At the point when Sudden Death meets Hotel Mumbai, they get something like a SOS Kolkata. However, as you leave the theater, you’ll have a straightforward inquiry — for what reason do some Bengali producers give so little significance to research and character outlines? SOS Kolkata might have marked all the privilege boxes had its producers given somewhat more significance to these two perspectives.
Above all else, the two most significant characters — ‘Specialist 9’ Zakir Ahmed and tech head Amanda Jones — watch fairly strange in a Kolkata hostile to dread unit. While Zakir (Yash) lives in a luxurious loft and purchases another for his parents in law after Sanjana’s demise, Amanda (Nusrat) looks more like a character straight out of a Hollywood untamed life experience.
It is hard to track down a programmer turned-nerd with such a style sense. Also, given the way that there are no back stories to set up the past of the characters, Zakir’s rich way of life doesn’t exactly fit the part of a genuine cop.
At that point they go to the exploration bit. It’s evident from the activity scenes that the creators do not understand how strategic attack groups work. No military or police commando unit will actually assault equipped fear mongers from a place that completely opens them to adversary slugs.
However, in the film, we see them doing precisely that. Also, when a ‘take shots at sight’ request is out, no official would enjoy hand-to-hand battle with fear mongers when a slug can tackle the issue. Yet, Zakir appears to think that its better to exchange a couple of punches first, avoid a couple of shots a la Keanu Reeves in Matrix and afterward shoot them. Misuse of significant time they’d state, particularly when there are more psychological oppressors around who are killing more inn visitors constantly. Be that as it may, Zakir and friends barely appear to be made a big deal about who else is being butchered.
Their sole center is sparing the visitors going to his girl’s birthday celebration. Obviously they figure out how to do that and furthermore take out the psychological militants, yet the entire occurrence sort of leaves you numb. A lodging representative (Ena), who fights fear mongers with Zakir, a feared psychological oppressor, called the Ghost by in all honesty Interpol in view of his subtlety, is found over and over by Zakir and his group, an ATS tech group that figures out muddled alphanumeric codes in a matter of seconds — the rundown continues forever.
In spite of having a content filled with openings, group SOS Kolkata figures out how to set up a nice show. The acting is never ridiculous, the music is acceptable and the embellishments, very respectable. Mimi, Yash and Nusrat (on the off chance that they disregard her abnormal style sense) have done equity to their characters. Be that as it may, the stalwarts in the cast — Sabyasachi Chakrabarty and Shantilal Mukherjee — scarcely get enough screen time or extension to show their courage.