Ram Setu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Ram Setu Movie Review: Back then Akshay Kumar created a record at the Box Office of 1000 crores with his films and those films were content based too, However, for the past 3 years he is been doing remakes and none of the films fared well and after a long gap he is back with straight Hindi film called ‘Ram Setu’, one of the most hyped films since the announcement as the film revolves around the pillar of India’s heritage Ram Setu.

Ram Setu Movie Review

and a lot of people have been waiting to see what the film gonna say, and the day has come the film has released today on the occasion of Diwali October 25, 2022, well let’s dive into the in-depth review and find out whether the film is worth watching or not.

Table of Contents

Story

Ram Setu’s story narrates where the Indian Government has asked for permission from Supreme Court to demolish Ram Setu but An atheist archaeologist (Akshay Kumar) turned believer must race against time to prove the true existence of the legendary Ram Setu before evil forces destroy the pillar of India’s heritage, Finally, will 7000 years history was found in Ram Setu? form the rest of the story.

Cast & Crew

Akshay Kumar, Satya Dev, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nushrratt Bharuccha, Nasser, Pravessh Rana, and Jeniffer Piccinato, the film is directed by Abhishek Sharma, while the cinematography has done by Aseem Mishra, Music has composed by Ajay-Atul, Vikram Montrose, Ved Sharma, Dr. Zeus and the film Produced by Aruna Bhatia, Vikram Malhotra, Subaskaran, Mahaveer Jain, Aashish Singh, and Prime Video.

Movie Name Ram Setu
Director Abhishek Sharma
Music Director Ajay-Atul, Vikram Montrose, Ved Sharma, Dr. Zeus
Producer Aruna Bhatia, Vikram Malhotra, Subaskaran, Mahaveer Jain, Aashish Singh, and Prime Video
Genre Action Adventure
Cast Akshay Kumar, Satya Dev, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nushrratt Bharuccha, Nasser, Pravessh Rana, and Jeniffer Piccinato
Cinematography Aseem Mishra

Movie Verdict

At present, the directors are basking in hits by writing stories based on Indian history and Indian culture, and Indian Gods, for example, Karthikeya 2 being a regional film it has got global recognization, and recent Kannada sensation Kantara, all these films have rooted Indian culture and that’s what audience loved it and coming to Ram Setu, Ram Setu has completely different world altogether the film has made with more commercialize that might go wrong in the coming days, let’s see how the audience will receive.

Ram Setu has all the elements that hooked the audience but the film lacks emotion for sure Ram Setu is an action-adventure with a strong serving of twists and turns, and Ram Setu promises to keep the viewer engaged and entertained partly.

Akshay Kumar has done a good job as this role is far better than his previous ones and Satya Dev made his Bollywood debut with this film though he doesn’t have much screens presence, but he shines in his role, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nushrratt Bharuccha has no scope to perform and Nassar did his best and rest of the cast did well.

Abhishek Sharma made a few films but Paramanu was the big breakthrough and after that, this film Ram Setu is the big film, he made the film so well the concept he chose is quite innovative but he failed in bringing the core emotion, if that worked and the film would be a massive blockbuster, still he succeeded in engaging the audience partly.

Technically, Ram Setu is partly good, pre-climax VFX was horrible, and Aseem Mishra’s cinematography was good, many music directors have worked for the film and none of the songs were registered and BGM also could have been better and the rest of the technical team did well.

Overall, Keeping aside the flaws Ram Setu is a decent action adventure to watch.

Plus Points:

Concept

Few Scenes

Minus Points:

Story

VFX

Music

Rating: 2.75/5

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