Movie Review: D-Day 2019
D-Day is a pulse-pounding action movie that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Directed by Nikhil Advani, the film tells the story of a group of Indian secret agents who are tasked with capturing India’s most wanted terrorist.
The plot is tightly woven and well-paced, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing. The tension builds steadily as the agents navigate through dangerous territory, facing unexpected challenges at every turn. There are plenty of heart-stopping moments that will have you holding your breath, wondering what’s going to happen next.
The acting in D-Day is absolutely top-notch. Rishi Kapoor delivers an outstanding performance as Goldman, a ruthless gangster who holds the key to finding India’s most wanted terrorist. Irrfan Khan is equally impressive as Wali Khan, a grizzled veteran agent who has seen it all.
The supporting cast is also excellent, with Arjun Rampal and Huma Qureshi both turning in strong performances. Their chemistry onscreen is electric, adding depth and emotional weight to their characters.
One of the standout aspects of D-Day is its production design and special effects work. The film takes place across multiple locations, from bustling city streets to sprawling countryside landscapes. Every detail feels authentic and immersive thanks to meticulous attention to detail from the production team.
In terms of soundtrack and score, D-Day hits all the right notes. The music perfectly captures the mood and tone of each scene while helping to ratchet up tension during key moments.
Overall, I highly recommend seeing D-Day for anyone who enjoys action-packed thrillers with great acting and production values. It’s one ride that you won’t soon forget! However, some scenes might not be suitable for everyone due to graphic violence so caution might be needed before watching it lest one may regret it later on!
Release : 2019-09-13
Genre : War
Runtime : 85
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D-Day Trailer #1 (2019) | Movieclips Indie official trailer