Cast :

Akshay Kumar

Vani Kapoor

Huma Qureshi

Lara Dutta

Adil Hussain

In the surveillance thrill ride Bell Bottom, Akshay Kumar plays a Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) spy who passes by the code name 'Bell Bottom'. After a plane is commandeered and arrives in Amritsar, the seventh seizing incident in five years, Kumar is gotten to make all the difference. The film revolves around his arrangements of a challenging secret activity to protect 210 prisoners and kill four robbers. The way that his activity is associated with individual misfortune makes it more significant. 

Like a few other Kumar's movies that are enlivened by genuine episodes, this Ranjit Tiwari executive depends on the two occasions that occurred in the last part of the 70s and mid 80s during Indira Gandhi's time as the Prime Minister of India. It's praiseworthy that the film was shot during the pandemic across different areas in India and Scotland. 

Kumar's crushing passage as Bell Bottom unquestionably draws in certain whistles and cheering as one can't disregard the way that he looks smart at 53. He's thin, fit and spry, and sports a sharp Army-man character. Chime Bottom who is seen playing spouse to Vaani Kapoor is a public level chess player. He has a sharp memory and is conversant in Hindi, English, French and German. Vaani Kapoor as Kumar's better half is flawless on screen and even with a restricted screen time, she upholds her person well. The film likewise stars Adil Hussain, Huma Qureshi and Lara Dutta in critical jobs. Given the sort of buzz that the film had been producing, for the most part around Dutta's make-up, we can positively say that her makeover as previous Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is really slick. She is not really conspicuous! Huma Qureshi seems to take care of the Indian group while they salvage Indian residents stuck on the captured plane. 

Akshay Kumar is in full structure and constantly solid. He utilizes his star capacity without limit, with fervor. Depicting Indira Gandhi on screen is no mean accomplishment and Dutta looks sure and persuading in the part. Kumar's mom is played by Dolly Ahluwalia and they share some contacting just as amusing scenes together. 

Composed by Aseem Arrora and Parveez Shaikh, the film is connecting with and figures out how to hold your consideration for all of 123 minutes. In any case, you should clutch the entire activity as it unfurls as there is a great deal of to and fro in the storyline. The speed of the film stays consistent and the story and characters don't lose force. 

While you ride alongside the story, the occurrences that unfurl don't actually retain you inwardly. With a film of this kind, you'd anticipate a great deal of goosebump minutes, however this isn't the situation. Additionally, the film leaves you with a few unanswered inquiries, for example, the prisoners' misery and the psychological oppressors' capturing plans. The peak of the film is a bit disappointing and twists up suddenly. 

Generally speaking, the film is imperfect, yet it doesn't neglect to engage. 'Chime Bottom' experiences the appeal of a Bollywood, enormous scope business film that had the right to be delivered on the big screen. Also, obviously, the way that this film denotes the returning of theaters following quite a while of closure because of the second influx of the pandemic, moviegoers can get themselves an excellent film insight with this one.