Lakadbaggha Movie Review: Anshuman Jha, Riddhi Dogra and Paresh Pahuja


Movie: Lakadbaggha

Cast: Anshuman Jhan, Riddhi Dogra, Paresh Pahuja

Director: Victor Mukherjee

Release Date: January 13, 2022

Where to Watch: In Theatres

 Lakadbaggha is a new concept in Indian cinema, and it's great to see Bollywood experimenting with different ideas. The film centers around Anshuman Jha's character, Arjun, who is an animal lover vigilante taking on an animal abuser kingpin. While the concept of an animal lover vigilante is an interesting one, I have to say that I was a bit disappointed with the final product.

One of the biggest issues I had with the film was its slow pacing. I found myself struggling to stay engaged throughout the film as it dragged on in certain places. Additionally, I felt that the film didn't quite live up to its title, as the focus seemed to be more on Arjun's pet dogs than on the concept of the "Lakadbaggha" vigilante.

In terms of the plot, I thought the film had a bit of a weak conclusion. It seemed like the filmmakers could have either cut out some scenes to make the film more crisp or added more to justify the ending.

All that being said, I do think that Anshuman Jha did a great job in his role as Arjun. He brought a lot of emotion and intensity to the character, and it was clear that he was invested in the role.

Overall, I would say that while the concept of Lakadbaggha is an interesting one, the execution falls short. The slow pacing and weak conclusion make it difficult to fully recommend this film. However, if you're a fan of Anshuman Jha, or are just looking for something a bit different in the world of Bollywood, then it may be worth checking out.


                                                                       Rating : 2.5 out of 5                                                                

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