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‘One Cut Two Cut’ review: A revolution that doesn’t need to be televised
Scroll | 03/02/2022 12:49 PM | Click to read full article
Wearing Money Heist-inspired masks and red suits, the quartet led by radio jockey Pruthviraj (Prakash Belawadi) trigger a hostage crisis in a school in Bengaluru. The chief secretary sends a secret agent to assassinate the militants.
Dweeby arts and crafts teacher Gopi (Danish Sait), who mangles his English and mixes up his indefinite articles, rises to the occasion.