Naam Hai Akira is a continuance test, a battle to remain in one’s seat and complete the film as opposed to leaving the theater to do whatever else. The film is a scattered, crippling catastrophe.
Naam Hai Akira (known as only Akira in India) is a redo of a Tamil film by Santha Kumar called Mouna Guru, a hit revamped in two different dialects other than Hindi. I haven’t seen the first, so I have no clue if it’s as untidy as its Hindi change. In any case, Naam Hai Akira is coordinated and co-composed by A. R. Murugadoss, the man who spoiled Ghajini, his revamp of the immense film Memento. I’m slanted to put the fault on Murugadoss.