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Mukkabaaz (2018) is a love story touted as a boxing film set in Uttar Pradesh. This is a Anurag Kashyap masterpiece that is not only important but pathbreaking. He uses cinema to bring out topics such as cast divisions, cow vigilantism, mob lynching, and misplaced nationalism in a satirical manner that is absolutely perfect. I found this film relatable because I belong to UP and it’s common for people to ask ‘kaunse jaati ke hain aap?’ Even after 70 years of Independence we deal with this shit. This film, loosely based on a true story depicts why India with a population of 1,326,801,000, ranks at the end of the list when the medal tally is adjusted and calculated on a per capita basis. Unlike every other Bollywood sports film, there is no compromise on the reality of sports in our country. The screenplay deserves to be recognised at the highest level. The film is entertaining as hell and even when it derails to melodramatic elements it comes back with a witty scenario that is absolutely relatable. I felt the direction evolved beautifully and not one moment of the film was boring. Anurag Kashyap is back in the game and like every film he makes the underlying themes are fully realised. Even the soundtrack is filled with innuendos that make sense considering the subject matter. There is always an unpredictable energy in his films that makes them super interesting. Vineet Kumar Singh is currently my favourite actor. What a performance! He lived through the character. His expressions and body language everything was so detailed that I forgot about how ‘Ugly’ he was in Ugly (2014). Each and every supporting character displayed their unique characteristics aptly. This is something that I love about Anurag Kashyap films, he brings out truthfulness in all his actors (which is what it’s supposed to be!). I despise Bollywood style over acting. Absolutely unrealistic in every sense. Particularly why I love watching our anarchist’s films. Bharat Mata Ki Jai!
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