The latest bollywood trend is on. The word is remakes. Here comes one other such flick from Kollywood. Its a remake of super duper cop movie Kaaka kaaka starring Surya directed by acclaimed Director Gautham menon.
John plays a narco cop who is totally confined to himself and is reserved to the extent the audience starts pondering is John hibernating in day light. The introvert portrayed by John never impresses or dint even strike the awe chord in me.The John Abraham starrer is full of fab abs and toned muscles.The already overly flaunted muscles are an over dose to a regular bollywood movie buff. The built physique and beefy torso is supposedly for the audience to make believe and make sensible John's super human feats in tackling villains from drug cartels.
The story is based on John fight against the country's powerful drug cartels. The movie does justice to the viewer who has an unsatiable thirst for action packed bloody fight sequences. Vendetta is a part of the masala included by the director. John's only worthy counter part comes in the form of this new debutant Villain. He has made a mark and is an actor to be watched out for in the future. The role of uber cool villain has been justified well.Though the first half drags along , the second half post interval has a few sequence to keep the audience on the edge of the seat.The climax action sequence is a raw nail bitting sequence , it punches the force into the movie.
As for the other cast bubbly Genelia's bubbliness is too much of the same to digest.Her part has been done well to serve as a chirpy NGO activist. There are scenes in the movie where Genelia has performed well especially when confronting John when she expresses her love interest in him.
There are songs that are loosely fitted in here and there are some songs which are the exact replica even of the location let alone the music and costumes from Kaaka kaaka.
The rest of the cast have done a commendable job , even though few actors were totally under utilised.The overrating of the movie could have been avoided. The movie will be a treat for audience who have no expectations.
he bottom line is the viewer needs to pull through the movie "FORCE" fully and for the second half there is enough force in the package to keep the audience engrossed. Advisable for people who have not reached their thresholds on south indian remakes and super human strength ( forgot to mention the tossing of a 100 + Kg bike ).