Madaari (2016) is a Hindi movie. Nishikant Kamat has directed this movie. Irrfan Khan,Jimmy Sheirgill,Vishesh Bansal,Tushar Dalvi are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Madaari (2016) is considered one of the best Adventure,Drama,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
'Madaari' is the story of a common man who sets out to avenge the death of his son caused by rampant corruption in the government. Losing the only family he had brings him to kidnap the home minister's son and bring those responsible to justice.
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Another meaningful movie of this year. Yet another time Irfan khan has proved his acting prowess. This is a story of a common man who stands against the corrupt system to search answers; answers which are harsh and even if we know them nothing will change. But knowing them are very much necessary for us. The story telling of the movie is good and I would say that would go to the brand of Nishikant Kamat. But what I personally liked the most about this movie is that it has pointed out the fact that what might happen in real-life and what we pay to see in reel-life if any commoner takes such a bold step. This movie emphasizes the fact that GOVERNMENT IS NOT CORRUPT, BUT THE GOVERNMENT IS FORMED TO DO CORRUPTION. People may change,leaders may change political colors may change but corruption survives and we the common people let it survive by paying with our lives in the end.
Madari is a realistic movie which shows what's going on in the current society. I don't know why critics are reviewing this movie based on visuals, commercial elements or weekend collections. Corruption became part of the life in India. I hope people will realize what we are losing exactly by not taking this as a serious issue. Forget about outside enemies or extremists - We have to act fast to keep our country safe from this dangerous enemy within. Wake up and fight this gangrene. It's now or never... As usual Irfan portrays common-man character with ease. Kid Vishesh and Tushar also performed well. My rating is 9/10. Go and watch it!
It's a gem of a movie, largely carried on by Irrfan Khan and an expressive chunk of kid (Vishesh Bansal) & grit of Jimmy Shergill (he is wasted though). The depiction of Father-Son relation is directed beautifully ...u can actually fall for them In here Irrfan doesn't try to be the one man army fighting against the system unlike almost all vigilante justice movie, instead he lets the situation, grief and purpose drive the movie with his exceptional acting (among the best v have seen) especially the post- accident hospital sequence is gut wrenching. The dialogues carry punch and tears apart our psyche. Nishikant Kamath's best direction after Mumbai Meri Jaan, though the movie falls short at some instances but they are well overlapped by Irrfan Khan's brilliance If you loved A Wednesday u will admire Madaari P.S: it is a shame that such movie will hardly gather 10% of what BRAINLESS movies earn this days... no doubt we are living in denial !!!
Bollywood is a big industry and it is growing reaching Hollywood. People like Irrfan Khan in Bollywood are the real actors. Bollywood is reaching to Hollywood because of the actors like Him. There are some actors who are well known by all over the world, I don't want to show their names, everybody know them, those actors who are just curious about their image, curious about typical "Gunda" and many type of movies, but the real Heroes are these people like Irrfan, who just focus on real public issues. Director Nishikant Kamat is day by day progressing, and I congrats him for making this movie. The Music was less its OK, I am talking about slow Music that instantly touches the heart. Please Watch these kind of movies, and don't forget to tell people about this movie. and Irrfan Hats off to you sir.
Madaari, a Social-Thriller film by Nishikant Kamath, is one more attempt by a filmmaker to take head-on with the corrupt systems existing in our country. It is very much inevitable to draw parrallels with Neeraj Pandey's 2008 film 'A Wednesday'. A Wednesday was an engaging thriller with an unimaginable and unpredictable dramatic twist, which was set on the premise of terrorism. The underlying concept of Madaari is also the same, i.e. when a common man decides to raise his voice against the powerful, it does make a difference. I would admit that Madaari might lack the action-packed thrilling sequences as that of Wednesday, but Madaari has its own strengths and it also very successfully conveys the message. Although as a viewer, I did feel disillusioned. Not because the film is not good, but because, the subject of the film is so relevant. We are aware of these shortcomings of our society, system, government, hardly doing anything to change the system, still unable to bring any changes. But at least an effort to convey a pertinent point through such films generate hopes of changes in the outlook towards world and also making world a better place to live.