The story follows Yashvardhan (Jackie Shroff) a real estate developer in Gurgaon known for illegal works, due to Yashvardhan’s top crew member Ajay (Arjun Kapoor) who leaves no evidence after a job is done. The police department then capture Ajay and torture him, while they send out Ajay’s lookalike, Vishal, to Yashvardhan. Vishal joins the crew and becomes an informer, whilst Ajay is being tortured into snitching all of Yashvardhan’s business secrets. It is further revealed that Ajay and Vishal were twins who were separated and now the Police is taking advantage of it.
The music of the film is composed by Amartya Rahut and Vipin Mishra lyrics penned by Puneet Sharma, Manoj Kumar Nath and Vipin Mishra. Aurangzeb has interesting compositions and the music is well put together, but not an all round soundtrack as it won’t appeal to the masses.
Performances so far:
Arjun Kapoor manages to switch between his double roles in the movie. He does an impressive job, but, someone, who can called as the show stealer is none other than Rishi Kapoor. He is too good and just marvellous. On the other hand, Jackie Shroff too excels in his evil role, and Swara Bhaskar is breathtaking.
Vertdict so far: Amidst a lot of hype, we aren’t that impressed with Aurangzeb, but, the film needs a special mention when it comes to some A-one performances.