12th Fail Movie Review: Vidhu Vinod Chopra made his comeback with his newly released film 12th Fail which features a story of an aspirant. The film stars Vikrant Massey in the lead role and he left a huge impact with his remarkable and flawless performance in the film.
This film is based on the novel ’12th Fail’ by Anurag Pathak. The film’s title has also stayed unchanged. The film’s core theme is that the loser is the one who does not fight. Although Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s film is based on the true narrative of IPS Manoj Kumar Sharma, it is the story of young people from every hamlet and town in the country.
Manoj Kumar Sharma (Vikrant Massey), who lives in a tiny hamlet in Madhya Pradesh’s Chambal district, dreams of somehow cheating and passing 12th so that he may work as a peon, but then something similar occurs in his life. As a result, the aim itself changes.
Vikrant Massey has fully immersed himself in the role of Manoj Sharma. Vikrant has played the battle from being a Chambal copycat to becoming an IPS in a very natural way, and as a result, his character will be remembered for a long time.
The film’s strongest element is its casting. Medha Shankar, who plays Manoj Sharma’s girlfriend Shraddha in the film, has given her all. Vikas Divyakirti’s cameo appears to be natural. Anshuman Pushkar, Anant Joshi, Harish Khanna, Geeta Aggarwal Sharma, and Sarita Joshi also performed admirably.
This film took Vidhu Vinod Chopra four years to complete. His writing and direction are both excellent. Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s film takes you on such an amazing and emotional trip that your eyes will become moist in numerous situations from start to finish. Many places will need you to clap. The cinematography by Rangarajan Ramabadran is likewise outstanding. Rangarajan Rambadran’s portrayal of the souls of Chambal village and Mukherjee Nagar in Delhi in the film is remarkable.
Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Jaskunwar Kohli edited the film, and this component appears to be lacking. The film may have been more interesting if some of its sequences had been cut down somewhat.