Vivek Oberoi Wholly Off-Beat -Movie Review
The Big Name PM Narendra Modi Movie Review: Vivek Oberoi Wholly Off-Beat
PM Narendra Story: Chaiwala, sanyasi, RSS pracharak, deshbhakt… the film chronicles PM life and events leading up to his swearing-in ceremony as the Prime Minister of India in 2014. Vivek Anand Oberoi essays the role of PM.
PM Narendra Movie Review: A balanced biopic will engage you, irrespective of your personal views, whereas a story that worships the protagonist and whitewashes controversies is something that you will lap up if you are a believer, and dismiss if you aren’t. This one falls in the latter category.
The much-awaited movie of 2019 PM Narendra Modi finally hit the theatres. The Biopic created huge controversies among opposition political parties. They wanted movie should not be released as it might influence the voters during elections.
This movie will show how Chaay wala become a powerful leader in India Today. This will talk about all PM’s journey.
The star cast as Vivek Oberoi as Narendra Modi, Omung Kumar director, Boman Irani as Ratan Tata, Manoj Joshi as Amit Shah, and more. This movie show Narendra Modi courage, hard times, wisdom, patience, and used political strategies that might influence you to respect Narendra Modi more.
Undoubtedly, Narendra Modi shows in the 2019 election why he is best even after demonetization. Modi is Face of BJP who will make sure India Will enjoy the biggest transformation in upcoming years.
This movie is amazing and must watch for everyone. The story was powerful and yet enough to impress the audience, but Vivek Oberoi looked off-beat in the entire movie. He didn’t add worth to role. He didn’t put his heart to enact As Narendra Modi who took whole India in his shoulders.
Though the release of this film was held back by the Election Commission till the elections were over, the timing is still apt since it coincides with a thumping victory for the PM. However, that may be the only saving grace. You can overlook the tone of excessive reverence, as long as you unearth some unknown facets of his personality and life beyond what’s already documented. However, that’s not the case here, as it was in ‘Thackeray’ (starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui), which was relatively nuanced and objective.
Barring the mother-son bond that’s beautifully portrayed by Zarina Wahab and Vivek, nothing really tugs at your heartstrings. A little more emphasis on the chapter that recounts self-discovery would have added substance to the storyline.
Be it the Gujarat riots or other controversies that are conveniently blamed on a third party and the fourth pillar (‘corrupt conniving businessman and bikau journalists’), the story reiterates what has already been told and barely scratches the surface. This leaves no room for counterargument, dialogue or debate, which, ideally a film of this nature should encourage. What you get instead is a one-sided costume drama that comes closer to propaganda than to a biography. Even the background score is embarrassingly manipulative.
Vivek has always been a promising actor and he doesn’t simply mimic, which works. He gets the mannerisms, accent and tone right and thankfully doesn’t overdo it.
Whether you believe or don’t believe in the political philosophy of Narendra is secondary, as a film, this one is too lopsided for you to appreciate. It leaves a lot unanswered. While it firmly believes ‘ek insaan nahi, soch hai’, we wish the script was as thoughtful
We can say that Vivek Oberoi come back is not so good. When you watch the movie you might think Modi is better than Vivek especially during their debates, speeches, represent his country. Narendra Modi Look into People’s eyes when speaks that’s why he wins the country second time with high numbers of votes.
Vivek Oberoi fades the entire character of Modi Ji. He is playing a character who got fame all over the world as for courage, truth, and a powerful leader who doing his well in transforming India by Started Make in India Campaign. The charter needs to strong and energetic as like Narendra Modi.
The biggest pitfall of Narendra Modi Movie, which is directed by Omung Kumar who did a fabulous job in Mary Kom but in this, he is failed to tell the story as the entire nation knows.
Apart from the cast, the story is good and talk about all hard times and secrets of Modi who made this man a powerful leader of India today.