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Blackout Review Vikrant Massey Sunil Grover Mouni Roy Film On Jio Cinema June 7

Blackout Review – The gripping story revolves around journalist Lenny D’Souza (Vikrant Massey) and the array of eccentric characters he encounters while on the run. ‘Blackout’ has all the elements of a mainstream masala movie.

The plot weaves intricately through how Lenny D’Souza’s life becomes entangled in his own web of lies and deceit, and how he escapes an unexpected robbery despite facing life-threatening situations.

The most striking aspect of the film is its constant unpredictability, which keeps the audience entertained and engrossed till the end.

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Written and directed by Devang Shashin Bhavsar, the narrative style of this suspense thriller is taut and crisp, ensuring that there is never a dull moment. The dialogues are sharp, witty and often laugh-out-loud. Each character in the film brings something unique to the table, keeping the entertainment high.

From the captivating screenplay to the engaging storytelling, brilliant camera work, brilliant editing, sharp writing and high production values—all combine seamlessly to create a laugh riot full of thrills and chills.


Vikrant Masse gave a remarkable performance as the hero. He portrays one of the most complex characters in the film with such ease and ease that it showcases his versatility. Watching Vikrant Massey navigate through chaotic situations throughout the film, it’s hard to imagine another actor embodying the character so brilliantly. His effortless performance underlines that there are very few actors who are as extraordinary in their roles as he is.

Sunil Grover as the alcoholic Shayar Asghar Don wins hearts with his eccentric behavior and unique characteristics. Traditionally known as a comedian, Sunil Grover shows off his acting chops and proves that he can be equally funny even when he’s not cracking jokes.

Playing characters who don’t hesitate to kill for money, Jishu Sengupta and Mouni Roy shine in their respective roles. Actors like Chhaya Kadam, Karan Sudhakar Sonavane, Saurabh Dilip Gadge, Ruhani Sharma and Ananthvijay Joshi also do full justice to their roles.

The narrator is the character who grabs everyone’s attention despite not being seen throughout the film. Anil Kapoor enthralls the audience with his unique style, portraying one eccentric character after another.


After wowing the audience with his performance in 12th Failure, Vikrant Massey introduces a different side of himself in a full masala entertainer. ‘Blackout’ is a thorough entertainer and a must watch.

Blackout Review

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