John Abraham's " Batla House " Investigation Thriller Film .

" Batla House " is a Indian Hindi language thriller film directed by Nikkhil Advani. Inspired by the Batla House encounter case that took place 2008.The film Stars John Abraham in the lead role of a police officer named Sanjay Kumar Yadav inspired by Sanjeev Kumar Yadav the officer who played a crucial role in the encounter.

Mrunal Thakur as Nandita Kumar Yadav , Ravi Krishnan as Inspector K.K Varma , Manish Chaudari as Commissioner , Rajesh Sharma as Defense Lawyer , Sonam Arora as Shweta Varma , Sahidur Rahman as Dilshad Ahmed , Alok Pandey as Tufail , Faizan Khan as Javed , Niranjan Jadhao as Sadiq ,Chirag Katrecha as Zia , Yatharth Kansal as an Arif , Utkareh Rai as Judge . Nora Fatehi as Huma .

Written by Ritesh Shah , Cinematography Saumik Mukherjee ,Edited by Maahir Zaveri , Produced by T - Series , Emmay Entertainment ,John Abraham Entertainments , Bake My Cake Film's.

All our apprehensions about the film's stance come true and we are left wondering about the futility of such a disclaimer. But that doesn't make Batla House a dull or lethargic film as it combines all the essential tropes of mainstream Bollywood films in remarkably entertaining fashion, and make you sit and notice the fluidity of the narrative.

There is no intention of delving deep though, provided you consider Talvar kind of filmmaking a thoughtful attempt to watch old facts in a new light. In Batla House, we always know who enjoys the upper-hand.

Apart from a scene or two, in which Abraham plays to the gallery without any qualms, Batla House presents him as an able actor with good understanding of the milieu he is operating in. Just that, don't look for legitimacy at every junctures.

Rating : 3 /5 .
Saleem P.Chacko.

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