Darbar movie starring Rajinikanth, Nayanthara, Nivetha Thomas, and Sunil Shetty, has impressed Telugu and Hindi moviegoers, and Darbar Movie Review and Rating received a positive talk from the public. Darbar is an action thriller film and AR Murugadoss has penned the script and dialogues for it. The film has been produced by Allirajah Subaskaran under the banner of Lyca Productions and has received a U/A certificate from the censor board. Its runtime is 2.39 hours.
Darbar Movie Story:
Darbar Story about Aaditya Arunachalam (Rajnikanth) the Mumbai commissioner loses his daughter Valli (Nivetha Thomas) after his conflict with Don hari Chopra (Suniel Shetty) whose son Ajay Malhotra (Prateik Babbar) he had killed, takes revenge. Now Aaditya goes on a gangster killing rampage and was Aaditya able to reach hari Chopra and eliminate him completely is what darbar is all about.
Darbar Movie Cast Performances:
Rajinikanth has given one of his best over-the-top performances and proved again that he is an incomparable star that India has been gifted with. Nayantara knows her pace and place very well and works to a T. Suneil Shetty, Prateek Babbar and Nivetha Thomas have done justice to their roles and are assets of the film. Yogi Babu provides comic relief, said the audiences.
Darbar Movie Review:
Police stories have been told dime a dozen in Indian Cinema and Darbar is a new addition to the list. Like previous cop movies, this one offers nothing new with a dated plot that is formulaic and flippant with its dealing of serious issues. But with Rajinikanth playing the cop, AR Murgadoss has the liberty of bamboozling the viewer with an indulgent screenplay helped by his definitive mass appeal. The first half is a typical masala with routine stuff. It’s in the second half that the movie gets going with some intensity and drama, say the audience.
Darbar Movie Verdict:
Entertainment style mass emotions Everything worked very well. Pakka commercial entertainer from Superstar Rajinikanth Screenplay is racy and no dull moments. #Darbar will be a festive treat for the audience.