NH 10 a film that has simple story, simpler screenplay and simplest treatment making the film as real as possible. While watching the film you don’t realise whether you are watching the film or you are constantly thinking this might happen to anyone watching the film with you in that auditorium. Thats where Navdeep Singh grabs his audience’s attention and keep them on the edge of their seat till the end of the film. Film does not have too many surprises or twists yet you are curious to know what’s next.
NH 10 is about a couple who are on their way to spend quality time away from their corporate life who experience dreadful situations on NH 10. Navdeep Singh is superb in his direction which has violence yet it looks simple, nothing visually treating yet you want to see all of that blood and fights. You feel sad for Arjun (Neil Bhoopalam) and Meera (Anushka Sharma) because of all the situations they go through.
Anushka Sharma is the hero in the film. She is there in every single scene from start to end and has performed exceptionally well making this one of her best. Neil Bhoopalam was good as usual. Darshan Kumar surprises you with his villainous act. He proves to be the next big thing in Bollywood after showing versatility in just two films. Deepti Naval in a very small role is outstanding. As I mentioned earlier everything is simple in the film so all the technical aspects of the film are simple and that works big time for the film.
NH 10 shows us the very dark side of the society we live in. Film cannot be missed at any cost. Strongly recommended for Anushka Sharma and Navdeep Singh.