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Film Review | Lock

Lock the Disenchantment Deep Jagdeep SinghRating 2/5Big stars, big hype; a lot of suspense and drama, but finally the Lock opened and left the audience in complete dismay. It’s true that a film's   premise is built on a one liner, but that one liner must flow like a current beneath the interwoven chain of sequences leaving the audience awestruck till the last frame. Unfortunately, Lock’s narrative gets locked on a point and could not move an inch after that.Dubai returned Gill (Smeep Kang) is a patriarchal father and a stubborn husband, who pretend to be an idealist. Disturbed by unpleasant incidents, under the influence of alcohol and provocation by a loyalist Bhola (Gippy Grewal), he plans to go on a binge night with a sex worker (Geeta Basra) of his daughter’s age. Incidental...

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