Helmed by Bugs Bhargava Khann, Nail Polish, is courtroom drama with interesting twists and turns. The story revolves around the death of migrant children, and the blame is on Veer (Manav Kaul). Things change when Siddharth Jaisingh (Arjun Rampal), his lawyer, along with the rest explore in a different direction. Also involved are Amit Kumar (Anand Tiwari) and Judghe Bhushan (Rajit Kapur). While we are having a fair watch for almost throughout the series, the twists might not be exactly in place. We will explore what happens through this Nail Polish movie review.
The entire Nail Polish cast includes the likes of Madhoo Shah, Samreen Kaur, and Sameer Dharmadhikari as well. We see things take off with Veer, a cricket coach, who is accused of killing migrant children. Enter, Siddharth, his lawyer while Amit Kumar (Anand Tiwari) is trying to send him to jail. Now, if we look at it from an objective point of view, things falter, a lot.
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A courtroom drama at its optimum, we see everything make sense. A person is being questioned, a charming lawyer of sorts, and obviously a backstory where we are trying to find sense and join the dots. Through the film, you rightly hope that we get to know more about migrants, but things change. In fair attempt to not give a spoiler, something just changes and the question lies now is if Veer can be prosecuted at all. Now why is that, you will know, but it might not make a lot of sense.
Now, if the twist should be given enough credit, what follows does not hold ground, almost at all. We do see a sense of rationality for the longest time, but not the dn we expected. The entire Nail Polish cast gets everything they deserve, good cinematography, and a sense consistency, but then, not so much. The conclusion is such that it begins to leave you wondering what is up! Now, we cannot finish this Nail Polish movie review without praising Kaul, but also how the shift is portrayed.
Now, performances, are absolutely worthy of praise. Given the complexities, they’ve all done a great job. Amongst all of the Nail Polish cast members, we have to commend Manav for the role, the total star of the movie, if you ask me. Arjun, on the other hand, sails through just fine, and we love his screen presence. He truly does not get enough credit, but this movie shall get him some. Now, we have Anand Tiwari, another highlight of the film, making us feel at home with at least something.
Now, all in all, we have to say that a fair Nail Polish movie review would make it an average watch. However, it eventually fades out somewhere later, making it a rather confused watch. None the less, we would still like to acknowledge how there are unpredictable twists, only poorly executed.