Priyadarshan’s Tezz (2011) Movie Review


Cast: Anil Kapoor, Ajay Devgan, Kangna Ranaut, Boman Irani, Zayed Khan, Mohanlal, Sameera Reddy
Director: Priyadarshan
BGM: Sandeep Chowta
Music: Sajid Wajid
Censor Certificate: U/A
Reels: 7
Watched Special Screening, Hyderabad

After entertaining people with comedy capers like “Hera Pheri” and “Bhool Bhulaiya”, filmmaker Priyadarshan is set to regale audiences with some high octane stunts in his forthcoming multi-starrer “Tezz”. Tezz is a action packed thriller very true to its title (Speed) filled with action sequences, Fights, Chase sequences and a tale of the bomb. Akash (Ajay Devgn) who is an engineer but an illegal immigrant in London. Finding himself on the wrong side of the law, he is taken to task. But he decides to take revenge along with his accomplices Adil (Zayed Khan) and Megha (Sameera Reddy) by planting a bomb on a train and Retired Terrorism officer Arjun (Anil Kapoor) and Shivan Menon (Mohan Lal) try to save the passengers. Akash asks ransom of 10 Million Euros to save the 500 passengers in train. WIll government allot the ransom? Does Mohan lal and Anil Kapoor save the passengers? Will Akash succeed in his plan? Forms the rest of the story. Except exostic locations and chase sequences, nothing new in the movie to thrill the audience. The story of Tezz a closer remake of The Bullet Train (Japanese), and that was the initial title of the film – which was also the “inspiration” behind speed. Even some scenes remind us of Unstoppable (2010) Movie. Screenplay is abating. The characters were in relation but the emotional feel was nissing. Even Many unanswered questions like, why did Aadil and Megha go to such a limit to help Akash? Why is Akash behind the ransom than leaving London with his family? Even though Tezz includes BIG starcast Ajay Devgn, Mohan Lal, Anil Kapoor, Kangana, Boman, Sameera, Zayed and cute Avika Gor. But no one justified with their character to take the best from them. Dialogues were missing the impact. Priyadarshan’s direction has disappointed with his work. The movie goes on troubling the audiences right from the frame one. Music by Sajid Wajid and BGm by Sandeep Chowta were OK. Cinematography is fine. Editing and Visual Effects could have been better. On the whole, Tezz is a boring film with regular script and Predictable thrills. You can safely avoid it in theaters.

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