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Wagah Movie review
Director: GNR Kumaravelan
Starcast: Vikram Prabhu, Ranya Rao, Karunas, Shaji Choudhary
Vasu (Vikram Prabhu) is a Border Security Force officer camped at the India-Pakistan border. His otherwise lonely life becomes all happy and colourful when he meets Khanam/Kajal (Ranya Rao) who hails from Pakistan. In an attempt to safely take her back to her parents, Vasu gets caught by Pakistani army officials and he is tortured in a secret cell along with other Indians. How he makes his way out from there and returns to his homeland forms the rest of the plot.
• Vikram Prabhu has put in some sincere efforts and his performance and role is intense as a BSF guard.
• The scenes shot at Kashmir are visually pleasing but a lot more could have been achieved using the naturally beautiful locales.
• Imman's background score blends really well with the plot and it's a major plus for the film.
• The director's efforts to show the difficult lives of army men/BSF officials have worked well.
• Ranya Rao looks beautiful as a Pakistani girl but she has delivered a weak performance.
• The dubbing is very poor and it affects the overall feel of most scenes.
• Songs are a forcefit.
• The screenplay is very amateurish with a lot of narration in the first half. Even the pace is extremely slow in the first half of the film.
• There are too many logical loopholes sewn in to suit the convenience of the plot.
Verdict: Wagah turns out to be just average. A film you can totally miss!