Omerta Movie Review: Raj Kumar Rao’s film targets on the terrorist’s modus praxis, not his Ideology

Omerta explore human evil using the character of Raj Kumar Rao but fails to answer some of the major questions. The actor has centered on his ideology of working as a document style thriller that revolves around a cold-blooded murderer who solely believes that he is operational towards God’s mission.

Omerta
Director
: Hansal Mehta
Rating: 3.5/5

Cast: Rajkummar Rao, Rajesh Tailang, Blake Allan, Keval Arora

The movie Omerta unfolds a silent code of criminal activity that refuses to give any evidence to the cops. Hasnal Mehta’s movie is not just about the Italian Mafia or any other silent code. It is on the biopic of the Pakistani origin Omar Saeed Shaikh, who was one of the most ghastly terrorists ever. His name is associated with the hijacking of IC-814 and the killing of Daniel Pearl, a well-known journalist.

Omerta released on Friday and emerged to be a good performer at the box office. However, the first weekend proved as a poor performer.

Raj Kumar Rao acts too bravely while playing the role of a man who is cruel all the time and continues killings and performs deeds that are against humanity. The director of the movie sticks to his subject. The lead role begins his career of crime. As the film begins you will find an image that depicts Omar as a man with pitiless heart and cruel mind. However, the censors have reckoned the scene and bizarre against the Indians.

As time ticks the movie opens the criminal attitude of the lead actor Raj Kumar Rao. You can’t justify what Omar does” says Rajkummar Rao. Omar trainers reprimand him saying “Jihad ko tumhare Jaise padhe likhe logo ki zarurat hai. Anpadh ganwar Jihadiyon ki koi izzat nahi karta. Lekin jab logo ko pata chalega ki tumhare jaisa foreign-educated insaan humare saath hai, tum hero ban jaoge.”

With such crisps, the movie is too interesting to watch.

by TNBC Staff Reporter on May 9, 2018

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