Friday Special: Akira Movie Review


Director: AR Murugadoss
Cast: Sonakshi Sinha, Anurag Kashyap, Konkona Sen Sharma, Amit Sadh, Atul Kulkarni
Ratings: (2/5)3C4_476582-akira-posterThe drive of the film revolves more or less Akira Sharma (played by Sonakshi) who comes to Mumbai from Jodhpur to acquire herself enrolled in a school but gets into a major tiff following than the goons of the educational.
Akira is a fable of a little town woman, by the linked say; who is brought going on by her father, behind favorable set of morals and values. When Akira falls into a waylay of defilement, and filthy politics she fights protection without the refrain of her dysfunctional relatives, or cronies; this forms the crux of the relation.akira-story_647_090216025236

“Akira,” which is the remake of Tamil hit film “Mouna Guru,” features Konkana Sen Sharma and Anurag Kashyap in supporting roles. Akshay Kumar’s cameo role is something which the audience would totally respect in the film.
Sonakshi Sinha has emerged as a mighty actor and that can be felt all throughout the movie. The person you feel upon screen is ‘Akira’, you will forget that you are watching a Sonakshi Sinha movie.akira-story-fb_647_071416013315

Overall: Overall the movie has a hard hitting notice, and is a must watch as all person should know the system and the rules and regulations.