The action sequences do get better in the second half but many open threads and concepts remain unaddressed.

The narrative and the screenplay is disjointed the background score repetitive and generic.

The film opens with what looks like a video game action sequence where no one and nothing feel real.

Towards the climax of the film the screenplay feels way too stretched and draggy.

Aditya Roy Kapurs Rashtra Kavach OM released in theatres today on July 1.

The first fifteen minutes of the film has every element to displease the audience.

Sanjana Sanghi plays a nurse doctor fellow agent whose mission is to help Om get better.

The action sequences which should have saved the film poorly directed and choreographed.

Themes of nationhood patriotism loyalty etc. are brutally fired in the audiences face making everything feel predictable.

Rashtra Kavach OM Review Aditya Roy Kapur’s Action Drama Flops