Bell Bottom Review

In Bell Bottom in the mystery story, Akshay Kumar plays the role of investigator and the Analytical Division (RAW) ambassador named the United Nations agency ‘Bell Bottom’. After a plane was hijacked and landed in Amritsar, the seventh hijacking incident in 5 years, Kumar was brought in for several days to be rescued. The film revolves around their plans for a courageous military operation to rescue 210 hostages and neutralize the four kidnappers. Even more impressive is the fact that his operation is associated with personal tragedy.
Like many other Kumar films inspired by real events, this Ranjit Tiwari-directed film is based on two events in which Indira Gandhi was the Prime Minister of Asia in the late 70s and early 80s. Happened. It is commendable that the film was shot in various parts of Asia and Scotland during the epidemic.


Kumar’s shiny entry as Bell Bottom really brings some whistleblowers and fills the concert with excitement, not to mention the fact that he looks smart in Tirpan. He was thin, mature and agile, and possessed a sharp army-man skill. Vani Kapoor, who appeared in the role of the husband of the Bell Bottom United Nations agency, may be a national participant. He has a sharp memory and is fluent in Hindi, English, French and German. Vani Kapoor as Kumar’s wife is charming on screen and even with limited screen time, she is well supported for her role. The film stars Adil Hussain, Huma Qureshi and Lara Dutta in polar roles. Looking at the buzz going on around Dutta makeup, we can really say that her makeover as a former Prime Minister politician is very nice. He does not recognize! Huma Qureshi assists the Indian team in rescuing Indian voters trapped in a hijacked plane.

Akshay Kumar is completely kind and strong. He makes full use of his stellar energy. Filming on the Statesman screen is not a trivial matter and Dutta looks half confident and confident. Kumar’s mother is competing with Daly Ahluwalia and they share some sharp and funny scenes.


Written by Asim Arora and Pervez Shaikh, the film featured and captured your attention for 123 minutes. However, every minute of the action you must pause because the inside of the plot is very forward and backward. The speed of the film is constant and the narration and characters also do not lose speed.
As you travel along with the story, the events that unfold are less likely to absorb the emotion it shows you. With a film like this, you expect a lot of goose bump moments, but it doesn’t. At the same time, the film leaves you with questions unrelated to many people, such as the hostage-taking and the terrorist kidnapping plan. The small uncertain size of the film may be , it is overwhelming and dies.