
    movies. For example, there was CGI used in many scenes unnecessarily
    where they could actually shoot those scenes at real locations. They
    could make the movie slightly more interesting than what it was. I also
    expected a lot from Ronit Roy but i think he was just overacting in all
    his scenes. He couldn’t even get the Marathi accent right. I was quite
    excited to watch him as a villain after Udaan & Ugly but he
    disappointed me. Yami Gautam looked BEAUTIFUL.

    I am giving this movie a 9/10 solely for Hrithik Roshan’s performance
    and the writing of the movie.

  • Shivam SharmaJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Hrithik is back!!!!!!

    Awesome movie….Hrithik is back.A smart film well acted by Hrithik
    ,Yami,Ronit,Rohit.But,the highlight of the film is Hrithik’s bravura
    performance. He is vulnerable as a lover and menacing as a killing-
    machine. It is Hrithik’s film from the word go. He is there in almost
    every scene, and he seems to be in control of the proceedings. As a
    person who has suffered and is holding himself back from crying, he has
    done fairly well. Yami Gautam, like Ronit Roy, is already typecast as a
    wife/lover who leaves her partner midway. Hrithik Roshan and Sanjay
    Gupta consciously don’t project Rohan Bhatnagar as someone you should
    pity. This works and you realise this is the story of an underdog you
    want to win. But you need more than a few ‘Kamzor mat samajh’ kind of
    dialogues to completely root for Rohan. Barring the regular approach to
    filmmaking, Kaabil embellishes Hrithik credential as a fine action
    hero.

    A must watch!!!!!!!!

  • Samahire404January 26, 2017Reply

    BRILLIANT CONCEPT with having Emotions and Heart at Right Place

    KAABIL REVIEW : If you’ve watched and liked Film’s trailer then you
    will get all expected things in Film just like me. Excellent Writing,
    High on Emotions, Good Direction, Heart Touching concept and last but
    not the least Kaabil hits your heart and melts it. Details to follow –

    Acting- Let’s welcome Very first nominee in Best Actor Category of
    almost every Award show of next year, Hritik Roshan the man does it
    again. He proved that when it comes to Acting Oriented films, he’s Such
    fine Actor. It’s Not his career’s best but surely in Top 5. But we got
    surprise here, a beautiful lady, Yami Gautam did it and made it Best
    performance of her career (Not so Big yet) so far. Roy bros are
    Fantastic. Others are Realistic and Good.

    Writing- Excellent ! Such a beautiful script it is which has emotions
    till the end.

    Screenplay- Fantastic ! With run time of 140 minutes i don’t think
    screenplay could have been better than this on the same script.

    Cinematography- Good. At some scenes Locations looks B Grade but rest
    cinematographer totally nails it. Especially in Lightning, Disappearing
    scenes.

    Music – Above Average ! ‘Mon Amour’ is Average but Choreography is
    excellent If you’re ready to exclude some mistakes. ‘Main Tere Kaabil’
    is the Best Song in Film and it’s situational too, ‘Saraa Zamana’ is
    Timepass but Urvashi looks hot in it.

    Direction- Very Good ! Kaabil is perhaps the Best Work of Sanjay Gupta
    so far. He succeeded in connecting film with everyone’s emotions and
    film makes you cry at some scenes. Many Expected mistakes and minuses
    are there in Direction but i don’t expect Gupta to work like Nolan so
    it is Okay. I’m hoping to meet Sanjay sir soon and thank him for Such a
    Lovely and Heart-touching film.

    Final Words- With better direction this Film would’ve been a
    Masterpiece or a Classic at least but it fails achieve that feat but
    still it’s a MUST WATCH film for all those who have emotions. Kaabil is
    Silent message for those heartless people who underestimates Disable
    people, actually i feel it gives you a social message that we Normal
    people should never tease Disable people and we should feel lucky that
    we’re living normal life not like Disable people. I’m going with 7/10*
    stars and i strongly recommend this film to everyone, just inches away
    from a Classic Tag, still Film deserves to be watched at least Once at
    Any cost. Thank you Kaabil team for giving me such a Kaabil
    (Successful) Film.

  • rs-45184January 26, 2017Reply

    Suffered first half due to old Indian movie story pattern

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  • snaidu422January 26, 2017Reply

    Worthy enough to take on King Khan

    It does take lot of guts to release your film on the same day as a
    Sharukh Khan starrer and the result could always spell doom for you
    unless you are a member of the khan trio. People considered Hrithik was
    committing professional hara-kiri going ahead anyways, it is only when
    you watch the film, you realize why Hrithik was KAABIL to take a Khan
    starrer a la David Vs Goliath.

    Rohan (Hrithik Roshan)is a blind man, but his other senses are working
    in perfect sync with his thoughts. He is also an expert on mimicking
    people’s voices and works as a dubbing artist for animation films. He
    meets Supriya (Yama Gautham) a blind pianist when a common benefactor
    sets them up on a date.

    Hrithik and Supriya get married and dream of a bright future. Their
    happiness is short lived when Supriya gets gang raped by their neighbor
    Wasim (Sahidur Rahman) and a politician’s brother Amit (Rohit Roy). The
    police turn down the case as the bigwigs manipulate things and
    everything fizzles out.

    The blind couple decide to accept fate and go ahead with their life,
    but the rapist duo return and rape Supriya yet again. Supriya takes a
    drastic decision which changes Rohan’s life as he takes on the might of
    the politician Madhav Rao (Ronit Roy) and the rapists and how he
    eliminates each of them without evidence forms the rest of the plot.

    Hrithik Roshan gives a fantastic performance and comes out a winner, be
    it as the love struck guy, or the helpless husband or the vengeful
    person, he outshines every other character in the movie.

    Yami Gautam for a change decides to act and yes she does a wonderful
    job too, her performance as the rape victim is excellent and makes you
    feel for the character.

    Rohit Roy as the rapist comes out with a fabulous performance that you
    start hating his character right from the word go and cheer when he
    meets his brutal end.

    Ronit Roy on the other hand is OK and it is evident he is trying very
    hard to come up with a performance to match his co-stars, but he fails.

    Music by Rajesh Roshan is not wow but is soothing to the ears and the
    remix of ”Haseena ka Deewana” should be avoided as well as Urvashi
    Rautela’s acrobatics which are supposed to be dance moves.

    Sanjay Gupta comes out with a winner and a bravo performance from his
    lead stars, though the movie lags a bit in the second half, he manages
    to set it back on track.

    Watch it if you are in a mood to watch a good film with stellar
    performances and if you are in a mood to go down on an emotional roller
    coaster ride.

  • Ketan GuptaJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    What an enigmatic performance by Hrithik !!! Makes a great comeback

    It is a great sense of achievement for disabled people who are leading
    a normal life even though they are facing challenge each and every day.
    Films like Sanjeev Kumar ”Koshish”, Rani Mukherjee’s ”Black” or the
    recent one ”Margarita With A Straw” where Kalki Koechin gives an
    enduring performance, is one step forward to accept them. ”Kaabil” is
    one such attempt to portray that they are not weak but they are better
    than us in some way ..

    ”Kaabil” tells story of a lovely couple, Rohan (Hrithik Roshan) and
    Supriya (Yami Gautam) whose world are torn apart when few miscreants
    interfere in their life. Rohan plans to seek revenge on those who were
    behind his family’s destruction.

    After a long time, Sanjay Gupta, though borrowed from ”Broken”, has
    delivered some sensible film which will surprise you with few scenes.
    The movie begins in a normal flow where a boy meets girl and they live
    happily coupled with unnecessary songs causing interference. The first
    half is hardly engaging but it is scene before the intermission where
    Hrithik challenges the cops which is outstanding. The second half
    begins with a bang gathering the steam and delivering it to the best.
    Though the plot becomes weak in between, it is the treatment and
    execution which keeps you engaged.

    Good attempt by Sanjay Gupta but still could have better. Art direction
    is fine. Cinematography is excellent. Dialogues are brilliant. Editing
    is weak which could have improved making it a taut revenge thriller.
    Screenplay is like a roller coaster ride. Music is fine but except
    ”Sara Zamana”, none of them will be remembered. Coming to the
    performances, it is Hrithik Roshan’s show all the way. The
    multi-talented actor does everything from romancing his heroine,
    dancing brilliantly and even giving solid dialogue baazi. However, it
    is impeccable acting of playing a blind man that leaves an impression.
    What a come back. Yami Gautam surprises you as well with her enchanting
    smile and outstanding portrayal of a struggling blind person who is
    suffering in pain. Ronit Roy is wasted in underwritten role. Rohit Roy
    over-acts.

    On the whole, ”Kaabil” is a good attempt by its makers. Watch it for
    Hrithik Roshan as he is not stopping back. Decent 2.75/5

    – Ketan Gupta

  • proishaanpuriproJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Hrithik Roshan Has All The Moves, Only If He Had A Plot!

