Aakrosh Movie Review
Aakrosh movie takes the basic plot of the Hollywood Movie, Mississisppi Burning, 1988 and a totaly Indian story film about honor killings in a society divided by caste.
Aakrosh movie stars Ajay Devgan, Bipasha Basu, Paresh Rawal, Akshaye Khanna, Milind Gunaji and Amita Pathak.
Pratap (Ajay) and Siddhant (Akshaye) are two CBI officers investigating a case of unexplained disappearance of three young medical students in a village called Jhanjar in rural area.
The three medical students were killed because one of them is from the lower caste and dared to love and elope with a girl from the higher class.
When, these two officers investigated the matter, they faced uncooperative behavior from the locals, who doesn’t tell them truth.
Even the police, headed by corrupt cop, Paresh Rawal are hand in glove with the local politicians.
Movies is directed by Priyadarshan. Priyadarshan is known for making comedy movies. Aakrosh is the art house mainstream.
In the movie, brutality in the name of caste is shown and romance track between Ajay and Bipasha is also there.
Music of the movie, Aakrosh is so-so. Direction is also good.
Aakrosh is the average film and good to watch.