Directed by: Tinu Suresh Desai
Produced by: Neeraj Pandey, Aruna Bhatia, Nittin Keni, Akash Chawla, Virender Arora, Ishwar Kapoor, Shital Bhatia
Screenplay by: Vipul K Rawal
Story by: Vipul K Rawal
Based on: K. M. Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra
Starring: Akshay Kumar, Ileana D’Cruz, Arjan Bajwa, Esha Gupta
Music by: Ankit Tiwari, Jeet Ganguly, Raghav Sachar, Arko Pravo Mukherjee
Cinematography: Santosh Thundiyil
Production Company: Zee Studio, KriArj Entertainment, Cape Of Good Films, Plan C Studios
Distributed by: Zee Studios
Release dates: 12 August 2016
Budget: 45 crore
Rustom movie is a film about a famous sailor who has immense love for his country and about the struggles that he has to fight with on his journey for the country.
In Rustom movie, Akshay Kumar will be seeing playing the role of a Naval Officer named Rustom Pavri. This is the first time Akshay will be seen playing the role of a Parsi. The film also stars Ileana D’Cruz in the main role alongside
Key Facts:
This is the first time Akshay Kumar plays a Naval Officer in his career. The Story, Screenplay and Dialogues writer of the movie Vipul K Rawal is an ex-navy man himself. He was responsible for guiding Akshay Kumar in the Naval ways. It is also one of the reasons why all the Naval scenes on Warship look authentic. The warships used in the film are actual Warships from that era. Actor Producer John Abraham had bought the rights to this script from the writer Vipul K Rawal earlier, however he decided not to make the film. Vipul then sold the script to Neeraj Pandey’s company Friday Filmworks
My Gut Feel and comments:
Tinu Suresh Desai debuted as director with a horror film 1920 London which was a below average film and was a flop at box office indeed. However with Rustom he seems to have got his act right this time. Film promo is impressive and it looks like that creative team has managed to pull out an entertainer. Akshay Kumar is looking dashing and seems doing justice to offered role. Akshay Kumar is a salable performer who works on moderate budget movies with decent content which increases the chance of box office success. Although Film is releasing along with “Mohenjo Daro” however with extended weekend due to national holiday of 15th August higher a chance that movie sale through reasonably well at box office. In recent time Akshay’s films like Special 26 and Baby were sincere efforts from his side with great entertainment value. As Rustom belongs to same banner chances of going it wrong drastically is negligible. 
Going by my gut feeling I am giving Rustom 3.5 stars out of 5, five days before the release.

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