Risk (2007)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Action, Drama
46 %
Total Reviews: 11
Sahi: 5 Nahi: 6

Review Summary: RISK is letdown by a weak and predictable script. At the box-office the Mumbai theme and flavor will restrict its prospects to...

Average Critic Rating: (2.45)
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Plot: For years, Khalid Bin Zamal has ruled the Mumbai crime underworld by staying in Bangkok, Thailand. Despite his distance from Mumbai, Khalid is able to control his Mumbai empire through keeping his the ruling members of his network very close to him. He is also ruthless and shows no hesitation... Read more

Risk - Movie Reviews

Too loose a script too many fringe characters and repetitive action end up making this a risky venture.
Times of India
Not worth the risk
Rajeev Masand
RISK is letdown by a weak and predictable script. At the box-office the Mumbai theme and flavor will restrict its prospects to...
Bollywood Hungama
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Vishram Sawant  Akbar Sami, Bapi, Tutul, Sandesh Shandilya  Amitabh Varma, Sandeep Nath, Sudhir  Randeep Hooda, Vinod Khanna, Tanushree Dutta, Seema Biswas, Yashpal Sharma, Makarand Deshpande.By Martin D'Souza, Bollyw
Glam Sham
Randeep Hooda may not be having a superstar father to shower 'excessive' praise on his performance. But if his deliriously heartwarming portrayal of an encounter specialist in Vishram Sawant's 'Risk' is anything to go by, then this hunky dude is the most hardhitting news of year 2007. So far. In an author backed role, he impresses not only with his stone faced determination, grip on Marathi lingo and sedate body language but also with a vulnerable humane side (especially when the news of his mother's heart attack filters to him before an encounter). At many an occasion, the resemblance (both physical as well as contextual) with sullied encounter specialist Daya Nayak is hard to be missed as well. Same can be said about 'Risk'. Shouldn't be missed!
India Glitz
At various points in this film, characters say, “Itna to risk lena padta hai” (This much of a risk has to be taken), which makes you think, if that is so, why didn’t Vishram Sawant take a risk with a fresh subject and style?
The film belongs to the action genre and hence has a lot of violence, blood and goreThe genre has been explored time and again, especially by Ramgopal Varma in his films Company, Satya and ShivaThe script has nothing new and novel to offer although the sc
Bollywood Mantra
On the face of it, it may seem that director Vishram Sawant (who made D) may have taken a risk by casting a relatively new actor like Randeep Hooda to play the protagonist in Risk.
Mind it, he has that fire
Smash Hits
The film, I believe, is based on the story of the "encounter" cop Daya Nayak (and they do thank him in the credits). While other cops are in on the "take", Inspector Suryakant Satam (Hooda) has a dirty but necessary job. He is busy ridding Bombay of gangs
Planet Bollywood