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  • aniseprakashJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    A predictable plot saved by the cast and screenplay

    The story is not new to the industry, but the director has coloured it
    with a decent screenplay. The movie mostly relies on Hrithik and he has
    given his 100%. His hard work was evident throughout the movie.

    The romantic scenes between Hrithik and Yami Gautam were great. They
    share an excellent chemistry which carries the first half. Yami has
    portrayed exceptional acting and impresses the audience. The couple
    looks perfect in songs and romantic scenes.Kaabil Ronit and Rohit Roys
    as the baddies shine in the second half. The cruelty of their
    character, the political powers they exhibit, the criminal intents they
    posses will make them hate. But that’s the plus of their character.

    Sanjay Gupta’s direction adds the additional spice to the movie. Though
    the movie is mostly predictable Sanjay has made the audience guessing
    at times. Few minutes into the movie will hook up the audience for
    sure. The director has to be applauded for smart fight sequences (A
    little illogical but good thinking), few suspense elements and the
    romantic scenes.

    Though the acting department saves the movie the sidelines cannot be
    shaded. The second half is mostly predictable and nothing new there.
    The action sequences are well planned but seems illogical at times,
    director should have concentrated a little more in the graphics
    department. Music is not that appealing especially in the songs (The
    item song, is it necessary?).

    Apart from the above the movie has every element to entertain the
    audience. As I mentioned though it is predictable the screenplay saves
    the movie. Watch it if you are a die-hard Hrithik Roshan fan, general
    audience might find it a little average one.

  • Vijeet PandyaJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Awesome film A must watch

    Kaabil is something beyond the Awesomeness Such a wonderful Drama and
    Acting by H.Roshan, Yami Goutam, Girish Kulkarni and the entire Team i
    think this film is also have very practical and real time subject
    too,apart from this the comic timing of both (Lead cast) is really nice
    and VFX tech. things are really up to mark ,Sara Zamanaa song
    (Dance,Camera angels) so many thing are there,such kind of film proves
    that acting and drama there is everything for a film, Background music
    is also very nice of this film in India we have to appreciate this film
    as a lesson A Must Watch film overall go for the acting, Drama, new
    subject Motivation, eye opening thanks

  • sofiaJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Good movie

    Kaabil was definitely kaabil, a really good movie, a brilliant story
    line to it, for that reason I will score the movie high cause we
    haven’t had movies like that before ever in bollwood,

    Positives: Hritik’s acting is just mind blowing, it felt he was a blind
    men in real the acting came just naturally to him, nothing exaggerated
    or over done it was just right, Roy brothers preformed amazingly well
    in negative roles…Yami Gautam was good but not better than hritik in
    acting blind… Negatives: i wasn’t keen on seeing hritiks 2thumbs
    again and again so closely, no offence to the actor cause it wasn’t
    necessary they could had avoided it and it wouldn’t make any difference
    to the movie…direction wise on the fighting scenes and suspense plot
    could had been better… Overall: you can watch this movie once and
    guaranteed you will enjoy it…!!!

  • Kayenaat Khan (kmissuniverse)January 26, 2017Reply

    He deserves the Most Kaabil Actor Award

    Hrithik never fails to impress with his dedicated acting. I loved it so
    much and watched it twice on the first day. He has yet again proved to
    be a Kaabil (capable) actor to take on any role that comes his way. The
    dialogues were outstanding. He delivered his absolute best and that
    determination was clearly seen throughout the movie. It’s difficult to
    convincingly portray a visually impaired character but undoubtedly, he
    managed to create an impact with his level of conviction and
    dedication. No matter how much I praise his abilities, it will always
    fall short. The story was exception and brilliantly executed. I love
    the way everything flowed so well and there were so many moments which
    left me with goosebumps.

  • TakethispunchJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    This movie is a bloody joke on audiences IQ. Very bad acting.

    Sanjay Gupta’s Kaabil shows that Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam are
    both visually impaired and falls in love making two negatives as
    positive. They fall in love, get married and vows to stay with each
    other forever. They also do Salsa together of course without learning.
    Well this is nothing. Hrithik the blind can wreak havoc on his enemies
    when darkness surrounds him n his wife in a cruel way. Real life
    brothers Rohit Roy and Ronit Roy are the villains of the movie and they
    assault Yami Gautam to which Hrithik retaliates fiercely. The film does
    not seem to have any suspense. Will Hrithik be able to find out and
    punish the bad guys? Of course. Even though he is blind, he can find
    them in darkness too.

  • Rahul GlintJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Don’t go through this. Your time is precious

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  • RajeshJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Movie made from pure heart!! Highly recommended

    The movie made from pure heart. Hrithik Roshan and Ronit Roy have
    surpassed every expectation as an actor, performer and as a person.
    They lived the character(not acted). The movie is brilliant and
    intelligent. Not like masala movie that everything happen just like
    that. In fact there is no hero at all in the movie. This is the story
    of beautiful independent and not helpless common guys. No dialogues
    have been spoken like heroic way but sounds so pure and powerful to
    have goosebumps.The movie is vulnerable but powerful. Having the great
    message that Your physical disability is not your inability but it is
    special kind of ability. Highly recommended. Not like usual masala
    movie. Mind seel All. Heart Sees All.

  • bloke_shwinJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Boring, melodramatic, predictable movie. The plot is from the 80’s n ridiculous. Copied from Iravu suriyan n shades of Broken.

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  • kksirurJanuary 26, 2017Reply

    Kaabil – Another gem from Hrithik’s kitty !!!

    WATTA A REVENGE SAGA … MAZZA AA GAYA !!!

    Hrithik Roshan I take a bow to your acting abilities !… You keep
    going a notch above every time! … Yami Gautam is cute and realistic
    … Hrithik and Yami will surely give u the feels. Special mention to
    the baddies Rohit and Ronit Roy will make your stomach churn. Sanjay
    Gupta has cooked up an awesome pot boiler this time.

    The music by Rajesh Roshan sounds much more beautiful in the movie. The
    background music by Salim-Sulaiman is top notch , takes the movie to
    totally different level. Resul’s sound mixing is also apt. It enhances
    the experience of this movie.

    P.S. Don’t go in with the prejudice of Mohenjodaro. This movie is
    totally different and an awesome entertainer with right amount of
    romance and revenge !!!

  • Tejas NairJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    ”Capable” Of Entertaining You. ♦ Grade C+

    Hrithik Roshan needed a much-needed push to his acting career,
    considering his personal problems and an embarrassing attempt at
    recreating history (read Mohenjo Daro (2016)) had put a few red marks
    on his report card. Sanjay Gupta helps him here, with enough support
    from the Roshan clan.

    Rohan (Hrithik Roshan), a dubbing artist, and Supriya (Yami Gautam), a
    pianist and NGO worker, are a visually challenged couple who are in
    love and have decided to marry. They begin their married life with much
    pomp and circumstance, along with their friends, with the hope of
    starting a better life together. However, horror knocks on their door
    the right next day when local goon Amit (Rohit Roy) and his friend
    sexually assault Supriya, shattering their lives forever. Sardonically,
    Rohan is more devastated than Supriya, and decides to avenge, after
    regretting his previous decision to marry, at all.

    For starters, there is definitely a lot of heart in the film, with
    Rohan overacting to the core to impress Supriya. Soon, the focus shifts
    from their delicate romance to the idea of people mocking those who are
    disabled. Amit and his friend are both repugnant in their actions and
    words, and do not mind speaking their mind, especially when Supriya, or
    women in general, is the subject. The makers probably wanted to show
    the aftermath of rape, by sampling (or rather simplifying) disability,
    but handle it rather clumsily. There is no other excuse to create this
    film which has shades of cliché, mockery, and anti-feminism.

    Viewers are guaranteed to feel angry at what ensues after the assault,
    taking the torch from the scene of act to the police station to the
    local minister’s mansion. It is the usual flow of narration where
    police apathy and corruption barge in and make you boil. Nonetheless,
    it does not pass muster if the Roshans had wanted to show the stark
    reality about the condition of women in a country where the idea of
    feminism is muddled, and patriarchy and dash of fascism is at an
    all-time high. It addresses one too many social issues, and then moves
    on to the vengeance part – which is plain old sweetness.

    Although Roshan looks like he’s straight out of the Koi… Mil Gaya
    (2003) sets, he performs well, and is one of the many reasons why the
    film never bores. Gautam is decent, as well, but it is her facial
    expressions that is at great display here. The Roy brothers are great,
    with the elder one typecast and the younger one doing a film after a
    long time. Their characters are perfectly vindictive, and give too many
    causes for Rohan to fight back. Other supporting actors like Narendra
    Jha (also seen in Rahul Dholakia’s Raees (2017)), Suresh Menon, and
    Girish Kulkarni (last seen in Nitesh Tiwari’s Dangal (2016)) are all
    above average and portray their characters with much diligence.

