Code Name Tiranga Review: Is the movie worth watching?
Code Name Tiranga Review:  Is the movie worth watching?

Parineeti Chopra is one of the most renowned faces in Bollywood. The actress‘s Code Name Tiranga has already hit the screens.  The actress is playing the role of spy in her upcoming film. 

Story of Code Name Tiranga

The film is based on the spy and thriller. It features her own colleague, Ajay Bakshi, played by Dibyendu Bhattacharya, after he is accused of joining hands with the most wanted terrorist, Khalid Omar (Sharad Kelkar), RAW has been chasing Omar since the 2001 Indian Parliament attacks, but to no avail. So, the RAW chief nominates its best officer, Durga, to take on the job and send her to Afghanistan, where she liaises with Bakshi to kill Omar

 Durga (Parineeti) is now Ismat in Afghanistan.  As per her mission, she befriends Dr Mirza Ali (Harrdy Sandhu) and eventually gets married to him. But will this move help Durga find Omar’s location. The story is all about Will Mirza forgive her after she is expose or  What will Durga choose - her love or RAW’s 20-year-old mission.

Code Name Tiranga Review

The movie offers a couple of good action scenes. It is one of those films where you think 'maybe the first half is boring, it will pick pace in the second half'. But you will get disappointed by second half also.  Code Name: Tiranga has absolutely no continuation after the interval.  Some scenes are very fast and some scenes even stretch for 15 minutes.

Some scenes and dialogues are very illogical. Parineeti Chopra delivers a power-packed performance in Code Name: Tiranga. Her action scenes look flawless and well rehearsed but the bad plot she fails to make an impact. Her chemistry with Harrdy Sandhu also doesn't match. Dibyendu Bhattacharya has done a great job. The story is based on very good concept but the implementation is quite disappointing. One may feel disappointed after watching the picture.

Code Name Tiranga'  stars Harrdy Sandhu In the film, Parineeti will be seen playing the role of a raw agent. For her role, she has learned the Israeli martial art form. The movie also stars Krav MagaSharad Kelkar, Rajit Kapur, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Shishir Sharma, Sabyasachi Chakraborty and Deesh Mariwala are also a part of 'Code Name Tiranga', which will hit the theatres on October 14.

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