Prince the Movie
Hollywood has come up with so many movies on module loss, patch Bollywood too has had its share of films which depicted the protagonist losing his memory, Ghajini existence the most past example. But what if someone robs your memory? Quite an interesting thought, isn't it?
One of the advantages of having a GenNext director is, he's primed to verify risks, primed to move the untrodden path, primed to go where no one has been before. But there's a disadvantage too: Visuals and technique verify precedence, patch news takes a backseat. Prince movie has a terrific prototypal half, where technique and noesis go assistance in hand, but technique overpowers the noesis in its post-interval portions.
What surprises you is that Prince movie is penned by the writer of Race [Shiraz Ahmed] and like Race, Prince movie too has several twists and turns every 15 odd minutes. But the twists and turns are a mixed bag here - enthralling at times, not enthralling at whatever places. More on that later!
On the brighter side, Prince movie has great stunts and chase sequences [Allan Amin], fantastic visuals [South Africa] and of course, a chartbuster singable score [Sachin Gupta]. And these threesome factors, coupled with Vivek Oberoi's disenchanting performance, should verify the flick to safety!
One of the savviest thieves in the world [Vivek Oberoi] commits the biggest robbery of his life. He wakes up next the morning to realize he has a gunshot wound on his arm that he doesn't remember getting. In his quest to encounter answers, he discovers his study is Prince, he used to work for a Negro named Sarang and his girlfriend's study is Maya.
He is existence hunted by the secret service of India, the CBI and the biggest albescent collared criminals in the world. He is the most wanted Negro in the land because only he knows the whereabouts of the heist, which contains a secret that is linked not only to his expiration of memory, but threatens the forthcoming of the manlike race.
Every day he meets a newborn woman claiming to be Maya. He doesn't remember where he has hidden the Heist. He has just dive days of his life. Time is streaming out...
Although Prince stands on a new premise, flashes of the Dev Anand starrer Jewel thief do cross your mind. Prince starts soured with a robbery and soon after, Vivek realises that his module has been 'erased'. The perplexity only deepens when he meets threesome assorted women, every posing as Amerind and every having a newborn news to tell. So far, so good!
But the difficult conception is to keep the viewer's welfare alive till the finale and that's where Prince starts crumbling. The second hour - the entire journey of Prince and the real Amerind going on a wild chase to analyse the coin and also regain Prince's module - is exciting in bits and spurts.
The concept of erasing a person's module and then inserting it back with chips and gizmos sounds wow, but the way it has been projected in the flick is humourous and far from convincing. Ditto for the climax, when Prince traces the villain to the Afghan-Pakistan border. He does so after he had hidden a device in the villain's shoes, patch he was existence bashed in the early sequence. Also, showing Prince having the same qualities as Spiderman [he can patch a web anytime he's in distress] makes you wonder, is he an ordinary mortal or a caretaker human?
Director Kookie Gulati has an eye for visuals and that's evident from the very move of the flick itself. The flick looks magnificent and wears an international look as well. Shiraz Ahmed's screenplay is seaworthy in the prototypal hour, but leaves a lot to be desired in the latter portions. Dialogues [Mayur Puri] are well worded. Cinematography [Vishnu Rao] is crowning cutting and the eye-filling locations are a visual treat. Allan Amin's stunts and chases are mesmeric. Sachin Gupta's singable score is trendy and catchy.
Some Screenshots of Prince Movie Quality
Vivek is caretaker in a rather difficult role. He is excellent in dramatic portions especially and carries soured the stunts with important ease. Nandana is effective. Neeru doesn't get much scope. Aruna is the best of the lot. Sanjay Kapoor enacts his conception well. Dalip Tahil is alright. book has concealment proximity and looks ferocious on screen. Rajesh Khattar is hardly there.
On the whole, Prince has great music, caretaker stunts, Vivek Oberoi's bravura performance and terrific promotion as its trump card, but where it falters is in its writing [in its second half mianly]. Yet, every said and done, the flick has the merits to accomplish a chord with the youth and lovers of masala movies.
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