Trapped Movie 2017 Review , Rating , Story , And Cast | Rajkummar Rao, Geetanjali Thapa, Vikramaditya Motwane | Bollywood Movie Reviews 2017

Composed by Epuri Siva Prasad | On March 18, 2017

Trapped Movie Rating : 3.5/5

Cast: Rajkummar Rao, Geetanjali Thapa

Direction : Vikramaditya Motwane

Genre: Thriller

Duration : 1 hour 42 minutes

Trapped Movie Story: ​

"Shaurya" (Rajkummar Rao) must cull up the "Courage" (pun intended) to remain alive after he locked himself in his newly rented apartment  in a destroy Mumbai high-rise, for right around seven days. To exacerbate the situation, his telephone battery bites the dust and since the building is without occupants, power and water or sustenance supply, Shaurya must take outrageous measures to survive this startling bad dream.

Trapped Movie Review:

"Trapped" fixates on one man's battle for survival. He is not on an abandoned island ('Cast Away') or a segregated ravine ('127 Hours') or a sea ('Life of Pi') however in a Mumbai loft, ideal amidst a swarmed road. Vikramaditya Motwane's brightness lies in transforming this clueless setup into an unpleasant play area.

Refusal transforms into frenzy as the sun sets and a feeling of claustrophobia sneaks in making you hold your breath. You feel detained on that level alongside the hero who does whatever it takes to survive, notwithstanding confronting his dread of rats. His mental trips turn into yours. Appetite can transform one into a monster, so this present one's surely not for the timid. It frequently makes your squirm in your seat with its horrifying procedures. You do hurl a moan of alleviation after the film finishes and esteem your opportunity on exiting. The prospect that you have the benefit to glut on some rich roadside Pav Bhaji that Shaurya proved unable, is a demonstration of the producers' triumph.

Driving this small time show is a breathtaking Rajkummar Rao, who permits the film to exclusively feast upon his character's despondency. His capacity as a performer to depict this trial is bewildering. Geetanjali Thapa is lovely.

Be that as it may, given the way of the story, "Trapped" tests your understanding before long. You additionally question the hero's knowledge and rational soundness. Why might you lease a level from a questionable specialist, in a vacant building? A couple of events appear to be improbable. Why even fire doesn't draw any consideration? In any case, the mounting strain makes you disregard these defects and a bloated run time. 'SH** happens'!

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