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Akeli Review: Movie Shivers Your Spines: Watch ‘Jyoti’ Escape From War-torn Iraq

Nushrratt Bharuccha’s Akeli Review: Nushrat Balucha has once again impressed the audience with her grace and compelling acting in her film ‘Akeli’. It is directed by Pranay Meshram, who worked as an assistant director in acclaimed films like Queen and Commando-3, this movie will hit the theatres on August 25. Akeli introduces various new faces, […]

Edited By : Divya Richa | Updated: Aug 23, 2023 12:46 IST
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Akeli Review

Nushrratt Bharuccha’s Akeli Review: Nushrat Balucha has once again impressed the audience with her grace and compelling acting in her film ‘Akeli’. It is directed by Pranay Meshram, who worked as an assistant director in acclaimed films like Queen and Commando-3, this movie will hit the theatres on August 25. Akeli introduces various new faces, including Israeli actors Tsahi Halevi and Amir Botros in Bollywood debut roles.

The film is based on the life of an Indian girl who gets caught in the civil war of Iraq and makes every effort to escape from there, which is extremely awe-inspiring. This is an action thriller film, many scenes of which will give you goosebumps. The opening scene of the film starts with a bomb blast which is applied to the body of a small girl. The screams of that girl will force you to keep your eyes glued to the screen and give you goosebumps.

Beginning of story

The story of the film begins with Jyoti Arora (i.e. Nushrratt Bharuccha) of a Punjabi family. The sole breadwinner, she shoulders the responsibility of her mother and niece. After losing her job in her homeland, she finds employment in Iraq, leading her into the trap of the civil war.

In her journey, she crosses paths with Rafiq, portrayed by Nishant Dahiya, who becomes her brief source of support. However, as time passes, she must face her challenges alone. The question of whether Jyoti Arora succeeds in returning to India is the crux of the plot, urging viewers to uncover the outcome by watching the film.

Story of film

The story of the film is fantastic, which shows the strength and power of a single woman. There are many scenes in the film, after watching which you get angry and at many places you are forced to be emotional. However, there are many loopholes in the story of the film, which you might also be able to notice.

Firstly, the death of Jyoti Arora’s brother and sister-in-law and secondly Rafiq, who met Jyoti in Iraq, became a part of the civil war. If these loopholes are ignored, then the story of the film comes true in keeping you hooked till the end.

Characters in film

As we have already told you that apart from Nushrratt Bharuccha, Israeli actors Tsahi Halevi and Amir Botros are also seen in the film, whose performances you will not get tired of praising.

Along with this, Nishant Dahiya has also done good justice to his character. At the same time, Nushrratt Bharuccha looked very active in her character as usual. Apart from this, some characters are seen in the lead roles in the film, who have given life to the film with their acting. The film gets 3.5 out of 5 stars from our side.

First published on: Aug 23, 2023 12:46 PM IST

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