Parineeti Chopra’s most talked and anticipated venture titled Tiranga has been released in theatres today. Well we see Parineeti playing an agent who is on a mission as the best person for the mission is needed to be deployed hence, team chosed Parineeti for the same. Faced with an especially hard undercover undertaking aimed at taking out a terrorist hiding somewhere in Turkey, the Indian undercover agent organization leader asserts that “we want our satisfactory guy for the task”. Turns out that “the exceptional guy for the process” is a woman, an elite secret agent with a track report to die for. The gender twist on the heart of the Code call Tiranga narrative is ready the handiest facet of the movie that deserves any serious attention. The rest of the blustery however sputtering undercover agent mystery, for all its pyrotechnics, is all smoke and no fireplace. Motion choreography receives the most percentage of credit score, as the story of this espionage mystery is quite predictable right from the beginning. The movie’s script might have been better; as an alternative, it appears to be a mash-up of many such motion thrillers, which include Ek Tha Tiger, Raazi and others. But, this one fell short of a solid storyline, and well-notion-out screenplay that justified the action scenes.
Speaking of character performance, individually Parineeti has done a very good job and watching her onscreen is really refreshing. Just as Kangana Ranaut, did in Dhakad, Parineeti too had given her best to perform all those action scenes. Playing as Pati’s love interest Harry too had done a tremendous job but coming to the antagonist Sharad’s performance, it has been too weakly potrayed and written and hence thats where the film lies back. Taking dig at the storyline, there is nothing much new to see. We have witnessed the same elements of love and thrill before and hence the plot seems weak in that case. The movie is slated to have a 2.5 star rating out of 5.