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Star Cast: Sanjay Mishra, Neena Gupta, Saurabh Sachdeva, Manav Vij, Diwakar Kumar
Director: Jaspal Singh Sandhu, Rajiv Baranwal
Released Date: 09-12-22
Shambhunath Mishra is a retired school teacher from Gwalior who borrows money from Prajapati Pandey, a local goon moneylender, to educate his son and help him settle abroad. Whenever Prajapati came to Shambhunath’s house for recovery, he would sit in his house and consume meat and alcohol. The debt-ridden Brahmin couples can’t even stop him.
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Not only this, Prajapati would also bring girls to their house and do ayyashi. On the other hand, after settling abroad, his son starts neglecting his parents and no one helps them. One day Shambhunath’s patience is broken and he kills Prajapati.
He carried out this incident in such a foolproof manner that the policeman could not reach him. Shambhunath believed that Prajapati was not a human being, he was an asura and that asuras were killed but killed. So he didn’t do anything wrong.
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His troubles increase when a local leader and policeman start looking for Prajapati. The whole story is based on whether the police are able to crack Shambhunath’s foolproof plan or not.
At first glance, it seems that the slaughter can go the way of the gardener. But that didn’t happen and this film has brought something else. Is there such a thing as an ideal crime and can only an experienced criminal cleverly hide evidence? This notion has been broken in slaughter.
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The culprit in this thriller is a humble, helpless and retired teacher Shambhunath Mishra (Sanjay Mishra), who is trying to make a living while repaying the debt. The moneylender, Prajapati Pandey (Sumit Sachdeva), uses the house of a pure vegetarian family to drink alcohol, eat meat and have relationships with women. Shambhunath and his wife Leave Manju (Neena Gupta) to clean up after that.
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Director-writer duo Jaspal Singh Sandhu (who is also seen in a cameo) and Rajeev Baranwal’s outing is an interesting crossover between small town, slice-of-life cinema and pointed thrillers. The world and struggles of the Mishra couple have been shown very well. Sanjay Mishra and Neena Gupta’s acting is strong.
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Saurabh Sachdeva creates terror and plays his role well. Shakti Singh of Manav Vij is a tricky character, who is corrupt but not completely evil. From the streets of Gwalior to big forts and historical places, Sapan Narula’s cinematography is commendable, as well as background music.
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The slaughter doesn’t seem to be drawn in any way. The pre-interval part has a lot of ‘shock value’ and it manages to set the stage for the second half. Similarly there is a twist towards the ending, which tries the dynamics of the film. Sanjay Mishra enters his character as easily as ever and is fit.
In the second part, he uses his eyes to hide Shambhunath’s real intentions. He also shows off his vulnerable side in a heart-wrenching scene in which he is beaten up by goons.
Neena Gupta is also fit with Sanjay Mishra. She is at her best in a scene where she chants ‘Sin ho gaya’. Neena Gupta looks perfect as always and seeing the truth of this scene, it feels that she deserves a big role.
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Saurabh Sachdeva and Manav Vij have done their best despite the burden of one dimensional characters. There is no scope for music. The producer of vadh has kept the film serious, so unnecessary music is not filled in the film. The background score seems very common after a few points, which is a main cult for a thriller. Other technical aspects, such as dialogues and cinematography are good but not really exceptional.
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But half of the film seems out of a Hindi pulp novel, in which a humble man is asked to hide a shocking secret. Some parts of the film become a bit dull. It almost feels like they’ve been separated from the news headlines. The story keeps the audience hooked. The overall film won’t let you move from the seat.