#andhadhun is a blinder of a movie that takes Bollywood’s recent golden run – after Stree, Manmarziyan and Manto – to a whole new level.
The plot is a mix of decadence, deception and destiny – held together by Sriram Raghavan’s relish for humor that’s quirky and dark in equal parts. Anshuman Khurrana is the best we have seen him so far, but is he really blind?
No such dilemmas Dkoding Radhika Apte’s act, which is flawless, once again. And Tabu? Well, hers is a truly a virtuoso show that will linger in our minds long after the movie has left.
From devious desires to the poignancy of nostalgia to heart-in-your-mouth suspense sequences to great music and cinematography (both of which add to the narrative), this is a movie that has you on the edge of your seat most of the time.
Which is why you are perfectly willing to turn a blind eye to its little flaws, like predictability in a few places. And stay wide-eyed-awake, throughout the crazy ride.