    With arresting music and some nicely-shot sequences, the film is sure
    to keep you at the edge if you are not a feminist. For people who are
    disturbed at how the makers carve the aftermath of rape, it is best to
    avoid the film and wait for Sankalp Reddy’s The Ghazi Attack (2017).
    There is this one particular scene, had it been handled properly, would
    have impressed me a lot. Where after the horrendous scene, Supriya goes
    to Rohan and tries to calm him, apologizing for not being ”the way she
    was” anymore and Rohan does not reply. The consequence of this scene is
    rather dreadful, but the writers fail to provide a good explanation as
    to why Rohan fell silent that moment, as if he was in pain more than
    his wife – which is factually incorrect and a bad thing to represent.

    It has similarities with a lot of recent films such as Sriram
    Raghavan’s Badlapur (2015), Nishikant Kamat’s Drishyam (2015), and
    Priyadarshan’s Malayalam film Oppam (2016), but that doesn’t mean it’s
    not worth your money or time. Yeah, you do feel Rohan’s targets were
    only the bare minimum and he should have targeted more people, but you
    cannot choose unless we get interactive cinema in 3017.

    BOTTOM LINE: Sanjay Gupta’s ”Kaabil” is a lot better than his 2014 cold
    dunk, Jazbaa. It will cause you to emote the same way you react reading
    newspaper headlines these days. Along with favorable performances and a
    well-executed story-line, this one is, wait for it, better than its
    competition. Buy a DVD later or maybe go for that weekday afternoon
    show. Don’t forget to use the Freecharge offer on BookMyShow!

    Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES

  • jaymehta-85406January 27, 2017Reply

    Kaabil-e-taarif!!

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  • anmolsoni-75407January 27, 2017Reply

    Kaabil review.

    In a single sentence, to review #kaabil the only kaabil person is
    Hrithik Roshan. Nobody else is kaabil enough to review it. Yes, the
    directors, producers, co-actors are obviously equally appreciable but
    the actual feeling or you can say the actual protagonist is the person
    who has LIVED that character. Undoubtedly, not a single person is
    attached to the film as much as the protagonist. Not only this one, but
    any other film. Talking about the movie, reasons for liking it-
    enormous. I repeat, enormous. The beautiful start with a dream love
    story to a painful mid- part where the love story ends and then the
    revenge, the central attraction. The revenge was best in its every
    form, may it be the tricks, the voice use by him to dub the victim’s
    voice, or the ideas used to check out the place, the strong police
    commissioner. The best part was the blind man at the end, worth a
    million whistles. For he turned the inspector’s efforts upside down.
    Every bit of the movie was worth applauses and whistles. And, surely
    Rakesh Roshan Sir and Sanjay Sir have put their lives into the movie
    and therefore they are the gems left unappreciated while everybody is
    busy appreciating the cast and crew. Kudos to the whole team. Again,
    Hrithik Roshan is the essence of the movie and his world class acting
    and dance moves make it a masterpiece. A must must must must watch
    bollywood movie after so long!

  • Manish KumarJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    Awesome movie – Awesome cast (esp Hrithik & Roy brothers)

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  • Shubham MishraJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    Kaabil Movie Review: Worth It For Sure!

    KAABIL: Intense, Gripping, Revenge-Thriller 😀

    First Half Of The Movie Started Slow But Filled With LOVE <3

    Second Half Is Filled With Darkness & It Is Just Amazing With Lot Of
    Suspense, Thrill Which Will Keep You Glued To Your Seats 😉

    Dialogues Are Good.. But A Dialogue Few Minutes Before Interval Turned
    The Theater To Stadium. 👏

    Hrithik Roshan: Phenomenal Acting.. His Careers Best Performance. No
    One Could Have Played His Role Better Than Him. 😎

    Yami Gautam Is Cute As Always.. 😍 And Other Supporting Cast Was Also
    Good. 👍

    Kaabil Makes You Love, Cry, Feel Helpless And Finally Leaves A Smile On
    Your Face. ^_^

    Must WATCH.. 4 Stars From My Side 🌟

  • iabdhrubelJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    Excellent

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  • barkkharaiJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    revenge thriller creating awareness for two important subjects.

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  • shubhamvibrantiitJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    Very Bad

    So I went for the movie because I expected a decent thriller,GOD I was
    so wrong,Truly one of the worst movies of 2016.Almost wholly copied
    from The DareDevil.Hrithik has such plastic face and almost no dialogue
    delivery sense,The Villains looked more of like clowns,and dialogues
    don’t let me begin on them they were just very plain,No improvisation
    at all.None of the songs were worth remembering.Only good thing in the
    movie is Yami Gautam She really had shown how to act,Here eyes are
    really very expressive.Hrithik we expected better from you,A blind man
    doing all the action like a pro,so many plot holes,really no
    chemistry.Direction is also awful.Hrithik and his father pulled of all
    the stunts for this?Really Very Disappointing movie,I almost slept in
    between.Better watch Raees at least it is believable.

  • (gngledwardo)January 27, 2017Reply

    Hrithik is Brilliant

    Kaabil beautifully combines sentiment and action. The notion of a blind
    hero might be a contradiction in terms, but Hrithik pulls it off.
    What’s interesting is that he has played Rohan Bhanagar as calm yet
    cold-blooded, and that combination is lethal.

    In each film, the camera wanders on to Hrithik’s abs and muscles. In
    Kaabil, it never leaves his face, and that’s a masterstroke by Gupta.
    Yami compliments Hrithik well. The supporting cast have all delivered
    naturalistic performances. Narendra Jha as the senior cop stands out,
    and Ronit Roy is brilliant. Rape scenes are difficult to watch but the
    sensitive manner in which Sanjay Gupta has handled it, is something
    they should teach at film schools. Kaabil is old-school, emotional and
    forceful. And an absolute must for all Hrithik Roshan fans. And if you
    aren’t his fan, you might feel differently after this film

  • shankarvemuri-71938January 27, 2017Reply

    Movie is brilliant

    Superb Movie. Hrithik Roshan Brilliant acting as blind. Tight script .
    very well directed movie.Story revolves around Hrithik and Yami when
    few rogues attack and exploit Yami and then Hrithik takes revenge.
    Romance was shot beautifully. Chemistry between them is good. The
    highlight of the film is Hrithik’s bravura performance. He is
    vulnerable as a lover and menacing as a killing-machine. Half a star in
    the movie-rating is reserved for his all-time best performance here.
    Yami provides the perfect foil, subtle and super-effective.

    Technically the film is adept, Thanks to masters like Sudeep Chatterjee
    (camera) and Resul Pookutty(sound). However Rajesh Roshan’s yesteryear
    hits—Saara Zamana and Dil Kya Karen in their remixed avatars are pale
    imitations of their original versions.

  • karishmauniverseJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    Kaabil Review

    one of the most engaging Thriller Film from Bollywood. Gupta’s
    Direction is top class. Yami is brilliant ..Ronit,Rohit and Narendar
    all were brilliant. But Kaabil belongs to Hrithik Roshan..who was given
    one of his best performance..He is back with bang !! The highlight of
    the film is Hrithik’s bravura performance. He is vulnerable as a lover
    and menacing as a killing- machine. Half a star in the movie-rating is
    reserved for his all-time best performance here. Yami provides the
    perfect foil, subtle and super-effective.Technically the film is adept,
    Thanks to masters like Sudeep Chatterjee (camera) and Resul
    Pookutty(sound)..a must watch film.

  • afbpjdfJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    negative

    Kaaba – the film pointless. Love – there is something about love, that
    Hrithik shows with a face a moron … to kill his wife by rape – could
    be simpler? Then it would not be an Indian movie … Again to bring to
    film young perverts – watch the rape …? Why the police? Hero – a
    loner struggling with the system, not just a criminal – a loner … It
    must be cool … The film is an ambitious (as all the films Hrithik),
    stupid, senseless. Hrithik as an actor – not. Dancing all gold interior
    – rich … All that’s enough, remember the sick .. It is for Indian
    viewers from the villages, urban slums, who came to the city to work.
    but the development in the last century, these audiences today 70%
      Bollywood called Idiotowood

  • jamesjose-52796January 27, 2017Reply

    not a regular reviewer but couldn’t resist reviewing this masterpiece

    There are people and families who wait for the perfect movie to go out
    and see at 70 mm. I think their wait is over as this movie is so
    beautifully crafted that you want for more after every scene. Acting
    wise all have done their part quite convincingly be it Yami or Roy
    brothers but hrithik just outclassed himself.He had poured his heart
    out in portraying the character. I think he had kept the very best of
    himself for kaabil. Take a bow man. Though he was blind but his eyes
    were so expressive that you just start to feel the pain and anguish
    yourself. Rajesh roshan’s music is soothing.Saara Zamana remix song was
    OK but could have done without it also. People may say many glitches
    about the movie but yes cinematic liberty should be taken into account.
    Great background score. Must watch for family and friends. .👏👏&
    #128079;👏.

