A Gentleman

A Gentleman-Sundar, Susheel, Risky’, directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK is not a typical judwaa brothers film. It is quirky, stylish action thriller with interesting twists and turns. For the first time Sidharth Malhotra is playing double role and Jacqueline Fernandez plays his love interest. The first part will hook the audience to 70mm screen.

Gaurav and Rishi are two identical twins both played by Sidharth Malhotra. The duo is poles apart. Gaurav is cool, office going guy, an apt guy for the parents hunting a perfect match for their respective daughters. Gaurav is employed, owns a house, cooks his own food and the list of his good habits goes on. He dreams are as simple and precise as he is. He wants a beautiful wife, two kids and a dog. Kavya (Jacqueline Fernandez) is Gaurav’s love interest and office colleague who finds Gaurav too cute to commit mistakes.

But Rishi is totally opposite of Gaurav. He is puzzling, always in ready mode to break bones and leads a risky life as an agent of a spy ring named Unit X led by Colonel (Suniel Shetty). To lead a clean life, Rishi ran away from Colonel but the latter left no stone unturned to crack down Rishi.

It is most exciting to watch Rishi crosses paths with Gaurav.

Speaking about the performances, Sidharth Malhotra as Gaurav and Rishi well played. He has enacted both the parts gentlemanly well. Sid has very well differentiated both the characters.

Jacqueline has raised the mercury level with her oomph factor. She enacts her part well and she rocked in her new hair-style. Jacqueline’s chemistry with Sidharth was sizzling. she not only looked fantastic but her pole dance was also superb.

Suneil Shetty as usual impactful and is a fun to watch.

Choreography and Cyril Raffaelli, Parvez Shaikh, George Aguilar's action sequences were top-notch. ‘A Gentleman’ scores high in technical field. Roman Jakobi's cinematography was top class. The beautiful locales of Miami, Thailand and Mumbai are awesomely captured. Sachin-Jigar's music fails to impress. Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK’s direction was average but script was not water-tight.

In the nutshell, ‘A Gentleman’ is not a delightful watch. The film disappoints.