Vadh Movie Review: 'दृश्यम 2' को टक्कर देने आ गई 'वध'

Director:  Jaspal Singh Sandhu, Rajeev Baranwal

Film Cast:  Sanjay Mishra, Neena Gupta, Manav Vij, Saurabh Sachdeva, Diwakar Kumar

'Humne Hatia Nahi, Vadh Kiya Hai' This one line sums up Sanjay Mishra and Neena Gupta's film

There is a middle class, skinny, helpless elderly person in whose house the rat is not killed but caught and left somewhere, so that it doesn't get killed at their hands

It is he who one day commits a ruthless murder. At some places this film will remind you of 'Drishyam' but believe me you will find it more real and pure  than that

The story of the film is of a retired teacher Shambhunath Mishra (Sanjay Mishra) who lives in Gwalior with his wife Manju Mishra (Neena Gupta)

He has borrowed money on interest from Prajapati Pandey (Saurabh Sachdeva) for his son's studies and  his career.

After standing on his hands and feet, the son refused  to help the parents in  any way

Shambhunath ji has no choice but to repeatedly take loans and get humiliated by Prajapati Pandey.