  • Rohit GangulyJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    Hrithik Roshan is the Best Actor In Bollywood

    Hrithik Roshan takes his biggest career risk with Kaabil. For an actor
    whose name is synonymous with good looks, vanity and superstardom, to
    play a simple ordinary guy who isn’t bothered by the way he looks on
    screen or how many packs he has hidden behind his shirt, for him Kaabil
    is a huge risk. Does it pay off ? Yes, by leaps and bounds. Kaabil
    works simply because Hrithik takes it to another level. His honesty and
    openness in letting us get a glimpse of Rohan’s world is endearing.
    Right from the opening frame where we watch Rohan make breakfast to the
    very last scene you are spellbound by Hrithik’s craft. You are waiting
    for him to mess up, or maybe there will be a flaw and he will get out
    of character, look in the camera, but that doesn’t happen even for a
    second. Kaabil also works because you watch characters and not
    caricatures. Kaabil is Hrithik Roshan’s career best performance. Watch
    and marvel at what can easily be termed as the finest performance to
    come out of Bollywood in a long time.

  • prp9933January 27, 2017Reply

    Kaabil Is Simply Outstanding & Excellent!!

    OMG !! What A Fantastic Movie.

    Hrithik Is Fabulous & Also Yami Is Superb.

    Hrithik has Truly Turned In A Rocking Performance. Great Storyline too
    and a very gripping suspense thriller!! Mark My Words ”Just Nailed It!”
    Sanjay Gupta gives you a Bollywood adaptation that is entertaining and
    effective.Strong Appeal To Society In Matter Of Law & Order. You Will
    First Laugh Then Smile Afterwards Emotion, Further Anger Of Justice &
    Lastly ”Perfect” Revenge. Absolute Beauty. Amazing Cinematography ,
    Nice Music And With ”Marvelous Acting”!! ”Don’t Challenge The
    Challenged”!!

  • Bhaswar MukherjeeJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    When will our filmmakers develop enough spine to be Kaabil?

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  • Prafulla SrivastavJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    Kaabil has one the finest performance of Hrithik Roshan

    Terrific comeback of Hrithik Roshan after failure of Mohenjo Daro.
    Hrithik has done exceptionally brilliant job in physically challenged
    or mentally challenged roles like he did in Koi Mil Gaya and Guzaarish.
    Kaabil will consider as one the best Performance of Hrithik Roshan.
    Yami Gautam did justice with her role. Roy brothers were good addition
    as villain. Sanjay Gupta brilliantly directed revenge saga. Rakesh
    Roshan also did good job with music.Two Kishore Kumar’s songs were
    melodiously reprised. Urvashi Rautela added fuel in the movie with her
    item song.

    3 idiots’s dialogue suit for Kaabil (2017 film) : ”Beta Kaabil bano
    Kaabil bano, kamyabi jhak markar peeche aayegi” (Try to become Capable,
    Success will chase you)

  • pranayjalviJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    Hrithik Roshan steals the show

    Releasing the same day as Raees, Sanjay Gupta’s and Rakesh Roshan’s
    emotional and nerve- wracking venture is a grisly, gutsy, edgy and
    satisfying venture for those who were waiting for such genre. Apart
    from bringing Hrithik back to success with tremendous performance, it
    gives you nail-biting moments that make your pulse stand still for a
    couple of seconds before it goes berzerk. Hrithik reprises everything
    that he is known for – a formidable screen presence, adrenaline-pumping
    energy, and compelling emotion. Yami Gautam plays her part naturally
    without much effort, but appears too strong for a person who has gone
    through a tragic and spine-chilling incident, which can be a tad
    unsettling.Sanjay Gupta spins a taut tale, bringing in many
    heartwarming sequences like the mall sequence, the suicide note in
    Braille and even the way the final murder is shown in a
    flashback.Nevertheless, in the final analysis, ”Kaabil” is classic
    commercial cinema with justice done to this genre thriller despite of
    some minor flaws. And no Kaabil is not like Daredevil for those who
    think it is replicated from Daredevil. The concept may be the same but
    the plot is totally different.

    My Rating : 4.5/5

  • shyammrJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    You wont regret watching this movie… You only wish for more…

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  • Ankit BhatnagarJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    With more work on revenge script in the later part of the movie, this could have been a wonderfully made thriller.

    With more work on revenge script in the later part of the movie, this
    could have been a wonderfully made thriller. A great build up in first
    half with some decent direction and amazing acting by Hrithik Roshan,
    but mostly a disappointment towards the end. Overall, a nice concept
    and thought, which could’ve been so much better.

    Storyline Rating: 3

    Acting Rating: 4 Hrithik Roshan: 4 Yami Gautam: 3 Ronit Roy: 2 Rohit
    Roy: 2 Girish Kulkarni: 2 Narendra Jha: 3

    Direction Rating: 3

    Music Rating: 3

    Cinematography: 3

    Editing: 3

  • muvi-fan-73January 28, 2017Reply

    Wished if I could enjoy more.

    To begin with I really had high expectations from this movie, so I was
    not satisfied to wished extent. When it comes to take revenge, against
    those who have destroyed ones family, the movie that comes to my mind
    is ‘law abiding citizens’. Here the story is light, suitable for the
    main audience (indian). Some scenes still feel impossible to happen in
    real life, when one is blind.

    Direction: Direction is average.

    Screenplay: Screenplay is average.

    Cinematography: Cinematography is above average. The background, a
    beautiful couple is amongst some elements that add to viewing
    experience of audience.

    Tone: First half of movie consists of love life of two blind men and
    second half consist of one blind man taking revenge of his partners’
    death. For me some of the scenes appeared unrealistic.

    Music: Music is average.

    Acting: Acting is above average in most of the cases. Hrithik shines as
    an actor.

    I wished if I could enjoy the movie more, like fantastic beasts where
    applied methods are put into play.

  • Puneet SindhuJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    One of the best Hindi thriller movie

    If I had to explain this movie to you in few words, which the
    filmmakers tried, in the first teaser it would go like ”Your eyes will
    remain open, but you won’t be able to see anything. Your ears will
    remain open, but you will not hear anything. Your mouth will remain
    open but you won’t be able to speak. And most importantly, you will
    understand everything, but you won’t be able to explain anyone.” Those
    who don’t have a clue about this English translated Hindi dialogue just
    ”Youtube” the Kaabil teaser.

    The movie is about a blind man who falls in love with a blind girl and
    all he wants is to be capable enough to fulfill her every dream. Misery
    befalls upon them, the girl is dead, and he is out for the vendetta.
    Yes, it sounds like a clichéd story, but is it? Let’s just say it’s
    probably the most wonderful thriller movie I have seen since Drishyam.

    The performances in this movie are just brilliant. Hrithik Roshan owns
    this movie with his natural acting (surprising because superstars tend
    to overact). His expressions in this movie are incredible as always.
    Ronit Roy, this man is probably one of the best actors in this country
    and should be included in the list of Nawaz, Naseeruddin, Irrfan, KK
    Menon etc. Yami and Rohit Roy also did convincing portrayal of their
    roles.

    Why you should watch this movie: Acting, Content, Direction. Why not:
    If you just can’t tolerate 15 minutes of ”Pyaar and other clichéd
    things which Bollywood just can’t give up” and unnecessary songs.

  • Kalyan SahaJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    A Must watch….

    #Kaabil is not just a movie it is a story of our society where few
    people uses their power to oppress the people who made them powerful.
    It is blood boiling tale of of injustice and arrogance. Which really
    government should take into consideration.

    No one in right mind should compare this movie with the worst movie
    #RAEES which had cheap thrills, crappy dialogues, unnecessary macho and
    the cheapest trick of all to attract more viewers was Sunny Leone’s
    item number.

    Given a good script and scope for acting Hrithik proved that he is a
    good actor. And it is not only Hrithik’s movie which most people are
    saying it is the bad guys of the movie who really outdone them selves
    and it will really make your blood boil. Yami Gautam have also done
    well as usual.

  • Nikhil MehtaJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Brrrilliant……!! Hats Off to the performance of the career. DON’T MISS…

    Since the announcement of the film, I was eagerly waiting and the wait
    is worth it. The fantabulous performance by Hrithik Roshan which is at
    his best performance in his career wins heart. Seamlessly written
    screenplay never lets you down.Emotion take your heart to
    mouth.Fantastic background score makes the action sequence more
    realistic. After Udaan , Ronit Roy again has given his best
    performance. Rohit Roy too was at his best who literally forces you to
    hate him.And not to forget the last 20 edge of the seat minutes keep
    you glued to the seats literally. Very well Direction by Sanjay Gupta
    and excellent camera work by Sudeep Chatterjee. Full marks from my
    side. Brrrilliant.!!!

  • Rahul SaxenaJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Wonderful movie in every aspect – Mind blown

    Kaabil is an extremely honest work from Rakesh Roshan and Sanjay Gupta.
    Hrithik Roshan is unbelievable. This has to be his best movie till
    date.One would think that you know the story from the trailer but then
    that was the case with Dangal also.There are enough surprises to keep
    you on the edge of the seat.Highly recommended.Go for it. It’s
    definitely worth your money.

