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Maidaan Review - An Unforgettable Cinematic Journey with Ajay Devgn

I watched Maidaan starring Ajay Devgn, and I'm really impressed with his acting and the scripts he's been choosing since Shivaay. His performances are outstanding and unmatched. The movie is a great cinematic experience, with Ajay Devgn shining throughout. In the first half, the story builds up well, keeping me engaged despite its three-hour duration. I trust Ajay Devgn's choices in films these days. However, I felt that there could have been better chemistry between Ajay Devgn and Priya Mani, who played his wife. The film mainly focuses on Ajay Devgn's character and the football matches, so it makes sense that their relationship wasn't emphasized much. The first half has strong dialogues and excellent cinematography, making it enjoyable to watch. After the interval, the film takes a different turn with intense football matches. Although I'm not a football fan, I was excited to see how the story would unfold on the field. The supporting cast delivered brilliant performances, especially Gajraj Rao as a journalist. I despised his character throughout the film, which shows how well he portrayed it. The last hour of the film had me in tears and on the edge of my seat. Ajay Devgn's performance in this film is one of his best. Maidaan's delayed release becomes understandable when you see the quality of visuals, cinematography, acting, and overall production. The last 20 minutes made me feel like I was playing football myself, thanks to the incredible shots and sequences. Even if you're not a football enthusiast, you'll have a memorable experience watching these scenes. I also appreciated the end credits, which showcased the real players. The only downside I found was the lack of depth in the husband-wife connection, perhaps due to the film's length. However, it didn't significantly affect the overall experience. I'd rate Maidaan 9.5 out of 10 and highly recommend watching it in theaters.

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