‘Anek’ Review: Ayushmann Khurrana showed strong action in the film, got praise for acting

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Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana is known as one of the finest actors in the industry. The special thing is that the actor tries to do something new in each of his films. The actor is once again enthralled with his different and new character. Let us tell you that he is in discussion about his most awaited action film ‘Anek’. The film has been released in theaters on Friday, which is being reviewed.

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“Jeetega Kaun? Hindustan”. Looking at the sensitive issue of Northeast representation in Indian society comes a film in which a secret police officer tries to ‘peace’ with seven sisters instead of building a ‘peace deal’. The action thriller attempts to ask tough questions like protecting India equals protecting an Indian? Does every citizen of North East region have to win gold medal to prove himself as an Indian?

It was seen in the film that ‘maintaining violence is easier than maintaining peace’. It is also true that war is a business in which the guarantee of profit is conditional. What is kept in peace, if everything goes well then neither the governments will have work nor the arms sellers will have business.

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Let us tell you that ‘Anek’ is not something that the Hindi film industry has not seen in a long time. It is a brilliant idea that explores the angst of North-East Indians by shedding light on nefarious insurgent and extremist groups who molest innocent civilians to achieve their personal agenda. However, the shine falls a bit short when it comes to the execution of the plot on the silver screen. Ayushmann Khurrana’s acting in the film is being liked a lot.

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Ayushmann Khurrana: ‘The power to unite India in sports and cinema’

Earlier talking about how sports and cinema have the power to unite India, Ayushmann said, “I have always believed that sports and cinema have the power to unite India. They transcend identity and that Time creates a sense of togetherness. I have seen from close quarters how sport brings people together in celebration and I have also seen how cinema can unite audiences.”

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Recently the actor told that, “When you go to watch a game, you are united in the spirit of cheering and praying for India to win at the highest level. When you go to watch movies, you do not care who is sitting next to you, but what you care about is the experience you are about to have in a theater full of strangers who have come to share a shared exhilarating experience through movies. That’s it.”

This film is a socio-political thriller. After “Article 15”, the actor is again seen in a serious character. Ayushmann and Anubhav Sinha are working in ‘Anek’ for the second time after ‘Article 15’.

final thoughts on the film

Anek is a sincere attempt to highlight a major social issue that needs to be addressed. It has the potential to start important conversations around a sensitive issue that many citizens are focused on. Emotions are aroused, and hearts race, however, the convoluted plot and slow pace of the film diminish the final impression. But “Jeetega Kaun? Hindustan”.

Rating: 3/5

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