Chakravyuh Movie Review: Story, Cast, Release date
Star Cast: Abhay Deol (Kabir), Arjun Rampal (Adil Khan), Om Puri (Govind Suryavanshi), Esha Gupta (Rhea Menon), Manoj Bajpayee (Rajan), Anjali Patil (Juhi) and Kabir Bedi
Director: Prakash Jha
Producer: Prakash Jha
Release date: 24 October 2012.
The much anticipated movie, Prakash Jha directorial "Chakravyuh" starring Arjun Rampal and Abhay Deol in lead roles is all set to release tomorrow on 24 October 2012.
Story and Review
Chakravyuh is a story of two friends Adil Khan (Arjun Rampal) and Kabir (Abhay Deol), who are on opposite sides of the conflict with one fighting on behalf of the Naxalities and the other fighting against them.
Adil Khan (Arjun Rampal) is the strong, patriotic and idealistic head police force, honest to his duty, but the things changed when a group of activists called the Naxalites murdered ruthlessly a group of police squad. Adil then sends his best friend Kabir in a job to infiltrate the group from inside to destroy them. Kabir does the same but during this coarse he finds that the Naxalites are fighting for a true cause and starts developing sympathy for them and finally shifts his side and starts working for them instead of Adil Khan.
Then starts the real conflict between the two best friends that leads to blood bath and ends in bloodshed. Both the actors are absolutely real and have justified their roles brilliantly.
Both the heroes are backed by the 2 ladies, Esha Gupta and Anjali Patil, where Esha plays the role of a police officer Rhea Menon and Anjali Patil as Juhi is a Nexalite and will really impress you with her impressive and real acting.
The cast also includes the all time favorite biggies of reality based films Manoj Bajpai as Rajan and Om Puri as Govind Suryavanshi, both playing Nexalite and has done excellent job with their roles as ever. So, basically Chakravyuh is the story of six extraordinary characters, each with an all-consuming dream.. A promise.. A promise they will uphold above everything else.
Director Prakash Jha has once again come out with a sensitive issue on screen and has succeeded again brilliantly. So, if you are really looking to watch out for some intense drama, then Chakravyuh is the movie for you. Watch out Chakravyuh for some great story, direction and performances.
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