Traffic movie review: Crispness and the sense of urgency is missing in this Manoj Bajpayee starrer

Traffic movie review: Crispness and the sense of urgency is missing in this Manoj Bajpayee starrer

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trafficmoviereview759-1How quickly you are obviously crazy traffic snarls beating a brain dead person to save the sinking of the patient’s heart and can transport a Hindi remake of the 2011 Malayalam film of the same name treads the same path? You fast enough rain, potholes, non-beating potential road bumps, and in time?
I deal with a loan from Perros’ multiple characters Amores from multiple threads technology-driven feature is a point at which the original, while I was busy with, in, tuning out of yourself in this the crispness found missing is a sense of urgency.
Even if you have already seen the Tamil and Kannada spun again, one of the stutters. Poignancy and heartbreak is always going to be the imminent death of a young life. Cut Gidwani and Sachin Khedekar channel with emotion: how you can change the life of the machine is your son? Suppose he comes out of the coma? They underplay, and effective.
This decision is the most difficult, and their parents try to finally frustrated parents (Prosenjit news and Divya Dutta) falling in a set of arguments, another young lives. Task heart Pune- Mumbai at breakneck speed, transport, executed by a notorious Constable (Manoj Bajpai), his name is grateful for a chance to clean up.
In the mix: a very shaky cardiac surgeon (Parambrata Chatterjee), Young Man’s Best Friend (Amol Parashar), both of whom constable, a police chief (Jimmy Shergill) who plan greenlights having lectured by a doctor I, and a bunch of others. They all do their job, but this enterprise, saccharine and bloated by unnecessary background music, her moments, but overall I work hard.
Star Cast: Manoj Bajpai, Jimmy Shergill, Parambrata Chatterjee, Prosenjit Chatterjee, Amol Parashar, Divya Dutta, Sachin Khedekar, Kitu Gidwani, Divya Dutta, Divya Unni
Director: Rajesh Pillai
Two stars

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