In Car Review & Ratings | Hit Or Flop?

In Car Review: If an actor and actress impresses audience with their performance in the debut movies, audience will definitely expect the same from their next releases. Ritika Singh, who won the national award for her performance in her debut movie “Irudhi Suttru/Salaa Khadoos,” later appeared in few Telugu and Tamil movies that didn’t work well at the box office.

She was last seen on screen in the movie “Oh My Kadavule” that released in 2020 and was seen in one of the stories from “Story of Things” series recently. After almost 3 years of gap, she has now come up with the movie “In Car” that is releasing in multiple languages. Let us get into the detailed review of this movie to know, if she is able to impress the audience to score a commercial hit this time.

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A young women Sakshi gets abducted by a gang of men. They start torturing her in the car through out the journey and also plans to rape her by moving to an isolated location. Sakshi tries her best to run away from them. Did Sakshi manage to escape from the gang, what was the reason behind her abduction and many other questions will be answered if you watch the movie completely.

Cast & Crew

In Car movie stars Ritika Singh in the lead role, while actors Sandeep Goyat, Manish Jhanjholia, Gyan Prakash did another prominent roles in the movie.

In Car movie is written and directed by Harsh Warrdhan. This movie is produced by Anjum Qureshi, Sajid Qureshi under Inbox pictures banner. Music of this movie is composed by Mathias Duplessy and cinematography is handled by Mithun Gangopadhyay. Editing of this movie is taken care by Manik Diwar.

Movie NameIn Car
DirectorHarsh Warrdhan
Music DirectorMathias Duplessy
ProducerAnjum Qureshi, Sajid Qureshi
GenreSurvival, Thriller
CastRitika Singh, Sandeep Goyat, Manish Jhanjholia, Gyan Prakash and others
Cinematography Mithun Gangopadhyay


In Indian movies we have rarely seen survival thriller movies. It is good to see that Indian film makers are now trying to make new genre films and “In Car” is one such interesting survival thriller. Without taking much time, movie kick starts with the abduction of the main character. Starting scenes will definitely create some interest and tension among the audience.

Movie has some good scenes that will make us feel for the lead role and her condition, but at the same time, we also feel that movie missed some logics behind to move the story forward. Interval scene will create some impact, but that doesn’t remain for long as later half of the movie makes us feel bored with the scenes that we have watched in few movies earlier and movie ends with a good message.

While it comes to acting performances, actress Ritika Singh once again gave her best for the role of Sakshi. She understood the role very well and perfectly balanced the emotions on screen, but she could have been better in few emotional scenes. Sandeep Goyat, Manish Jhanjholia, Gyan Prakash and all other actors did their part well as required for the characters.

Technically In Car movie looks okay. Background music composed by Mathias Duplessy is apt for the scenes and also created some impact during the interval portions. Cinematography by Mithun Gangopadhyay should be appreciated for his efforts, as most of the movie is shot inside a car. Editing by Manik Diwar is crisp. Production values are okay.

Director Harsh Warrdhan tried to provide us a unique survival thriller and he succeeded in making up to some extent. But this movie may not be appealing for all section of audience and we need to wait for the response of audience for this weekend to decide the final result.

Overall, In Car is a thought provoking reality based survival thriller that can be watched for the efforts of movie team and an appreciable performance by Ritika Singh.

Plus Points:

  • Ritika Singh
  • Cinematography

Minus Points:

  • Repetitive scenes
  • Dragged scenes

Rating: 2.75/5

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Bhargav Reddy

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