Rating: 2.5/5 Stars (Two and half stars)
Star Cast: Madhur Mittal, Raveena Tandon, Alisha Khan
Director: Ashtar Sayed
What’s Good: Raveena Tandon’s attempt to give an emotionally charged performance.
What’s Bad: The script of Maatr is too cliched. It’s a revenge drama with a poor screenplay.
Loo Break: You could use one!
Watch or Not?: Maatr starts off well but soon turns into a typical revenge drama that is unintelligent. In terms of social commentary, the film has no takeways thanks to its cinematic approach. This is not a must-watch.
Vidya Chauhan (Raveena Tandon) is a school teacher based in Delhi. After getting late at her daughter, Tia’s annual function, Vidya is driving home with her daughter. To avoid a traffic jam, she takes a different route and is further hit by a car that’s been following her.
Vidya and her daughter get gang raped by a bunch of boys, who are led by the CM’s son, Apurva Malik (Madhur Mittal). Her daughter dies in this mishap and husband blames her for it. In an already strained relationship, Vidya separates from her husband who turns out to be an unsupportive prick.
Officer on the case, Shroff (Anurag Arora) tries his best to close the …read more