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Blackmail (2018) 1080p

Blackmail is a movie starring Irrfan Khan, Kirti Kulhari, and Urmila Matondkar. When Dev finds out his wife is cheating on him, he secretly blackmails his wife and her lover as a form of revenge.

IMDB: 7.02 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Comedy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.22G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 138
  • IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 80 / 335

The Synopsis for Blackmail (2018) 1080p

Dev Kaushal is a full time working man with an unexcited life on the requests of his friend Anand.He decides to surprise his wife Reena in order to make it exciting.But when he reaches home to surprise her he is shocked to see his wife with her boyfriend Ranjeet.Dev then decides to blackmail him and extort money from or else he will tell about his secret affair to his wife Dolly.


The Director and Players for Blackmail (2018) 1080p

[Director]Abhinay Deo
[Role:]Irrfan Khan
[Role:]Divya Dutta
[Role:]Urmila Matondkar
[Role:]Kirti Kulhari


The Reviews for Blackmail (2018) 1080p


Make sure you watch it - Filled with electrifying comic scenes !!!Reviewed byKetan GuptaVote: 9/10

Situational comedy is fun to watch since you might never know what will come next and the surprise element will make you laugh-a-loud. Andaz Apna Apna, Chachi 420, Padosan, Angoor, Choti Si Baat, Gol Maal (1979) , Chashme Badoor, Jaani Bhi Do Yaaron, Chameli Ki Shaadi, Pushpak or even Hera Phera were some of the films that left a lasting impression in your mind with hilarious diaologues and comic act. Come forward to 2018 and we have a similar genre of comedy in form of Blackmail. Will it be as crazy as Delhi Belly ? Let us find out ..

Black Mail tells the story of a middle-class office going guy, Dev Kaushal (Irrfan Khan), who wants to re-ignite the sour relationship with his wife (Kirti Kulhari). After being suggested by his peer at work, he decides to surprise his wife one night when he reaches home early than his usual time. To his dismay, he finds his wife having affair with her ex-boyfriend (Arunoday Singh). Dev does not get angry at the situation but chalks out a plan so that even he can benefit from it.

Abhinay Deo and Pervez Shaikh (writer) goes a step ahead and does not limit the movie by just husband blackmailing his wife. They create situations where there is a series of blackmailers involved and everyone wants to grab a piece of cake. Now the best part of watching Blackmail is its earnest comic scenes and timings. Secnes like Dev's boss (brilliant played by 3 idiots's Chatur a.ka. Omi Vaidya) trying to sell toilet papers, Arundhoya Singh's father-in-law threatening to take back his money at the dinner table, Dev stealing the photos of wives from his office colleague and even from his boss for pleasure every night when nobody is at office. The most hilarious scene was when he could not find anything, he took the poster of a female model to the rest room. Each and every character is brilliantly defined and it is fun to watch them play their part. While the first half has its share of moments, second half gets more meatier when more characters gets involved and it becomes a series of blackmailing. The film might get repetitive and editing could have helped making the film much more smarter than it is. Also, background score is adequate and goes well with the scenes but none of the songs will be remembered once you leave the theater. Hats off to the screenplay and dialogues who keeps you glued to the screen. Nothing much can be said about the Art Direction and Cinematography while length of the film could be trimmed by few minutes. The item song featuring Urmilla Matondkar was disappointing.

Irrfan Khan is epitome of talent. The brilliant actor, who explored his career with serious roles like Maqbool, Haasil, Paan Singh Tomar or Talwar is giving comedy films a new meaning with his quirky and witty dialogues. With Piku, Hindi Medium, Qarib Qarib Singlle and now Blackmail, Irrfan Khan steals the show with his perfect expression of taking situation-as-it-comes and bringing out humor in it. The other actor who did well was Arunoday Singh. He was really good in his comic timings. There is a scene where he secretly meets Kirti Kulhari in a theater and instead of focusing on the situation, he checks out a girl sitting in the front row who he remembered was there with some other guy previously.

Overall, Blackmail is one hell of a ride filled with twist and turns that will surely be enjoyed. Go for it 4/5

Waste of 2hr 18mReviewed byhus_theheroVote: 1/10

One of the most meaningless plots I have come accross in my time with bollywood movies. The storyline seems to be work of an eight year old. It was a mistake to go in blind at first day first show.

An excellent film with awesome script/screenplay but also, an abrupt ending.Reviewed byAbhay BhattVote: 9/10

This is a film with outstanding writing/screenplay - PERIOD! There are many kinds of films...some are acting centric, some are direction centric and some are visual centric, this is a writing centric film, which means it's screenplay, is outstanding compared to it's other aspects, and comes out as it's primary selling point and attraction.

It's been some time since the era of screenplay centric films in Bollywood began. I think, now it is flourishing.

Humor is good, subtle, novel, and is well written into the script. Some new, refreshing and skilled cast is also a plus point.

I have only one major complaint with the movie and that is it's abrupt ending. The ending is unexpected and surprising in the sense that at that point, it seems that the film will go on for atleast 15-20 minutes more. There is an improper closure, and viewers would have to use their imagination a bit to conclude things; I would have preferred a more proper closure to the investigation. But taking this aspect of the ending out, the ending seems well written with a good touch of irony.

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