Advait (Aditya Roy Kapoor), a young introvert, visits Goa where he meets Sara (Disha Patani), a free-spirited girl from London who has come to India for the first time to live life unshackled, like a vagabond (Malang). Extreme opposites of each other, they both live it up together. All goes well until life turns upside down. Five years later, this incident circles back to SHO Agashe (Anil Kapoor), vigilante killer cop and Michael Rodrigues (Kunal Kemmu), a righteous cop. What is the connection between Advait, Sara, Agashe and Michael? Malang answers all these questions.
User Reviews: Although its story has been shown in many films, a good screenplay adds its effect. Some of the dialogues in the movie are very impressive.
There are also some offensive things in the Malang movie that make it dramatic and light. Most of these belong to the latter part of the interval. The real thriller of the movie begins in the second part. The end of the film is unexpected, but it also decreases the impact of the film.
The hard work that Aditya Roy Kapoor has put on the bodybuilding for this film is visible. He has also done acting well in the role of Advait. Disha Patani looked glamorous, and she was average in acting.
Anil Kapoor is the most exciting character of the film. Kunal Kemmu was quite shocked, and he reached out in some scenes. Not forgetting Elli Avram, she plays the radical character correctly and plays a vital role in the Malang.
Mohit Suri’s direction was excellent, but in some places in the film, the editing could have been a little better and also the dialogues. For the first time, it has happened in a movie by Mohit Suri that almost every character has a dark side.
Malang movie is primarily made, keeping in mind the audience of single-screen cinemas. Those who like masala entertainment movies will like this film.