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Sanak (2021) Set in Mumbai, the story unfolds in a hospital that is under siege, where Vivaan Ahuja (Vidyut Jammwal) and his wife Anshika (Rukmini Maitra) are trapped. Does he manage to rescue her and other hostages from the dangerous hoodlums? The linear narrative of Kanishk Varma’s Sanak is a battle between two opponents that make up the bulk of the proceedings—Vivaan Ahuja, the fit and muscled guy, and Saju (Chandan Roy Sanyal) with his band of skilled fighters who have taken all the people in the hospital as hostages..
Bollywoodhungama.com  (Oct 28, 2021)
Rating:  2.5/5

On the whole, SANAK rests on Vidyut Jammwal’s presence and the novel and exciting action scenes. However, the needlessly long second half and the shocking lack of buzz might affect the film’s viewership..

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Firstpost.com  (Oct 28, 2021)
Rating:  2/5

Call it the trickle-pixel theory: Mass media consumption begets mass outfit obsession. In the cutthroat game of fashion, it is increasingly a way to win..

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Koimoi.com  (Oct 28, 2021)
Rating:  2.5/5

Vidyut Jammwal is the biggest reason to watch Sanak, but cannot be the only attention-grabbing point of the movie. While the action is top-notch, wish the plot was equally developed too..

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Indiatoday.in  (Oct 28, 2021)
Rating:  2.5/5

Sanak could have been slicker, faster and tighter. As a hostage drama, it fails to live up to the genre. However, Vidyut fans are in for a treat if his action scenes and daredevil stunts are what they signed up to watch..

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Timesofindia.indiatimes.com  (Oct 28, 2021)
Rating:  2.5/5

Overall, Vidyut Jammwal's slick kicks, punches and backflips raise the stakes of this action-packed drama. Of course, it's predictable, but if you’re a die-hard Jammwal fan or like action movies, this is the one for you..

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