Rustom Movie Review :
Not at all like its maker Neeraj Pandey‘s more genuine film-production style, Tinu Desai’s Rustom doesn’t consider itself important once we enter the court. While fictionalizing the actualities of the 1959 case, the plot freedoms taken by essayist Vipul Rawal ridicule the framework and media’s impact on artless nationals. Add to that, Tinu Suresh Desai’s course that makes patriotism and outdated Bombay seem tasteless variants of themselves. The music is just added to depict the sentimental relationship of the Pavris without squandering time in their romance scenes. In any case, excepting these humble endeavors of engaging a more overall public, Rustom is a connecting with film that covers an electrifying wrongdoing and its exciting examination. Another blockbuster quill in Akshay Kumar‘s cap that ought to ideally keep him far from his rough comic drama wanders.