Ek Villain’s Returns: Bhairav (John Abraham) is a lover who cannot comprehend the feeling of the rejection of Rasika (Disha Patani) who whom he likes. The singer Aarvi (Tara Sutaria) is kidnapped from her home in mysterious and ominous circumstances. If her boyfriend Gautam (Arjun Kapoor) who is who is blamed for her disappearance, is determined to find her and he crosses paths with Bhairav and leads to an abundance of drama and action.
The Ek-Villain Reunion Review Aarvi who is the newest artist in the scene, has an interesting type of relationship with the wealthy and lavish heir to the business empire Gautam Mehra. She disappears one night following an odd series of events at her home. The blame for it is pinned on her kabhi-ex-kabhi-current boyfriend Gautam. In the meantime, Bhairav, a taxi-driver is a regular character in the movie which connects Aarvi, Gautam and him to a series of murders that kick off an action-drama based on love. The question of whether Gautam is able to help save his lover is the central point of the plot.
Mohit Suri’s film is an easy story that has a few twists in the course of the film until the final frame comes in. There are a few lapses on the editing table when dealing with the non-linear approach to the story. It would be nice to pay with more care in order to achieve an even balance between the two halves of the film. This would create a more tense and thrilling romantic thriller. While adding some spice and pace to the screenplay and dialogue the screenplay and dialogues, the writers have failed the opportunity to give more weight to the characters in the film. Sure, the characters are flawed and flawed and flawed, but this doesn’t mean they are more relatable or give them any compassion.
Additionally there is a way to do to get rid of the negativity that is directed at women on screen, which is taking away from the message the film is trying to convey about loss, love and heartache. Characters like those created to Shaad Randhawa or J D Chakravarty needed some thought, as did the police processes used in the film because they could have given crucial support for the story.
A reprise of Galliyan which is often played through the entire narrative provides a relaxing effect to the events that are quite intense throughout the duration. The other tracks of the album were just as enjoyable and memorable as well considering that they are an integral part in a romance thriller’s plot. The tracks in the album are good, however they lack the excitement of Ek Villain’s album that is only quite a while old.
The actors in the film don’t shine, and many of the actors playing their roles feel a bit tinny. If their characters were more developed the film could have allowed them to improve their individual roles. Ek Villain Returns delivers many twists and turns, but it isn’t arousing enough to make you cheer for any character or the plot, even if you’d like the story to be different.