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Producers: Pranay Chokshi, Abbas-Mustan, Haresh Patel, Dhawal Jayantilal Gada
Cast: Mustafa Burmawalla, Kiara Advani, Dalip Tahil, Ronit Roy, Johnny Lever
Music: Tanishk Bagchi, Dr. Zeus, Viju Shah
Genre: Suspense Thriller
Ransh (Mustafa Burmawalla) meets Sara (Kiara Advani) in Himachal Pradesh. They fall in love with each other. They get married. After marriage, Ransh kills Sara by pushing her from cliffhanger. Machine is a story of love, thriller, suspense, greed, and mystery. Abbas-Mustan have made this movie to launch Abbas’son Mustafa.
The Cinematography is picturesque. You will get to see beautiful locals of Georgia and North India. The editing and costume designing are decent. Ronit Roy has done the decent job.
Too many minus points in the movie! First, the story is weak. It seems that the plot has swapped from the director duo’s earlier movie, Baazigar (1993). What’s more, the script is poorer. If you are thinking that Machine will have a nail-biting suspense, just forget it!
Like Abbas-Mustan’s other movies, this movie have a lot of twists and turns. But you won’t get shocked by watching them. You will not get clarifications of such twists in the movie.
The script hasn’t any logic. You will wonder that how come Abbas-Mustan, who are well versed in suspense movies, can make a shoddy movie like this! It lacks smartness as well as speed.
Talking about performances, Mustafa has failed as an actor in the movie. He has neither any talent nor any charisma. Somehow, he looks expressionless. He has to work hard to make his place in Bollywood.
Kiara Advani is ok. Johnny Lever, Dalip Tahil have done louder performances.
Abbas-Mustan’s movies are known for good music too. But this movie is exceptional. Recreated versions of ‘Ek Chatur Naar’ and ‘Tu Cheez Badi Hain Mast’ are totally wasted here.
The dialogues in romantic and dramatic scenes are laughable.
Is this movie worth a watch?
Absolutely No! This Machine is beyond the repair.
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