One-Line Review: Hrithik Roshan is definitely “Kaabil”!
Positive Points: Hrithik Roshan’s ability to pull off challenging role and intriguing plot
Negative Points: Lacked detailing of the revenge sequence
Plot: Visually disabled Rohan (Hrithik Roshan) and Supriya (Yami Gautam) hit it off right in their first date. Like every other couple, they go on several romantic dates over coffee, dancing and shopping. Few months of courtship brings them closer and they get married.
Rohan (Hrithik Roshan) goes head over heels on Supriya (Yami Gautam) right in their first date. But she is reluctant as they both are visually impaired. Still she agrees to go on few more dates before making up her ... full Plot
The intense action-packed romantic thriller KAABIL directed by Sanjay Gupta has its good share of cliches that demands a considerable degree of suspension of your disbelief but in no way anyone can turn a 'blind' eye to the efforts of Hrithik Roshan in the film. Playing a blind Rohan Bhatnagar who goes on a vendetta spree after his love of life Supriya (Yami Gautam) is raped twice by Amit Shellar (Rohit Roy) brother of a local politician Madhav Rao Shellar (Ronit Roy).More »
It takes Hrithik Roshan just 10 minutes to convince you, he's a blind man. The first few scenes of Kaabil establish the characters of blind lovers with great ease. Once you're invested in this adorable couple and their unique romance, rest of the film becomes a breeze. Their love, their heartbreak and their tragedy becomes that much more convincing.More »
One cannot but approach a Hindi film with physically challenged characters with a degree of trepidation, knowing how messy it can be. In addition, Kaabil also happens to be a Sanjay Gupta film. So the audience is inevitably drawn into a guessing game regarding the foreign films that the plot has been sourced from. On both counts, a sensitive viewer will find much to carp over. For one, it just doesn't sound right when two visually impaired characters who seem completely at ease with themselves and what they have done with their lives harp on darkness and lack of fulfilment.More »