Trapped Movie Reviewby Nandishwarreddy.s
Cast:Rajkummar Rao, Geetanjali Thapa
Banner:Phantom Production, Reliance Entertainment
Producer:Madhu Mantena, Vikas Bahl, Anurag Kashyap
Release Dt :Mar, 17 2017
Trapped is the story of Shaurya (Rajkumar Rao) who admires his colleague Noorie (Geetanjali Thapa). He takes his time and finally impresses her. She agrees for a dinner date with him after which their friendship turns into love. Here comes a twist as Noorie gets engaged to someone and the wedding date nears. It is during this time Shaurya asks her to move with him and finds a flat in an empty rise building on the limited budget he has. Just before he invites Noorie, he gets locked in his new flat and the rest of the film is how he survives alone without electricity and water. Watch Trapped to know about the rest.
Trapped starts on an engaging and entertaining note with a cute love story and funny conversations between Shaurya and Noorie. The movie takes a major leap after the lead actor gets trapped in a building which is located in the heart of the city. The gripping narration is sure the major highlight though the film has enough flaws that can be ignored purely because of the performances and the tight screenplay. On the whole the first half of Trapped has been decent and interesting.
The second half of Trapped strikes hard with its content and it with the performance of Rajkumar Rao completely. Though the film lacks commercial content, the screenplay of the film makes Trapped an interesting one. Rajkumar Rao makes a huge impact with his impressive performance which makes Trapped an impressive film to watch. The climax episodes have been decent.
Rajkumar Rao should be specially appreciated for his performance throughout the movie. He carried the entire movie on his shoulders and he has been a treat to be watch. He struggled as a helpless guy throughout the movie and his emotional performance is a treat to watch on screen. Geetanjali Thapa has been decent in the assigned role.
The story of the movie is the major highlight of the film. The screenplay has been completely gripping and the limited dialogues strike hard. The background score elevated the film well and the cinematography shows the mood of the film. The production values have been apt and the makers made sure they spent enough for the film. Vikramaditya Motwane should be appreciated for his work.
Vikramaditya Motwane strikes hard with Trapped which has been made on a meaningful budget and the ruggish narration makes the film a decent one time watch.