Nothing in life is as difficult as doing the review of a film called 'Trishakti'. In my short career as a movie reviewer, I have been reviewing many films but this movie seems quite difficult. Where do I start from and if I get started, how do I end it?
'Trishakti' is the story of three young men who are out to avenge their personal scores with the underworld. These three young people consists of Sagar (Arshad Warsi), who is a club singer, Munna (Sharad Kapoor), a vagabond and Bajrang (Milind Gunaji), a rustic. All three have in the past gone through a lot of personal losses and now they want to settle the score.
This leads them to a couple of gangsters like Rajeshwar and Hasan Lal played by Ashish Vidyarthi and Govind Namdeo. These two are sworn enemies and want to destroy each other's empire. They are helped by corrupt police officer Dayal Inamdar (Sadashiv Amarapurkar).
The three young men get embroiled in dirty politics and there is a lot of unnecessary bloodshed and unwanted fistfights. Does anyone want that? Not me. There could have been many interesting aspects in the film but, alas, there is not any. The female characters of Radhika and Hemani Shivpuri are wasted. There are no good songs or else the movie could have got a shove in the right direction.
Songs of Trishakti
1. Ye Sara Jahan Pagal Pagal (Vinod Rathod, Udit Narayan, Sonu Nigam)
2. Paisa Paisa Paisa (Altaaf Raja, Sonu Nigam, Preeti Uttam)
3. Kaho To Kuch Kaise Kahoon (Aditi Sahani, Vicky J.)
4. Kabhi Na Kabhi (Udit Narayan)
5. Doston Ke Liye Aaj Ki Shaam (Sonu Nigam, Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan)
6. Paisa Paisa Paisa (Altaaf Raja)
- Abhishek Sharma.