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Aurangzeeb 2013 Movie Review

Starring Cast: Rishi Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, Amrita Singh, Deepti Naval, Sasheh Aagha, Swara Bhaskar, Sikandar Berry , Prithviraj Sukumaran, Rasika Dugal, Kavi Shashtri , Tanve Azmi, Sumeet Vyas.
Director: Atul Sabharwal
Produced By: Aditya Chopra
Release Date: May 17, 2013

After Ishaqzaade, The Yash Raj Movies is returning again with their hot preferred Arjun Kapoor in the newest launch Aurangzeb that also functions a few heavyweights of the market. The movie has been in the headlines, ever since the first theatrical went on the internet and especially, due to Arjun Kapoor's dual purpose role play in it. Aurangzeb is remarkably set in area of the mafia’s rising in the land of Gurgaon that has become a big town from a little town on map to India's one of the greatest and quickest increasing towns.

The tale follows Yashvardhan played by Jackie Shroff, a property designer and his close relatives in Gurgaon known for unlawful performances, due to Yashvardhan's top team participant Ajay played by Arjun Kapoor who results in no proof after the job is done. Rishi Kapoor, who has never dressed in the cop consistent, will be starring in a cop’s character for the very first time in the movie.

In this cop close relatives clan compared to mobster close relatives clan tale, Rishi, Sikandar Kher and Prithviraj will be seen challenging the clan played by Jackie along with his wife played by Amrita Singh and the son played by Arjun Kapoor. The police department then catches Ajay and investigate him, while they send out Ajay's lookalike, Vishal, to the Yashvardhan clan.

Vishal connects the team of the yashvardhan clan and becomes an informer, while Ajay is being tormented into snitching all of Yashvardhan's company tricks to the cop’s. Arjun is Aurangzeb - the master, who places his throne above his kinship. The film has a prospective to be a new-age suspense dilemma, but what has it saved towards the climax?

Aurangzeb could have been so much better, perhaps even a traditional. It is Atul Sabharwal’s defective therapy that results in it as unreliable. There is tremendous interest and excitement in the tale, which its stars remit highly. We could give a rating of 2 stars on 5 stars for the movie. The excitement finishes up in a soft state eliminating all that could have been sensational! Optimistically, we can anticipate something more mixing and less lost from the group of the direction sometime soon!