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Jai Gangaajal
Director: Prakash Jha
Cast: Priyanka Chopra, Manav Kaul
This time, Jha revives his 2003 hit crime-and-corruption thriller in the Bankipur district of Madhya Pradesh. And, Chopra steps into the shoes of Ajav Devgn as the clean cop, SP Abha Mathur. She takes on the district’s ruthless politician Babloo Pandey (Kaul), and his younger brother. Mathur finds support in the rogue cop Bhola Nath Singh, wonderfully essayed by Jha, which happens to be his acting debut. The same cannot be said about Quantico star’s performance though. Chopra tries too hard to come across as a tough cop. The narrative is haphazard too!
It’s an average film. — TI

London has fallen
Director: Babak Najafi
Cast: Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman,
A sequel to the Olympus has Fallen, where US President Benjamin Asher was held hostage, this one follows the mysterious death of the British PM. Therefore the life of the US President is naturally under threat. And the man to prevent this from happening is US Secret Service Agent Mike Banning (Butler). The story, like several others, is riddled with clichéd twists and turns. The direction is sloppy, and the actors don’t really get the chance to deliver. — TI

13 Hours:The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
Director: Michael Bay
Cast: John Krasinski,
James Badge Dale
Michael Bay’s new movie finds
him trying something different
from battling robots (read: Transformers). The movie is a gripping celebration of the six brave American security operators on the ground on September 11, 2012, when an attack by Islamic militants ended four American lives in Benghazi, Libya. Krasinski as Jack Silva and Dale as Rone Woods bring a distinct human touch to the roles of former Navy SEALs. It’s a must-watch if you
enjoy action flicks.
— Team Indulge

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