Andhadhun is a blind crime thriller just like Hrithik Roshan's 'Kaabil', but the story is slightly different from 'Kaabil'. The story of Andhadhun begins with Aakash who is a visually impaired piano player (Aayushmann Khurrana) is conscious of an outcome of a murder. His heart urges him to report the crime scene he has in fact not 'saw', but rather there's more to him than what meets the eye.
Ayushmann Khurrana in the number one spot job is a disclosure. While he loans that easy straightforwardness to each role he depicts, AndaDhun is the most conclusive role of his profession up until this point, demonstrates his flexibility.
Tabu is extraordinary as dependable in a clashed role that anticipates that she will be inconsistent, defenseless and tricky and Radhika Apte and Anil Dhawan are characters whose cooperations with their individual accomplices loans the motion picture the truly necessary recreational minutes, tinged with a relatable show.
Andhadhun Boasts of a splendid screenplay and marvelously created account by Raghavan, the story's bold characters and consistent turns, keep you bolted. Environmental and touchy, a fundamental dread of what lies ahead grasps your creative energy. While the principal half is loaded with a mix of palpitating pressure, anticipation and comic drama in great Raghavan style, the second half droops a bit. The plot gets a touch turbulent and convoluted rather than its breathtaking develop. The verbose discussion between characters loosens the pace and backs out the pressure a bit, which you don't expect by then. Be that as it may, a breathtaking peak compensates for it.
Andhadhun totally lays on the shoulders of the content - and what a smart story! From the fundamental commence - of a visually impaired man got in a circumstance that is out of this world precarious - to the exchanges that figure out how to bring alive the pressure and present lighthearted element.
Andhadhun is fast-paced motion film and figures out how to relate the total story without missing a solitary beat. Indeed, it would be a cardinal sin to miss the first or last scene of the film - so ensure you reach on time and don't avoid the end at any expense!