    Story – 4/5

    Performances – Hrithik 5/5, Ronit Roy 5/5, Yami Gautam 4/5, Rohit Roy
    3/5

    Music – 4/5

  • mdnowJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Lacks Common Sense. Filled with Boredom. One of the Worst Lead Performances Ever!

    Yes. This movie is a torture just to sit through. Same old revenge
    drama but lacks any depth, connection, background and narrative. Kaabil
    is so bad, it lacks any real basic narrative style. Both lead acting
    performances are way below the mark. The body languages, the dialogue
    deliveries, even the tone for such sensitive subject is made caricature
    out of. Taking audience for granted for such sensitive subject that is
    so relevant in today’s times in India, Kaabil makes a mockery out of
    it. Editing is poor. Direction is just directionless. Production values
    are good. But most important of them all for a dark revenge drama, the
    thrills are completely missing in what is suppose to be a suspense
    thriller. Avoid at any cost. Background score could’ve still inspired
    the thrills but even this is missing. I don’t mind if movie fails to
    connect with audience but at least it should carry itself gracefully
    with the help of thinking man’s screenplay. And this is also Lacking.

  • faisalfavesJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Hrithik nailed it! Wonder full

    Hrithik transformation from romance to rage is so credible, compelling
    and chilling you flow with his fury to the battered, bruised, bloodied,
    wounded love-soldier wondering if hell hath any fury like a blind man
    scorned. He plays blind with a blinding brilliance. Intelligently
    enough, his unseeing character stumbles and panics when thrown into
    strange circumstances and places rather than act cool heroically super
    confident.

    You will definitely love Hrithik Roshan’s Strong acting. One of the
    best movie of Hrithik Roshan’s career.

    Lets Rate:

    Acting:

    Hrithik Roshan: 10/10

    Yami Gautam: 8/10

    Ronit Roy: 9/10

    Music: 9/10

    Story: 7/10

    Direction: 9/10

    PS: If you are a Shah Rukh Khan lover, then don’t be a hater to any
    other. You must admit this movie is a class, Aamir Khan’s level movie.
    You will love watching it with friends and family. Thrilling!

  • Ramakrishna KothapetaJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Standards of making Hindi movie is degrading

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  • Hitendra SinghJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Must watch movie for all !

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  • Dipto KarmakerJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Hrithik at his very best. He nailed it.

    What a brilliant film done by Hrithik Rohsan.He just at his best.

    Don’t wanna break anyone’s suspense as those who still had not
    watched.My suggestion to them please go to your nearest cinema halls
    and watch the film.It is the best film of 2017.Just appreciate the hard
    work of Hrithik and all other casts.

    In plot, the director and script writer did a fantastic job by keeping
    things very easy and simple.Best way to deliver the audience.

    Cast Selection was just phenomenal. In music nothing to say.It
    absolutely the best music album of Rajesh Rohsan.

    Compared to Raees, I think Kaabil will be more worthy of time.In
    script, acting, choreography, music Kaabil is way better than Raees.But
    in Raees cast selection is lightly better than Kaabil.Credit goes to
    Shah Rukh Khan and Nawazuddin Khan.

  • Rawal AfzalJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Mixed feelings about this film

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  • Rishabh RathiJanuary 28, 2017Reply

    Best revenge thriller! Hrithik slays it.

    Hrithik Roshan is back to the silver screen again after a short gap of
    6 months with a heart wrenching, gripping and engaging revenge thriller
    that gets most things right except a few clichés.

    Kaabil will be remembered as one of the finest revenge thrillers for
    the fact that the protagonist is blind but is so strong in his actions
    that he can put people with eyes to shame.

    Since I never saw how blind people date, I feel that the film starts
    really slow but picks up nicely after the first 30 minutes. The second
    half is the real showdown between the hero and the anti- hero(es) and
    is the most enjoyable one.

    Full marks to Hrithik Roshan as he gives a splendid performance and
    like always carries the complete film on his shoulders with Ronit and
    Rohit Roy playing antagonists.

    Yami Gautam gets type-casted once again. Girish kulkarni and Narendra
    Jha provide great support to the cast.

    That said, Kaabil is for people who like classy commercial cinema.

  • brute blessJanuary 29, 2017Reply

    90’s Plot with a gripping storyline.

    Its only me or I felt that kaabil had that same 90’s plot where the
    system is at flaw and an average ”AAM aadmi”, will avenge the death of
    his deceased wife. The flow of the movie is pretty average and the
    acting is pretty mediocre, but still the injustice struck and the
    helplessness will boil you through and you would be compelled to stay
    the movie. Hritik delivers a good screenplay and yami gautam
    compliments the plot. My only flaw is the extended first half of the
    movie which has been dragged and the climax has been rushed through.
    Sanjay Gupta has an extremely good dark screenplay instinct but he
    didn’t go with the same.

    Well the movie is a good one time watch and since being born in the age
    of this genre of Cinema, I will give a humble 7.

  • akashanilnairJanuary 29, 2017Reply

    Brilliant Movie!!!

    The mind sees all… This is a beautiful message given by Kaabil. The
    Movie is far better than Raess which felt senseless and had a weak
    plot. Kaabil may not win at the box office but it surely will win a lot
    of hearts. The thing which i don’t understand is why is it compared to
    Daredevil. Daredevil is a superhero with a type of sonar vision and can
    easily beat up 20-30 men whereas Hrithik’s character struggles to beat
    a single guy and also that he is really blind with no sonar vision or
    something like that. There are some inconsistencies and it is not a
    perfect film but if you ignore all that you can certainly enjoy the
    movie. Overall worth watching. You will not be disappointed by
    Hrithik’s performance.

  • Bala Murugan ([email protected])January 29, 2017Reply

    Untold love

    Just as the movie starts and progress you will feel the real love,
    affection within you. The emotions are captured superbly and I loved
    the first off much. Second part how the society take advantage on them
    (blind people), you will be filled with agony on witnessing that and
    look for a ‘good person’ to help them, but there is no one to help
    them. Murders are planned and executed well. Full set combo. Loved a
    lot. Hero and heroine acting is fantastic and mind blowing … you will
    see the real love and affection on screen and feel the same. When ever
    they both appear its full of happiness, joy and love is filled. I would
    say a great love story is pictured.

  • ketan-33696January 29, 2017Reply

    Kaabil is Na-Kaabil

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  • Satvik MittalJanuary 29, 2017Reply

    What A Movie- Hrithik does a fantastic job

    Kaabil is rich with excellent performances from the entire cast.Hrithik
    steals the show with his stunning act and screen-presence.His
    transformation from an innocent lover to a revenge seeker will leave
    you spell-bound.The easiness with which Hrithik mimics Amitabh Bachchan
    is a joy to watch.Yami played her role effortlessly….Villains Ronit
    Roy and Rohit Roy,senior cop Narendra Jha too deserves a special
    mention.

    The story is simple that a blind man takes revenge but with a lot of
    twist and turns. Rohan, a proficient dubbing artiste and Supriya, a
    talented pianist–who despite their handicap have a positive
    disposition towards life. They fall in love and gets married but
    something tragic happens and their world is destroyed. That’s when
    Ronit Roy and corrupt police officers, played efficiently by Narendra
    Jha and Girish Kulkarni, drag their feet over the investigation.When
    the humiliation gets too much to bear, Supriya caves in, leaving Rohan
    with vendetta on his mind. Here, the film shifts gears and though you
    know what’s next, the cat and mouse game still gives you an adrenaline
    rush.

  • rajadassudiptaJanuary 30, 2017Reply

    Be ‘Kaabil’ enough to watch Kaabil

    Hrithik Roshan proved that if given a brilliant script that has a scope
    to perform, he will nail it and that’s what he has done with ‘Kaabil’.
    He played a role of a blind man with so much conviction that the
    character looks real. His helplessness of not being able to get justice
    on his wife’s murder is touching. Guess he gives his finest
    performances when he plays a physically challenged role. ‘Koi Mil Gaya’
    and ‘Guzaarish’ were exceptionally good.

    The very beautiful Yami Gautam just steals the show. Her chemistry with
    Hrithik is just like a steaming mug of coffee. From the beginning of
    the film, you will be in awe of their brewing love story. Narendra Jha
    and Girish Kulkarni are good as investigative tough cops. Suresh Menon
    is good in his small role.Special mentions to the villainous Roy
    brothers who will make you feel disgusted with their evil acts. The two
    are just a visual treat on screen. Kaabil’ is overwhelming, magical and
    a feel good film.

  • pramodranpariyaJanuary 30, 2017Reply

    Kaabil is world’s best movie

    Kaabil is blind love with touch feeling your heart and truly amazing.

    Fabulous Hrithik and Yami looks very beautiful and dance in a song.

    I am stunned of blind character of both of them, my heart says wow wow.

