1 Year of Malang: 5 reasons why Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani’s film was loved by the audiences

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1 Year of Malang: 5 reasons why Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani’s film was loved by the audiences
Amid the romantic films in Valentine’s month nearing their release date last year, February kicked in with an action-thriller no one was expecting. Directed by Mohit Suri, Malang took its viewers on a wild ride of mystery, action, excitement, and a whole lot of drama. From Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani's sizzling chemistry to Anil Kapoor’s classic cop-role, the trailer of this movie created a lot of buzz with its intriguing plot.

Here are 5 reasons why Malang instantly became a must-watch blockbuster:

Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani’s first on-screen pairing

The movie that witnessed the duo’s chemistry for the first time on the big screen had audiences crave for more. In the film, Aditya plays the role of a self-acclaimed introvert, and Disha, a free-spirited extrovert cross paths and fall in love with each other. The engaging love story soon transforms in terms of the character’s build-up.

The plot comes with its twists

Malang is not just a mushy romance tale, but there is an undercurrent of thrill all through the narrative. The trailer that started with a light-hearted story with pastel visuals and soft music soon turned into a dark gory setting with the cast explaining what ‘Killing’ means to them. This layered aspect of the film is inevitably one of the reasons why it gained popularity.

Anil Kapoor’s 'jhakaas' acting

One of Bollywood's all-time favourite cops, Anil Kapoor, thanks to his roles in movies such as Ram Lakhan and Race, donned the khaki uniform once again for the movie. As the actor becomes younger by the day, he also picks roles that showcase his evergreen and fun-loving personality. In Malang, we see exactly that, topped with the star in his feisty new look.

Goa’s best travel guide

While planning a vacation, one looks through magazines or reads articles on the internet to figure out what’s the best place to break free. But a single movie urging viewers to plan their next holiday sounds unlikely. Well, brace yourselves, because this two-hour movie will force you to visit the amazing state of Goa at least once.

Groove to some of the best tracks

One of the best tracks from the movie includes 'Humraah’ which features the two leads, Aditya and Disha as they explore Goa. Another soul-stirring single ‘Chal Ghar Chalen’ from the movie is not only catchy but will also make you fall in love with its lyrics. 

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Anonymous : I is overrated it showed how it’s normal to have drugs
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