Department Review – Here is the 2012 Bollywood Hindi film Department Review Starring Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, Anjana Sukhani, Rana Daggubati directed by Ram Gopal Varma.
The maverick filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma this time around came up with pretty boring stuff in store for the audiences. Department story kicks off with Rana Daggubati opening the dangerous game. Then Sanjay Dutt arrives looks pretty cool. But yep, there has innovative camera work, one can expect this one in RGV’s films. RGV looks less realistic.
Abhimanyu Singh, Madhu Shalini and Vijay Raj. The star cast looked good in their respective roles. RGV shows his strength on working style of undercover agents, this flick is high on action. The film has good one liners but that are not enough to save the film if it is not well made. Abhimanyu Singh will be seen lot of frames.
The writer fails to introduce an item girl in decent way. In the song Chod darta hai kya aankh maar, Dan dan cheeni, camera went very close to Nathalia Kaur.The film has been shot in so many low angles looks some crawlers carrying the camera.Eventually Amitabh Bachchan arrives with good act looked funnier and more tactful, and the flick has very dark sense of humour. Thodi si jo pee li hai gets a bad remix that just shattering ears.
RGV poured full of poor quality quotes in his new movie. People who are in the seats looking for a break finally comes and hope the second half bring any change in the story as the film has lacked the gripping tale so far. However, with Department RGV has once again proved that he still has some stunning talent to make good films. The story of the movie spins around the politics that runs inside the police department.
The movie has three stars of the movie Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt and Rana Daggubati have looked decent in their characters. Movie has watchable action and the screenplay and direction looked unique and on the other side Nathalia Kaur scorches the screen with her really salacious performance in her item number, Dan Dan.
Big B rocks as he surprises with his such action even at this stage. RGV came creating create something new with his new style called ‘rogue filming‘ but Looks like Ram Gopal Varma made yet another poor remake as plot seems to be very similar to his own film Company. Camera work pain eyes, the sound hits hard ears and the story will stop functioning of the brain.
Rating: Ordinary – 2/5
All in all, An Ordinary film by RGV.
RGV’s new movie ‘Department’ features the conflict of interest in police department. This time around he emerges with the spotlight on the dark secrets of the police department through his film “Department” hits the screens this Friday. Department story spins around a group of encounter specialists working with the Mumbai Police force and their different view towards the underworld.
Lot looked and concerned about the underworld’s rapidly growing terror and other criminal activities, the tough cops along with the home secretary and the home minister goes for a secret meeting and decide to form a special unit called – The Department. The team features the inspector Mahadev Bhosle (Sanjay Dutt), leader of the encounter squad, and Shivnarayan (Rana Daggubati), an encounter specialist.
Both the Khakis have different approaches of dealing with the gangsters. While Shivnarayan opts principles and ethics, Bhosle’s mind runs opposite way. The film shows conflicts of interest and fight for power among the cops. Apart from these two cops, the film also stars megastar Amitabh Bachchan as gangster-turned-politician Sarjerao Gaikwad.
Department Cast & Crew
Release date :May 18, 2012
Genre :Action, Crime
Starring :Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, Anjana Sukhani, Rana Daggubati , Naseeruddin Shah, Madhu Shalini, Nathalia Kaur
Director :Ram Gopal Varma
Music : Dharam Sandeep
Mumbai Police- By -Sanjay Dutt
Bad Boys- By -Earl
Ek Do Teen Chaar (Department Theme)- By -Sandeep Patil
Kammo- By -Mika Singh
Dan Dan Cheeni- By -Paroma P Das Gupta
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