    Ultimate story, brilliant direction and splendid performance are the
    reasons to watch Kaabil in cinema.

    Seriously Kaabil is better than Raees because Raees is just for
    entertainment worth to watch a movie but Kaabil is unique and
    inspiration heart touching movie and I will watch again and again for
    only hrithik’s hard work.

    Thanks for making us believe that we all are Kaabil to face any
    situation in life.

    Hrithik came back very very long time KNPH and KMG, It remind Always
    lucky with ”K” of Rakesh Roshan’s film.

  • bhaskar-agnihotri-114-294004January 30, 2017Reply

    KAABIL…..Hrithik Roshan At Best…..

    Indian Cinema has witnessed a number of revenge action dramas over the
    years I believe the best film in this genre last seen was Amitabh
    Bachchan’s Double Role in Aakhri Rasta(1986) but there is only one film
    in this genre where the revenge taking protagonist being blind was Late
    Sanjeev Kumar in QATL(1986).Hrithik is no Sanjeev Kumar but he played
    the role brilliantly.What I felt the film lacked was pace in the
    screenplay.Yami Gautam was good in her role and had chemistry on screen
    with Hrithik.Sanjay Gupta who is known for making taut thrillers was in
    his element after a long time and his Direction was balanced.Initially
    I thought QATL(1986) was the inspiration behind Kaabil but I believe
    Blind Fury was the inspiration here.I just hope the Indian Film Makers
    at least try to bring in fresh Ideas and stories but Kaabil was a good
    film which brought out the best of Hrithik.

  • Deepak SwamiJanuary 30, 2017Reply

    An unusual thriller..in the history of Bollywood

    It starts with ”The Hritik” and ends within you.. I assure you’ll keep
    discussing it for days. Rohan a blind person played by Hritik has
    heightened senses (like all blinded person) and meets Supriya for
    marriage. He throws an unusually lovely proposal and you will get to
    know the completeness. Hritik takes you to the journey of a blind
    person’s mind and you will be simply blown away by each frame. Every
    frame has a detail and every Character has a significance. Rohit and
    Ronit played most wicked villain like one of the most cunning hunters
    given equal opportunity. You will be stunned by the hard work of all
    the characters, Yami, Hritik, Rohit and Ronit are four pillars of
    movie. There are some scene where Ronit poured his anger in his
    eyes…..that’s where I was mesmerized, couldn’t took off. This movie
    can be enjoyed in cinema only not on a small screen. Go for it, unless
    you want to revisit a usual gangster story.

  • arjun-87198January 30, 2017Reply

    Hrithik Roshan delivers his career best performance in an otherwise predictable film.

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  • sshogbenJanuary 30, 2017Reply

    Superlative Performances elevate this Simple Story to Something Sublime

    Verdict: an absolute ”Must See” for the sheer impact of Hrithik
    Roshan’s groundbreaking performance and an emotionally compelling
    story, very well told.

    The story IS very simple.

    A man, Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithik Roshan) and woman, Supriya Sharma (Yami
    Gautam) meet, fall in love, and marry. Each has been blind since birth.
    Despite this, each has been living and working independently – she as
    the pianist for a dance studio, he making good money as a professional
    dubbing artist for film and television. (Some of the most light-hearted
    moments in the movie are watching Mr Roshan physically manipulate his
    face, nose, and throat to produce the range of voices needed.) But
    Supriya gives up her job after marriage and stays home during the day
    while Rohan is away at the dubbing studio. Thus she is alone and
    without aid when a tragedy is perpetrated upon her by the local ‘bad
    apple’, Amit, and his lifelong party pal, Wasim. Amit, we discover, is
    the spoiled younger brother of a powerful politician who shamelessly
    ”owns” the police and pays them to cover up Amit’s misdeeds. Rohan &
    Supriya’s struggle to obtain justice despite corrupt cops and the even
    more corrupt politician thus forms the crux of what happens.

    What makes ”Kaabil” (English: ”capable”) so emotionally satisfying is
    how the characters and their journey are presented in such a natural
    way – despite being ‘differently abled’ – that the audience completely
    identify with each of the two AND their subsequent choices/actions from
    the very outset of the film: they feel like people we might know and
    care about in our own daily lives, so we invest our emotions in their
    fate.

    Hrithik Roshan …

    Mr Roshan has always been unique, even from his début film itself, in
    his unsurpassed ability to completely ‘invest’ in each character he
    portrays and make each performance distinct: each walks, talks, looks,
    and even moves differently from every other. Thus, the unprecedented
    range of characters he has successfully embodied on screen. This
    tremendous range has enabled Mr Roshan to shine where other actors fail
    in portraying roles where the character is ‘differently abled’: first
    in ”Koi … Mil Gaya” (2003) as a brain-damaged adult with the mind and
    innocence of a child, then later as a quadriplegic former magician, in
    ”Guzaarish” (2010). But with ”Kaabil”, Mr Roshan has outdone even
    himself.

    As Rohan Bhatnagar in ”Kaabil”, Hrithik Roshan is not here playing any
    kind of superhero nor saving the world, but just playing a simple
    ordinary guy – (well, as ‘ordinary’ as that impeccably perfect bone
    structure will allow, which actually becomes a quip in ”Kaabil”; the
    neighbourhood bad guy harasses Rohan with the nickname ”Handsome” to
    play on the character having never seen even his own face) – who just
    happens to be blind. And there are no acting ‘cheats’ here. No dark
    glasses to hide his eyes. No contact lenses to obscure his normal
    vision. Mr Roshan plays the blind Rohan completely eyes-wide-open –
    unfocused gaze, yes, but absolutely natural. The sheer subtlety and
    power of this portrayal! Never, at any point, do you not believe that
    Rohan Bhatnagar is completely blind. Mr Roshan establishes the
    ”capabilities” of the character so well from the git-go that by the
    time we get to the action sequences even those, too, seem completely
    reasonable and accepted.

    I understand, now, why critics and audiences have been lauding Mr
    Roshan’s ”Kaabil” performance as (yet another!) career best. I would
    not argue with those who have even hailed this as one of THE very
    finest acting performances in cinema, period.

    His female counterpart, petite beauty Yami Gautam as Supriya, meshes
    seamlessly. She will touch your heart! Do not be surprised if her
    ”Kaabil” performance propels this previously underrated actress
    straight to the ”A”-List of Hindi film actresses.

    Ronit Roy and his real-life brother Rohit Roy make the most of this
    opportunity to appear together on-screen for the first time, as the
    power-justifies-anything politician Madhavrao Shellar and his
    care-for-nothing younger brother Amit.

    Narendra Jha – (who, ironically, had just finished working with Mr
    Roshan in the epic ”Mohenjo Daro” (2016) as the madman Jakhiro, a role
    which could not have been more different from the quiet, reserved
    character here) – was especially effective in the grey character at the
    core of ”Kaabil”, a police Inspector teetering on the brink of the bad
    side.

    Kudos also to Suresh Menon, in a rare non- comic relief role very well
    played.

    A special shout-out to the technical departments which made ”Kaabil”
    possible: Resul Pookutty, whose brilliant sound design enabled our
    understanding of Rohan’s world; ace cinematographers Sudeep Chatterjee
    & Ayananka Bose, who showed us that world using low-light and other
    challenging conditions; Ahmed Khan, whose innovative choreography for
    ‘Mon Amour’ made us truly believe it was danced by sightless people,
    and should be up for National Award.

    Composer Rajesh Roshan’s album is his best since a while. I
    particularly like the title song ‘Kaabil Hoon’ that voices Rohan’s
    commitment to Supriya and the poignant ‘Kuch Din’ that allows him to
    recall their happiest moments. But even the remix of ‘Haseeno Ka
    Deewana’ (originally ‘Saara Zamaana’ from ”Yaarana” (1981)) worked well
    for ”Kaabil”, presenting the twisted worldview of the criminally
    self-centred Amit.

    Last but definitely not least: director Sanjay Gupta, whose ”Kaabil”
    far exceeds in quality any of his previous works.

    Final note: the general attributes of a blind character doing action in
    a film, by compensating with hearing and smell, may hearken all the way
    back to Japan’s ”Tale of Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman” (1962) and the
    wealth of later television and film projects which flowed therefrom.
    But Hrithik Roshan’s portrayal of blind Rohan Bhatnagar in India’s
    ”Kaabil” is completely unique not just in its visceral power but the
    emotional engagement he brings for the audience.

  • aroosanoor-22484January 30, 2017Reply

    Definitely Recommend

    Loved it! Extremely emotional and breathtaking movie, with great action
    scenes, songs and dialogues. I absolutely loved the cinematography,
    visuals and the story-line. It is much more than just the revenge
    concept i originally thought it had and has a very significant message
    for viewers. Parts of it actually had me in tears and the plot twists
    were cool too. Not to mention the foreshadowing was done to the right
    amount and had everything fall into its place correctly, so that was
    really satisfying. However, the reason i didn’t give it a full 10/10 is
    a very minor issue i had. I felt like into the first 30 minutes of the
    movie the love of the two main leads progressed really quickly, but i
    understand that they couldn’t have dragged the love story for a long
    time which would make it boring. But other than that it was an epic
    movie and i would highly recommend it to anyone.

