Movies Review: Table No. 21: Table No. 21 is a suspense thriller movie, with a strong message in the end.
The movie opens with a ambitious couple landing in Fiji to spend a holiday. At the last day of their week-holiday, they met Paresh Rawal, who introduces a reality game with a price money of Rs 21 crore to them. The game is more like Rajeev Khandelwal's reality show "Sach Ka Saamna", but the difference here is that a task is attached with every question in the movie.
Due to big prize money, the couple says yes to the game as they think that Mr Khan (Paresh Rawal) is just a stranger and son't know much about their personal lives. But the game starts getting more personal with every question and the couple wants to leave the game in between, but they can't due to rules of the game.
The last 30 minutes of the movie strongly catch the attention of the audience due to strong screenplay.
Rajeev Khandelwal is the future of Indian cinema and his acting is again admirable in the movie. Paresh Rawal never lets his strong image down in the movie. Tena Desai also makes a strong debut in the movie.
Table No. 21 is an unusual movie with a strong surprise in the end. The surprise element in the movie will keep audience involved in the movie. On the whole, it's a must-watch movie. Bollywood Paradise gives Table No. 21, 3.5 stars out of 5.