Genius: Anil Sharma’s Spy Drama

Director: Anil Shrama

Duration: 2hrs 44min

Rating: 1.5/5

Cast: Utkarsh Sharma (Debutant)

         Ishitha Chauhan

         Nawazuddin Siddiqui

         Mithun Chakraborty

         Ayesha Jhulka

         Zakir Hussain

Director Anil Sharma has given so many remarkable movies to the Bollywood industry and Gadar is one among them. Now the director has come up with ‘Genius’ and he is launching his son Utkarsh Sharma.

Story Synopsis: This movie is based on the life of a boy (Utkarsh Sharma), who is an IT topper and a complete tech guy. He is shown as the college topper and he has also got a part-time job working with RAW (Research and Analysis Wing). He is a soldier by heart and aspires to do something big for the country as well for his love (Ishitha Chauhan)!

Review: This spy drama stars magnificent actors like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Mithun Chakraborty in pivotal roles, and Utkarsh Sharma and Ishitha Chauhan as debutants. The budget of the movie is around 15-20 crore.

Vasu’s (Utkarsh) parents died in communal riots and he became orphaned. He was raised by a priest in the holy city Mathura. Vasu is an optimistic person and he works as a special agent of RAW called TOCSI, Vasu works to track the number one villain, simply known as MRS (Nawazuddin Siddiqui).

This movie is based on technologies and various IT hacks and is completely boring. This movie has very-very bad special effects, over-writing, overrated clothes and poor editing, so many songs like 3 in 30 minutes.

Vasudev Shastri is shown as a multitasking person and there is nothing he cannot do. In a single movie Anil Sharma has made his son Utkarsh as someone who can do it all – ride a bike, dance, romance, sing, action, gentleman and hunk too.

As per me this movie is completely a waste of money and time as well, I advised you all not to watch it at any cost, even someonelse is paying for you!




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