  • mailtosrikanthJanuary 30, 2017Reply

    Kaabil – Hrithik’s Best

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  • Jay ParasharJanuary 30, 2017Reply

    A must watch for everyone .. !!

    First of all, Yes I am a Hrithik Roshan Fan but I would never say that
    Mohenjo-Daro was worth a watch so I am a fan but not a biased movie
    reviewer. Having said that let’s begin this spoiler free review.

    I went to see this movie with medium expectation and just to watch
    Hritik Roshan as i thought they revealed almost everything in promos
    itself but the movie has lot more than just a revenge drama where our
    blind hero is beating every villain like a Hit-man. People comparing
    that with dare devil, I laugh on them as i don’t know if they have even
    seen dare devil (The TV series) or not.

    Why to watch:

    1.) Excellent Acting of Hritik Rohan and Awesome chemistry with Yami.

    2.) A realistic revenge thriller. (Trust me, you will be on board with
    me once you watch it for yourself)

    3.) Connection with lead character will be through out the movie.

    4.) Predictable story but it has it’s moments and execution when viewer
    will go WOW.

    Why you can skip this:

    1.) Not a larger than life scale of this movie with pretty average
    music.

    2.) Predictable story. (Like every revenge saga)

    Overall: It’s not the best movie of all time but it’s definitely worth
    a watch and deserves to be a HIT, you will not be disappointed.

  • Deepak MehtaJanuary 31, 2017Reply

    Simple Story with Extraordinary and Breakthrough acting by Hrithik and Excellent climax. Nice Music and cinematography with magical voice of Zubin Nautiyal

    Kaabil is out of the league movie with nice script may be inspired by
    other movies but wonderfully plotted and directed. Great display of
    acting by Hritik.Yami was beautiful as always. Music is great and Fit.
    Story and script is great and great performances by Roy brothers. Glad
    to see Suresh Menon in a good role with light scenes. Over all a good
    emotional Movie. First half will make you feel too much of negativity
    around but the second half will make your day. Go for it. The depiction
    of the story is quite mature and the journey is quite natural yet
    ecstatically curious!!! And the acting skills of all the characters,
    the Protagonists and the Antagonists are per excellence! Overall, its a
    complete emotional entertainment! Kudos to all the casts, crew and
    everyone associated with the team Kaabil!

  • Abraham OommenJanuary 31, 2017Reply

    Kaabil – A revenge thriller!

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  • shubhamkhadangaleJanuary 31, 2017Reply

    Must Watch Movie !!

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  • palashmondal-54473January 31, 2017Reply

    better than raees really ….. you think after see KAABIL.

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  • Arth JoshiFebruary 1, 2017Reply

    aayega na..

    Kaabil

    Simple, crucial, clichéd but still entertaining. A blind man plots a
    revenge against the corrupts; sounds familiar but still won’t
    disappoint you. Good direction, good music and a twisted screenplay
    will make you root for the movie till the climax. Hrithik puts his
    heart in it; hats off performance by him. The movie is predictable,
    lacks some surprising elements and has some flaws but still gripping
    though. Kaabil is to the point with nothing irrelevant in it and is
    promisingly entertaining.

    Hrithik’s power packed performance after Agneepath; go for it..

  • ipac-72706February 2, 2017Reply

    Awfully horrible movie

    Really awful. Don’t waste your time. Even if they give you money to
    watch it you will regret and you will never get back those hours from
    your life. I could sit and do nothing and I would still be more happy
    than spend hours watching this ”thing”. I mean who wrote this? Do they
    have a mind? Really? And how could these actors (except rhitik) accept
    a role as an actor in such a ridiculous movie? Are you OK? Please tell
    me? Why did you do that to us? Why? The writer must be going through
    his own personal issues while writing this movie script. Seems like
    Rakesh Roshan was desperate to save his and his son’s career and the
    only option was to direct this hopeless movie with 80’s theme and
    trying to twist it with blind characters. Roshan’s are definitely next
    in line with the same fate as Deol’s.

  • rajesahilFebruary 3, 2017Reply

    Hrithik’s pursuit for perfection, a treat for everyone

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  • mukherjeediptenduFebruary 4, 2017Reply

    A very good lovely thrilling movie with very good acting….

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  • cshafkat-79041February 11, 2017Reply

    Brilliant revenge thriller

    I thought it would have no chance against Raees but to my surprise, it
    turned out to be far better than Raees. Although I’m an SRK fan, this
    movie is far better than Raees in every aspect.

    Firstly the story and screenplay keeps you engaged till the very end
    and not even for a single second was I able to take my eyes off the
    screen.

    The characters were very well written and there was no irrelevant or
    illogical scenes in this film. One can clearly tell that Sanjay Gupta
    put a lot of hard work and passion in this film. Whatever was promised
    before release is exactly what people will get from this movie once
    they watch it.

    The action scenes was totally different from the ones we see in a
    normal action film and this is one of the unique things about this
    movie.

    Coming to the performances, Hrithik Roshan’s performance in this film
    is undoubtedly his best performance after Koi…Mil Gaya. Yami Gautam
    was decent in her small role. Ronit Roy and Rohit Roy totally nailed it
    as the villains while Narendra Jha was also impressive as one of the 2
    crooked cops.

    The only thing that could have been done better was the length of the
    movie which could have been made shorter. The songs weren’t really
    needed to be added to the movie but it doesn’t really have a huge
    affect on the movie so it’s all good.

    Overall this is a very impressive and well made action film and it
    shows the truth about the law & order system in India and how money can
    buy almost everything. If you’re a fan of revenge thrillers, then
    Kaabil is a must watch for you.

  • hamaid-khanFebruary 13, 2017Reply

    Kaabil is a pretty good movie and it will not disappoint you.

    I was keen to watch Kaabil before Raees because I knew Raees is going
    to be an old drama in a new style with new characters. Kaabil is a
    beautiful movie which will keep you engage till the end and the best
    part is the acting of all the lead actors specially Hrithik.

    kaabil started slowly and developed a romantic theme between the lead
    pairs and pick up the pace thereon. Songs were good and were only there
    in the first half and that was the good thing as its absence in second
    half kept the movie interesting. I gave 7 star because some of the
    revenge scenes seems to me unsatisfactory raising many questions about
    the execution and the different possibilities. Anyway, people can have
    different perceptions so is the director. Apart from that, movie was
    fantastic, entertaining and I think I made the right decision watching
    it before Raees.

  • sunnybagdeFebruary 15, 2017Reply

    Mindlower Classic

    The film is about a blind man who takes revenge from people who are
    powerful than him socially as well as physically.

    The emotional parts will make you cry and the action scenes will make
    you go crazy!!!!

    The film is also a thriller as in each scene you wouldn’t be able to
    imagine what will happen next but be eagerly waiting for that.

    At last, I would like to conclude that even if this film feels boring
    to you, the mind-blowing acting done by the co-stars will bind you to
    watch the film.

    If you don’t watch this you have watched nothing.

  • ridinbalFebruary 15, 2017Reply

    Overall execution helped in making this movie excellent revenge drama

    ”Overall execution helped in making this movie excellent revenge drama”
    My rating- 4.3/5

    Positives- 1.)Direction (4.3/5) , Script(4.5/5) and story (4/5)- Sanjay
    gupta (director) suceeded in making this movie interesting without
    boring audience. Even though it had an old revenge idea theme ,makers
    managed to add interesting elements into it. Script was superb and i
    really liked it. Story looked old if one checks its theme but execution
    was outstanding and it succeeded in providing thrill.

    2.) Hrithik roshan (4.8/5), Yami gautham (4.3/5) and Ronith (4.5/5)-
    Hrithik succeeded in acting like blind man and it really looked
    realistic. He was able to provide seriousness and all emotions at right
    place. Yami also done her part well as blind lady. Ronit was
    outstanding as villain and he was able to bring all those villianish
    mannersims in his role.

    3.)Bg score- Bg score succeeded in providing thrill at thrilling
    scenes.

    4.)Succeeded in providing Thrill (4.3/5) 5.)Succeeded in providing
    Emotional scenes (3.3/5) 6.)Action scenes (3.7/5) Negatives- 1.)Songs-
    Songs looked outdated (1.4/5) Overall- It was an amazing movie and i
    never expected this much from this team because after seeing trailer i
    lost all my hopes. The makers succeeded in their parts as well as
    actors. I recommend everyone to watch it in theatres to get the right
    experience.

    My rating- (4.3/5)

  • pragnanFebruary 16, 2017Reply

    Potential Time-waster

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  • wikivickyFebruary 19, 2017Reply

    Kaabil Full Movie Review

    When they get hitched, visually-impaired couple Rohan Bhatnagar
    (Hrithik) and Supriya Sharma (Yami) light up each other’s lives.
    Unfortunately their dark world goes topsy-turvy when Supriya is raped
    and Rohan finds the policemen playing blind man’s bluff. Leaving him
    with no choice, but to take the law into his own hands.

