Rise Review

  • 4/5

A story of a well-settled software engineer at a reputed firm, we see Massey's character, Shrey live out the quintessential work woes to come fractionally close to his dream of living the biker's life. Despite his hard work, he is unceremoniously fired and made to question all that he believes he has achieved. Right when he begins to cower back into despondency, life sends him on a soul-searching road trip with his friend's 55-year-old relative, the most unlikely pillion ever. How they bond despite the ideological differences, break out of their instilled mould and become free in the purest sense of the word sums up the tale.

This only goes on to prove that destiny will prevail when we lose our way.

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