Sidharth Malhotra’s Yodha Movie Review

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Have you ever been on a plane? Well, Siddharth Anand, the director of “Fighter,” once said that his movie about flying fights didn’t do well because many people in India haven’t flown before. But after watching “Yodha,” I think directors Sagar Ombre and Pushkar Ojha might not have that problem. This movie, which means “fighter” too, has enough ups and downs to make you feel like you’re on a turbulent flight. Read the Review of Yodha Movie and learn some unknown facts about the movie.

The Story: Sidharth Malhotra’s Yodha

Picture this: Sidharth Malhotra plays Arun Katyal, a tough guy in a special forces team. His dad started this group, so he’s kind of like the boss. He’s married to Raashii Khanna, who works for the government. She later becomes the secretary to the Prime Minister, who looks kinda sad and weak.

Arun is like a superhero, always saving the day on dangerous missions. But his wife is tired of his risky job and wants him to be more responsible. Then, there’s a hijacking, and Arun can’t stop it. He gets blamed and his team gets shut down.

What’s Missing

The movie rushes through important parts. Like, Arun’s fall from grace and his problems with his wife should’ve been a big deal, but they’re not. And then, out of nowhere, Disha Patani shows up at the end, which feels weird and forced.

Sidharth Malhotra, despite being a good actor, doesn’t bring much depth to his character. He’s just a tough guy with cheesy lines, trying to win over his wife like some Bollywood hero. The movie tries to talk about serious stuff like terrorism and Kashmir, but it feels shallow and predictable.

Disha Patani and Sidharth Malhotra's Yodha Movie

The Performances

The bad guy, played by Sunny Hinduja, is so forgettable that you won’t care when he gets defeated. Raashii Khanna’s character could’ve been more interesting, but she’s mostly just there to argue with her husband.

Wrap Up

In the end, the movie leaves you with more questions than answers. Like, why is there a random Punjabi guy? How did they have HD video in 2006? And where did Disha Patani learn martial arts? Also, why do the bad guys always talk instead of just shooting?

If you can overlook these flaws, maybe you’ll enjoy the movie. But for me, it’s a rough ride that’s not worth boarding.

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