  • Ess Ayy EmmFebruary 23, 2017Reply

    Pretty ordinary

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  • Jatin GanhotraFebruary 26, 2017Reply

    Boring with a few good moments here and there

    I just don’t understand why the main protagonist has to be the
    super-hero and win against all odds.

    I understand the logic behind some things showed in the movie, but
    majority of them just don’t fit right with logic.

    Why do you need this alluring idea to the audience that the leading
    actor is always going to fix things as he sees fit.

    A better movie in my opinion would be to show a different side to the
    lives of blind people and how society & everyone should come together
    to help them in need.

    Showing a one-man-army facade, which will never be true in real life is
    just typical Bollywood stuff. The audience is maturing and so the films
    and film-makers need to mature too.

  • Raza Shaikh ([email protected])March 3, 2017Reply

    Awesome movie…probably the best of Hrithik Roshan’s career

    I went to see this movie because of a personal crush on Yami Gautam..
    but I have to say Hritihik Roshan really stole the show…Yami Gautam
    did really well too. This movie in terms of acting is probably one of
    the best of Hrithik Roshan’s career even better than Kaho naa pyar hai
    or even Krishh. The way in which the role of Rohan Bhatnagar is
    portrayed is a genuine kind hearted blind man turned into a revenge
    seeking husband.. Hrithik Roshan has put so much depth and emotion into
    his acting that I’m absolutely amazed..Yami Gautam looks beautiful in
    her genuine role as a blind girl which she too has played brilliantly..
    bottom line Kaabil will not disappoint give it a chance.

  • iRayMarch 9, 2017Reply

    Get lost in the world of Rohan Bhatnagar.

    Kaabil is the story of Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithik Roshan) and his quest
    to enjoy every moment of life despite being blind since birth,he meets
    Supriya (Yami Gautam) who like him is blind as well. Supriya at first
    doesn’t share the same enthusiasm towards life that Rohan has,but his
    positive attitude rubs on her and love blossoms between the two.

    As the two get married and start dreaming of building a beautiful life
    together,Supriya and Rohan go through a heart- wrenching ordeal that
    shatters their lives. This sends Rohan on a path of vengeance,grief
    stricken and heart broken… he seeks nothing more than exacting
    revenge on those responsible of doing him wrong and how he exacts his
    revenge despite bring unable to see forms the rest of the story.

    Kaabil more than just a film is a celebration of human spirit that
    makes us all capable of crossing barriers of what we can do,when we are
    determined.

    This is where Hrithik shines,from the very first scene he is
    introduced;he builds his character and hence the world around him so
    brilliantly that you get sucked into the world of Rohan and his
    intensity,innocence and vulnerabilities form such a bond with us,the
    viewer that we start feeling every damn emotion he goes through, we
    start rooting for him so strongly that we want him to succeed come what
    may, when he decides to exact revenge. The rest of the cast is in top
    form as well,Yami’s earnest performance touches your heart,while the
    Roy brothers Rohit and Ronit make your blood boil every time they come
    on screen.

    Sanjay Gupta as a director has handled such a sensitive subject
    brilliantly,the pacing of the film is just right so it makes you feel
    the emotions in the 1st half and then takes you on a thrilling tense
    ride in the 2nd half with a gratifying payoff in the end.

    Kaabil won’t be the film it is without it’s powerful dialogues,Sanjay
    Masoom has written dialogues that have tremendous impact yet they don’t
    get over the top or get unrealistic at any point.

    Music by the legendary Rajesh Roshan is a big USP of Kaabil,the music
    is refreshing and easy on the ears and songs like Kaabil Hoon,Kuch Din
    and Mon Amour add tremendous repeat value to the film.

    On the whole Kaabil is brilliant and Bollywood fans can be proud of
    such a gem of a film,Hrithik has arguably delivered the best
    performance of his career so far,so trust me when I say this,this one
    is surely not one to be missed.

  • trying_2b_honestMarch 29, 2017Reply

    Hrithik’s Astounding Act Helps this Taut Thriller Transcend Genre; Yami Surprises

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  • DhruvMarch 31, 2017Reply

    Kaabil standout as a better thriller than we usually get from Bollywood.

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  • Dhairya BapodraApril 3, 2017Reply

    I hardly bother to write detail reviews.

    This is the film that is made by a KABIL team. All of them were Kabil
    enough to serve masterpiece. Hritik and Yami’s best performance till
    date. Roy-Brothers handled it really well on their front as well.
    Actors are the 70% pull force of the film and remaining 30 percent on
    technicality is matching it.

    I don’t know why this kind of movies are not appreciated
    internationally?

    This is film that will make you feel the hard work of team of this
    film.

  • nama chakravortyApril 9, 2017Reply

    Hrithik Is Remarkable In This Nicely Done Vendetta Fare…

    Hrithik Roshan’s Remarkable Talent as an Actor comes with force with
    ‘Kaabil’. The Star/Actor is back in top-form & portrays the part of a
    blind man engulfed in Fury, with genuine feeling & intensity. Director
    Sanjay Gupta presents its main-attraction superbly & delivers an
    engrossing vendetta fare!

    ‘Kaabil’ Synopis: A Blind Man (Hrithik) avenges the death of his Blind
    Wife, after she is raped by 2 violent thugs, who are backed by the
    support of a Local Collector & Corrupt Policemen.

    ‘Kaabil’ could’ve been the usual routine revenge, but Vijay Kumar
    Mishra’s Screenplay gives it an interesting twist, by making its
    protagonist blind. The journey of the protagonist from a simple, loving
    husband to a man who unleashes hell upon those who took away his wife
    from him, is indeed engrossing. ‘Kaabil’ works best in its second-hour,
    when the protagonist terminates his enemies one by one. Also, the
    Screenplay doesn’t come across as escapist, the revenge of the visually
    impaired protagonist, is cleverly written, & most importantly, looks
    believable. That being said, the Writing in the first-hour, when the
    love-story in in focus, is slightly loose.

    Sanjay Gupta’s Direction is impressive. ‘Kaabil’ is without a doubt,
    his finest film to date. Cinematography is very good. Editing is sharp,
    especially in the second-hour. Rajesh Roshan’s Score is melodious.
    Salim-Sulaiman’s Background Score is perfect. Art & Costume Design are
    decent. Action-Sequences are neat.

    Performance-Wise: Hrithik is a true scene-stealer. He’s remarkable
    here, delivering a performance driven by pure zeal. He makes u care, he
    makes u feel the pain he groes through & you applaud each time he
    fights the baddies. Definitely, amongst his best performances to date.
    Yami Gautam has lovely screen presence & delivers a restrained act.
    Ronit Roy is electrifying as the chief villain. His confrontations with
    Hrithik, stand out! Rohit Roy is menacing, while Sahidur Rahman leaves
    an impression. Narendra Jha is first-rate as the tough cop. Girish
    Kulkarni is alright. Suresh Menon is wonderful.

    On the whole, ‘Kaabil’ is worth a watch, with a fully committed
    performance by Hrithik.

  • Yaseen SYApril 9, 2017Reply

    Hrithik Saves the movie From Boredom

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  • mannprajapatiApril 16, 2017Reply

    Just go for it…Hrithik’s best performance till date

    One of the finest films of 2017..! Story, performance, editing in short
    every aspect of the film is just outstanding..! Hrithik steals the show
    with his outstanding action sequences…!Story is gripping till the
    end..Superbly written and executed..! Just go for it without any
    hesitation..!

  • AnishMisraApril 19, 2017Reply

    Kaabil Review

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  • Suman ShakyaMay 1, 2017Reply

    Hrithik Roshan Back in Form….

    For quite a time Hrithik Roshan had been out of the screen, except a
    cold presence in ”Mohenjodaro.” But with ”Kaabil,” I think he is back
    with his revered performance he had delivered in ”Koi Mil Gaya,”
    ”Krish,” or ”Jodha Akbar.” In this film he has acted a man blind by
    birth. His jovial moods, tragedy struck grievance, vengeance all have a
    right touch. The first half with his lust for life with his wife and
    sporadic flashbacks are worth appraising. The second half appears
    tactful where a blind takes a revenge where he is two steps ahead the
    police or the villains. It tries to become intriguing but still I
    preferred the first half where it’s spread with the wonders. The
    revenge sequences are I don’t know a bit like ”Appu Raja” and the
    villains aren’t pretty novel ideas and have a jaded looks of ”Dabanng”
    or ”Boss.” Overall, Hrithik Roshan makes ”Kaabil” worth your time and
    money, Rating: 2.5 stars out of 4

  • jay-673-31385May 7, 2017Reply

    A very good movie that ends perfectly.

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  • AzanspyMay 23, 2017Reply

    A good thriller.

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