Ram Setu Review: A birdge too far to cross
Akshay Kumar, Nushrratt Bharuccha, Nassar, Satyadev Kancharana, Jacqueline Fernandez & Pravesh Rana
The trailer did some talking by providing a glimpse into an intriguing concept.
Ram Setu isn't even close to these biggies, but it does a good enough job considering the conflict situation with Thank God.
Aryan Kulshreshtha an archaeologist who is promoted to Joint Director of the Archaeology Department.
Film follows Aryan's journey through the scientific process to determine Ram Setu is a natural formation or man-made.
Indrakanth (Nasser) decides to build a project called Sethusamudram, but first he must obtain a scientific clearance.
Akshay Kumar does well as the Archaeologist and carries the film throughout. Akshay lives in the role.
Akshay walking on Ram Setu, and a couple of chase sequences in the second half that grab our interest and are executed pretty well.
The filmmakers had a fascinating subject that hasn’t been touched in Indian cinema, but they didn’t succeed in coming up with an equally exciting narrative.
The first half an hour or so isn’t related to the actual plot, and the character establishment of Akshay should have been done in an even sharp manner.
Ram Setu is a dull adventure thriller that manages to hold our attention only in a few sequences.The bland and lack of gripping screenplay