Directed by: Tarun Mansukhani
: Mast Ali, Hossein Amini
Starring by: Sushant Singh Rajput, Jacqueline Fernandez, Vikramjeet Virk
Genres: Action, Crime, Thriller
A notorious thief allies with a street racer for a grand heist involving an elaborate game of deceit with authorities, who have their own dirty secrets.
Reviewed byadityakuraniVote: 8/10
Sushants acting is amazing i mean he is a very good actoe
Reviewed byjvmugeshkumarVote: 6/10
Watch it for sushant. If you like fast and furious franchise then you can try this. If stunts & CGI worked well then this movie would been a good movie, though it will not be boring but it has ton of logical mistakes. Cinematography & Music is ok. Definitely you can watch it for timepass.
Reviewed bynairtejasVote: 3/10
Drive begins like a wannabe Dhoom (2004) and ends like a dumber version of Dhoom 3 (2013). But without the imaginative prowess that these more popular Bollywood heist films at least had as director Tarun Mansukhani comes out of his cave after ten years to create a slipshod action drama based on street racing and gold heists with cardboard characters. For a Netflix production, it has a nauseating setup, terrible CGI, and most importantly, substandard cars - all of which take the fun out of watching the movie in just the first ten minutes. I mean it's grotesque to see all the usual tropes in the first few minutes of a film which is aggravated by poor performance by its cast; it almost feels like a poorly directed telefilm of the early 2000s. For a film whose x-factor is cars Drive has stupid-looking versions of Maruti Swift, Hyundai Verna, and Tata Nano in the spotlight. Well, I can hand it to the makers for not internationalizing it (till the first half) but I would expect at least some help from Dilip Chhabria. Even the gold bars - which are the central plot element that the characters are vying for here - look like cardboard versions that schoolkids make for annual project competition. There's a lot of thing wrong with Drive and they are all so awfully unaesthetic and out-of-place watching it becomes a form of self-hurting. I do not recommend it at all even if you are a fan of the lead actors who do nothing but disappoint with their unpolished dialogue delivery. It almost felt like I was watching Sushant Singh Rajput and Jacqueline Fernandez read out their lines with zero rehearsal or direction from Mansukhani. Easily the most ambitious failure of 2019. TN.