When an actor becomes a brand, you might have the newest and most distinguishable story at your disposal, but the film seems the more of the same. In this instance, more of the same valour, more of the same machismo, more of the same dialogue delivery. And it is indeed becoming tiring.
In fact, except for the fact that a different war-time story is being narrated, the war scenes, the war cries, are all just way too familiar to be intriguing. Not to miss the adulating woman in the house. The only hope then is that we will know the details of the strategising and the non-war parts of the story.
Kesari releases on 21 March 2019.
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