Finally, Siddharth Malhotra and Manoj Bajpayee starrer Aiyaary has met with the dark of cinema halls and the results are commendable. Neeraj Pandey has proven to be the master of espionage thrillers in Hindi films and has repeated his trade mark signature fast pace film again. One can hardly find a dead scene like a guy walking towrds the lift for no reason in his film because he simply believes in keeping the scenes that serve value to the history in best possible waya nd mostly with the help of straight but short dialogues.
In Aiyaary Neeraj chose the army intelligence and corruption behind it as his subject. Siddharth plays a young officer in the army who is mentored by the brilliant senior officer portrayed by Manoj Bajpayee. Sometime in the film character of Siddharth finds that the politicians and commanders he is working for are extremely corrupt as they are not serving the nation in right way instead they are just after the scared money of hard working tax payers in a country which is still under development in most areas.
Siddharth takes the matter in his hand and decides to run away from army with secret information in order to stop something bad that is going to happen which will seriously jeopardize the country. Government asks Manoj to somehow find him dead or alive because the information he has is highly classified and if revealed could put men of serious reputation behind the bars. All Siddharth wants is to take down the traitors but the way he has chosen is illegal, while Manoj’s character is teared apart in deciding which way to serve the nation. Aiyaary ha some great dialogues and character moments which are raw and only find in Pandey’s thrillers. It will definitely keep audience on the edge of their seats and deserves at least one watch from anyone who cares about a good film.