2012 | UA | Hindi | 122 minutes | Thriller
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Kahaani is one of the motion pictures which clears how to grasp watchers\ interest and consideration quite well. <br> <br>From the startling beginning to the unusual consummation, it demonstrates fruitful to intrigue the watcher. The prearranging, projecting, and composing is simply marvelous. Each entertainer offered avocation to his/her job, particularly Vidya Balan depicting each feel forthright. <br> <br>The story is profoundly interesting, a treat for anticipation spine chiller darlings. <br> <br>The lone thing which I didn\t care for was giving the hero a touch of karma factor to be alive till the last. <br>To a wrongdoing spine chiller noob, this film would be nothing to a lesser extent a goldmine. The story has been consummately done by its cast individuals. How Vidya Balan did her job (extraordinarily the closure) left me in goosebumps *.* the entire goddess Durga thing was likewise done with greatness. The imagery is extremely evident all through the film. Amitabh Bachchan\s voice was only the additional touch that this film expected to drive it to unrivaled (as far as anyone is concerned) greatness. <br> <br>A genuine story weaved well and executed amazingly. The hero and the adversary both make their quality felt particularly the negative character. Indranil Sengupta as the maverick dark operations specialist of IB sparkles in his job. Supporting projects support the film all through. Watch it for a sensible connection with the story. A portion of the merits of the scene locks in. The peak isn\t unsurprising that is the reason I adored the scene in which the foe is repressed underhand. Credit to Sujit Ghosh.