Murder at Teesri Manzil 302 is a painful watch, complains Namrata Thakker.

Murder at Teesri Manzil 302 is not Irrfan Khan’s best work.

It’s a type of uncommon motion pictures that compels you to marvel why the late actor agreed to do it within the first place.

Ranvir Shorey (Abhishek) performs a rich businessman who lives in Thailand together with his spouse Maya (Deepal Shaw).

One day, she mysteriously disappears.

Ranvir’s character is not puzzled sufficient to search around for his spouse.

Instead, he heads straight to his workplace the place he will get a name from the kidnapper (performed by Irrfan).

Next, we see two law enforcement officials (Lucky Ali and Nausheen Ali Sardar) attempting to resolve the case.

 

Despite being a thriller, the film by no means surprises you.

In the appearing division, sadly nobody delivers, together with Irrfan.

Ranvir, who’s a flexible character actor, fails miserably to place up a good efficiency.

The remainder of the forged overacts.

Lucky Ali tries to be a cocky police officer, however comes throughout as a determined wannabe cool dude.

Television actress Nausheen is bearable compared to Deepal Shaw who tries too arduous to behave however does not know the craft at all.

The movie is so badly executed that inside the first 10 minutes, you begin questioning why you’re even watching it.

As if the sloppy path and boring story is not sufficient, the makers even slide into the erotic style for a bit, making it cringe-worthy.

They have tried to infuse some comedian parts, however none of jokes land accurately.

Murder at Teesri Manzil 302 was made 10 years in the past and that is manifestly evident. But even when this film had launched in 2012, it could have bombed at the field workplace.

It’s a painful watch, particularly as a result of it stars Irrfan Khan. He has achieved such phenomenal work and that is what he must be remembered for.

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