Production: Shri Asthavinayak Cine Vision
Starring: Sanjay Dutt, Imran Khan, Shruthi Haasan, Mithun Chakraborty, Danny, Ravi Kissan and Chitrashi Rawat
Director: Soham Shah
Wanna know the best and worst bet in the world? Risk your lives and survive if you’ve got ‘Luck‘. Loosen your seat belts for the hardest bets and see whether ‘Luck’ lays its hand on you. Director Soham Shah strives presenting you the trenchant piece of flick that will leave you enthralled right throughout the flick. So, if you’re so curious to know about Shruthi Haasan‘s performance, mark our verdicts! The girl is awesome with her sleek and stylish performance, especially on stunt sequences.
The film’s opening scene itself establishes how the entire film is gonna be.
Musa (Sanjay Dutt) who loves a different kind of betting; human betting where one has to cross the toughest hurdles of life and survive Musa’s trusted man Tamang (Danny) gathers few participants who’re ready for anything ‘Do or Die’ for the wholesome money. Winning doesn’t depend on their potentials, but pure LUCK.
Ram (Imran), a great executive in leading company has to raise grand sum money to payback for his dad who has been framed for big scam issue. On the pars, there’s Ayesha (Shruthi Haasan) ready for any risks, Retd Colonel Singh (Mithun) who’s ready to strike any nightmarish experiences merely to raise fund for his wife’s operation. Well, there’s yet another girl (Chitrashi), a racer from Pakistan whose dreams to buy an expensive car Lexus. More than all, there’s a serial killer Raghav (Ravi Kissan) with the notions of fetching more money.
Imran Khan delivers a spellbinding performance on stunts and he seems to have sharpened his skills after terrifying flop of ‘Kidnap’. Sanjay Dutt leaves the stones unturned. Mithun Chakraborthy isn’t far behind in racing for best performance. Ravi Kissan and Chitrashi Rawat deliver over-the-performance.
Musical score by Salim Sulaiman is hard-hitting and so does the hi-defined cinematography and editing.
On the whole, ‘Luck’ shouldn’t be missed at any cost. Spare few drawbacks of romance quotients and dragging penultimate sequences that aren’t too straining to resist.
But it’s a real ‘Luck’ for Bollywood buffs who had no big enthralling-edge seated thrillers post-Dhoom series.