Review by Dr. Nitya Prakash

In the heart-pounding world of action cinema, where every leap, every punch, and every twist counts, “Crakk” attempts to carve its niche. Led by a stellar cast including Vidyut Jammwal, Arjun Rampal, Nora Fatehi, and Amy Jackson, the film promises a thrilling blend of mindless action and extreme sports. However, while it delivers on the adrenaline front, it falls short in weaving a compelling narrative.

Director Aditya Datt takes the helm, but amidst a sea of tropes and intentions, struggles to leave a lasting impression. “Crakk” aims to dazzle without depth, resulting in a concoction that often confuses rather than captivates. Despite its efforts to stand out with a fusion of action and extreme sports, the film lacks the substance to elevate it above the crowd of similar offerings in Bollywood.

The story follows Siddharth Dixit, portrayed by Vidyut Jammwal, a daredevil slum dweller whose passion for perilous stunts and survival sports leads him to the underground arena of Maidaan. Battling not only formidable opponents but also personal demons, Siddhu’s journey intertwines with themes of loss, redemption, and uncovering the truth behind his brother’s demise.

While “Crakk” delivers heart-pounding action sequences that leave viewers on the edge of their seats, it struggles to maintain coherence beyond the adrenaline rush. The narrative meanders, failing to provide clear direction or purpose, leaving audiences questioning the film’s underlying message.

Visually, the film shines, thanks to Vidyut Jammwal’s electrifying performance and the seamless integration of extreme sports into the action-packed sequences. However, inconsistent editing and a bloated runtime detract from the overall experience, allowing boredom to seep in where excitement should reign supreme.

The cast delivers commendable performances, with Arjun Rampal standing out as the formidable antagonist. However, Nora Fatehi and Amy Jackson, despite their screen presence, are underutilized, their characters failing to leave a significant impact amidst the chaos.


“Crakk” is a mixed bag of thrills and spills, catering primarily to adrenaline junkies craving a visual spectacle. While it may not inspire a generation of extreme sports enthusiasts, it offers a fleeting escape into a world where muscle reigns supreme. For fans of mindless action and Vidyut Jammwal’s trademark stunts, “Crakk” serves up a tantalizing treat on the big screen.

Ratings: 3.5/5

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