When they get hitched, outwardly debilitated couple Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithik) and Supriya Sharma (Yami) illuminate each other’s lives. Lamentably their dim world goes upside down when Supriya is assaulted and Rohan finds the policemen playing visually impaired man’s feign. Abandoning him with no decision, yet to act as a vigilante.
Retribution is a dish best served visually impaired is the message Kaabil serves up. Drawing motivation from Hollywood’s Blind Fury (1989) with Rutger Hauer ahead of the pack and notwithstanding obtaining shades of the Korean super hit, Broken (2014), Sanjay Gupta gives you a Bollywood adjustment that is engaging and successful. For one thing he affectionately sets up the wonderful universe of a visually impaired couple Rohan, a capable naming artiste and Supriya, a skilled piano player who in spite of their disable have a positive air towards life. In only two scenes, you can feel their adoration.