Yodha is a recently released film starring Sidharth Malhotra in the lead role. It is based on the Highjack stories, and plenty of movies are based on hijack topics in India, but let’s find out if this film stands out. The film is written and directed by Sagar Ambre and Pushkar Ojha and Produced by Hiro Yash Johar and Karan Johar.

The action in the film is quite impressive, but it is very predictable, and with fewer twists, the screenplay seems weak. The film engages the audience and progresses smoothly until the interval, but after that, it struggles a lot to maintain viewers’ interest.

Despite a run time of just 2 Hrs and 13 Minutes, the film feels long and follows a predictable storyline, and there are plenty of illogical points.

Yodha Review

After the success of Shershah, Sidharth Malhotra is getting similar roles. We have seen him in Mission Majnu and the Indian Police Force, but both failed to impress the audiences. In this film, Siddharth Malhotra delivers a standout performance across various aspects, such as action sequences, emotional depth, and on-screen charisma. Raashii Khanna’s role is limited but well executed, showcasing her talent.

Despite being a talented actor, Disha Patani’s portrayal is average, while Sunny Hindhuja has limited scope in a negative character space. The rest of the ensemble cast delivers adequate but not remarkable performances.

The movie’s screenplay is a major drawback, failing to capitalize on its potential fully. While the film carries elements of patriotism, it lacks the desired impact. The dialogue is okay, and the BGM could have been more impactful.

It may be worth watching if one has spare time or is waiting for its release on OTT platforms like Amazon Prime. So I suggest you don’t waste your money watching Yodha in cinema halls; you had better wait for its OTT release on Amazon Prime.

You can check our list of Indian Movies based on Plane Hijack.

Our Ratings for Yodha

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