After seeing Caller Bomb released on Disney Plus Hotstar and thinking about its review, I thought what are the cool things that I can honestly say something to my readers about. Sadly, I didn’t find anything that great in the movie. Except if someone is a Jimmy Shergill fan, the type of viewer who has to watch a movie every day, or just wants to glimpse a beautiful mountain through the eyes of a camera, they can see Collar Bomb without hesitation. Otherwise, there is nothing in this that compels or advises any reader to watch the movie.
Actually, in the name of suspense thriller, Gyanesh Jhoting has made such a joke that what to say now. If audiences regard this movie as the criteria of thriller, then despite being a good movie in the future, people will shy away from the thriller name. You’ll start to see the necklace bomb incident. I do not understand who is the real culprit for creating such a cinematic disaster. The writer who brought history with a better philosophy but could not weave it properly. The story was not directed correctly. Or there wasn’t even such an editor for the project, who could have cropped the images and made it a bit snappy. Or all the actors in the movie, except Jimmy Shergill and Rajshree Deshpande, who couldn’t understand the story and their character correctly and made the necklace bomb just because they were about to appear in a movie. The errors are so many and so layered that the film ends before it even begins.
The past of Manoj Hessey (Jimmy Shergill), a Sanawar super cop, follows him. And because of his one crime, many people’s lives are on the brink of death. In the name of suspense thriller, many attempts were made to snap hooks, but because there is nothing stable, the story is shattered. There is no entertainment left in the dispersion, no acting, no thought provoking thing in which only the horses of the mind must race. Nothing is seen except running for about an hour and a half. The stigma of the Hindu-Muslim conflict in politics and society was forced. The movie ends ten to twenty minutes after the start. The school building looks fake except for some beautiful places. Netaji, the police, the mob gathered for the lynching of the old Muslim man and even a group of commandos came for the anti-terrorist operation. The one who is a terrorist is seen as a victim in the second frame. Subsequently, many twists of the base leg have been inserted.
The single episode of Sony TV’s CID program is very heavy on an hour and a half full call bomb. Only one thing is understood throughout the film: the crime committed by one person in the past leads to many crimes in the future and the next generations can definitely be affected. A few years ago, “Cloud Atlas” by Hollywood star Tom Hanks tried to reflect roughly the same philosophy (with each crime and each goodness we are born our future, that is, with each crime and goodness we create our future). But it was not a thriller. If Gyanesh Jhoting had to explain the same, it would have been better if Jimmy had done a webinar on Shergill and other artists and told people about it. There was no need to spend so many resources making necklace bombs in the name of the thriller.
The Caller Bomb trailer is way better than the entire Gyanesh Jhoting movie. At least it is so effective that after watching it, it awakens the desire to see the entire movie.
I’m only sorry for Jimmy Shergill. It seems like he doesn’t get movies anymore and takes a risk like a necklace bomb just to remain a hero. While he is an incredible actor. There is a lot of power in his eyes, demeanor, acting, delivery of dialogue. In many films such as Haasil, Mohabbatein, Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster and Special 26, Jimmy has shown what Bala is. Despite this, the Hindi producer-directors are unprepared to portray him as a lawyer. By law, stories must be written for Jimmy. By consuming it like this, its range will be depleted.