Commando – A One Man Army (Hindi Movie / Bollywood Film / Indian Cinema DVD)

Commando – A One Man Army (Hindi Movie / Bollywood Film / Indian Cinema DVD)

The film is a high-octane, action-packed thriller starring Vidyut Jammwal who plays a special-ops secret agent for the Indian Armed Services. During one of the missions the commando’s chopper is shot down & is now behind enemy-lines.
From here on the commando embarks on a survival mission battling physically challenging environments, gun totting enemies in foreign land & is en route to his base. The commando uses his intense training, well honed survival & combat skills against the enemy in the

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2 thoughts on “Commando – A One Man Army (Hindi Movie / Bollywood Film / Indian Cinema DVD)

  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good action, October 30, 2013
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    This review is from: Commando – A One Man Army (Hindi Movie / Bollywood Film / Indian Cinema DVD) (DVD)
    Vidyut jamwal action is good but compared to salman khan who does fake action, like cgi and cables e.t.c the only est martial artists in Bollywood is akshay kumar who was the first actor in Bollywood with proper talent and great martial art skills and currently holds a 6th can black belt in karate. Vidyut is still young and he can make it big in Bollywood if he sticks to his acting coz they u need acting to survive in the Bollywood industry anyone can do action.

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  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great martial arts, August 15, 2013
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    This review is from: Commando – A One Man Army (Hindi Movie / Bollywood Film / Indian Cinema DVD) (DVD)
    First of all – I am not sure why Vidyut Jamwal is not mentioned anywhere on the product detail page here, as he is the one and only star of this martial arts flick – and after Force, where he was an opponent to John Abraham, this is even more incomprehensible! Rising star of hand to hand combat, with his unique combination of indian fighting style kalari with gymnastics of all things (and some others for a good measure), he is something to behold. I am very glad, as much as I like Salu with his punching style, that real martial arts arrived finaly to the indian filming industry (not only Bollywood, malayalam Urumi being another fine example of this, if not so refined). The story is very simple one of saving a lady in distress – very badly written role, I must say, even though Pooja Chopra is doing her best and even jumped 80 meters to the water herself, without stunt double! – and a knight in the shining armour (okay, dirty T-shirt) going to her help against local mob-head. We have seen the fight of one against a horde in the forest many times before in Rambo, Commando and others. But this movie is really just about one thing – to show Vidyut Jamwal at his best, and in this it succeeds perfectly. What disturbs me a wee little bit is the ending (little spoiler here, but anyone who is watching this kind of movies could have seen it from the beginning), when the hero takes justice into his own hands, which trend penetrates more often into indian cinema these days and irks a bit my sense of justice, but then, this is different culture then mine, after all.
    Very good picture transfer, some behind the scene footage.
    I’d give five stars, but the story is really really very simple, so…

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