Trapped Hindi Movie Review
Trapped is a Hindi-language Indian film directed by Vikramaditya Motwane. The film, a survival thriller, stars Rajkummar Rao, whose character is shut in a Mumbai apartment.
“Trapped” focuses on one man’s battle for survival. He is not on a betrayed island (‘Cast Away’) or a disconnected gully (‘127 Hours’) or a sea (‘Life of Pi’) however in a Mumbai apartment, appropriate amidst a swarmed road.
“Shaurya” (Rajkummar Rao) must cull up the “fearlessness” (play on words planned) to remain alive after he incidentally secures himself up his new leased flat in a devastate Mumbai skyscraper, for just about seven days. To compound the situation, his telephone battery kicks the bucket and since the building is without inhabitants, power and water or sustenance supply, Shaurya must take extraordinary measures to survive this sudden bad dream.
- Rajkummar Rao’s ability as an actor to portray this ordeal is astounding.
- Geetanjali Thapa is pleasant.
- The way the hero has trapped inside the flat and also those happenings seems to be real and draws the viewer’s attention to the story.
- ‘Trapped’ does test your patience after a while.
- There will also be doubts about the protagonist’s intelligence and sanity.
- A few occurrences seem implausible.
Rating: 3.5/ 5