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A young city girl, full of life, is on the highway at night wiith her fiancÚ. They are about to get married in four days. Suddenly, her life is swung away from the brocade and jewellery of marriage to the harsh brutality of abduction. The same night, the gang is in panic. The girl is a big industrialist's daughter. His links in the corridors of power make ransom out of the question. They are doomed, but the leader of this group is adamant. For him sending her back is not an option. He will do whatever it takes to see this through. But as the days pass by, the scenery changes, the light changes, the sun sets and rises and the air changes, she feels that she has changed as well. Gradually, a strange bond begins to develop between the victim and the oppressor. It is in this captivity that she, for the first time, feels free. She does not want to go back but she also doesn't want to reach where he is taking her. She wishes this journey to never end. Maybe the highway will not really change her. Maybe this feeling is just a passing phase. Maybe not.
Ali once told me that he loves the freedom of writing his own story, dialogues and screenplay before he wields the directorial mike. With Highway, Ali gets into digital filmmaking for the first time but the story and screenplay somehow never come together. Ali throws in too many unpredictability for the audience and moves the pace of the movie in a non-rhythmic manner. If this is meant to show the relationship between captor and captive and its progression from contempt to Bollywoodised Stockholm Syndrome, Ali fails to pulling it off.The redeeming features though make this movie a one-time watch. Alia Bhatt tries hard to convince us of her ever-changing feelings for her surroundings and her wide-eyed wonder helps her to a great extent but she is still a rookie. Randeep Hooda is a delight though. From his mastery of the local language to his rural angst against the ways and means of the rich to his conflicting feelings for Veera, Hooda pulls off Mahabir Bhatti with aplomb.The vistas are another feature of the movie. Even if the screenplay doesn't quite stand up by itself, the rolling hills of Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir, the fields of Punjab and the flat barrenness of Rajasthan are enough to mesmerise.