John Abraham is giving a huge back with the latest upcoming movie Force. John Abraham is coming for the first time with Genelia D’Souza in the movie Force. John Abraham and Genelia D’Souza are having some hot scene in the movie Force. Genelia D’Souza is giving this type of hot scenes for the first time in Movie Force. Force is a action thriller movie and is rated as 4 stars by Review Expert Taran Adarsh. You can read below the full review by him. Watch Force Movie Online
With FORCE, John Abraham re-visits the genre [action] that he attempted in DHOOM. He has the physique and the persona to carry off the part and make the character believable. Remake of the Tamil hit KAAKHA KAAKHA, which starred Suriya and Jyothika, FORCE packs the punches, the kicks, the blood and the bruises in those two hours. Essentially a fight between the good and the evil, there’s a restrained love story as well, which becomes the backbone of the plot.
Genelia is strikingly sweet and subdued. I genuinely feel that Genelia’s an under-rated actress, who’s capable of delivering if given an opportunity. Note the sequence when she proposes to John. It’s a difficult sequence which Genelia carries off so well. Besides, the on-screen chemistry between John and Genelia is infectious. The villain, portrayed by newcomer Vidyut Jammwal, is a worthy opponent, who is the proverbial Evil pitted against Good. His persona is striking and his performance, excellent. This guy is here to stay and his performance will be talked-about when the movie hits the screens.
Mohnish Bahl is top notch, especially towards the final moments. Sandhya Mridul is, as always, highly competent. Amit Gaurr does well. Kamlesh Sawant is convincing. Mukesh Rishi is perfect. Raj Babbar doesn’t get much scope. Ditto for Anaitha Nair, who is wasted.
On the whole, FORCE is an engrossing story of vendetta and the execution of the material makes it stand out in the crowd. The film has the requisite amount of zing and force, so essential for action movies that talk of heroism. If you are looking for a sensible masala film with substance, FORCE should most definitely figure on your agenda. Recommended!