Cast: Anushka Sharma, Neil Bhoopalam, Darshan Kumaar, Deepti Naval
Direction: Navdeep Singh
NH 10 reeks of confused storytelling. Is it just a road film meant to deliver the thrills? Or is it addressing a larger issue – problems implicit to a patriarchal society where misogyny is a way of life? The director of NH 10 picks up a topic of relevance but fails to contextualize it.
It's about a road trip gone wrong but NH 10 is not just that – what we have here is the fallout of an incident that is steeped in chauvinism. However, the treatment is flippant.
When Arjun (Neil Bhoopalam) meddles in what seems like a case of honour killing, it’s hard to commend him for his spunk. He doesn’t step in to rescue a hapless girl; all he wants to do is avenge his slighted ego. He exhibits the typical North-Indian-guy recklessness and foolhardiness that fails to prompt any empathy.
Arjun’s wife Meera (Anushka Sharma) comes across as the more sensible one and yet in the face of a crisis herRead More »from Yahoo Movies Review: NH 10