SANAK is the story of a man battling an army of guys in a hospital. Ashish P Verma’s story is interesting and makes for a great action entertainer. Ashish P Verma’s screenplay is captivating but not consistent. Ashish P Verma’s dialogues are dramatic. Kanishk Verma’s direction is neat. Vidyut Jammwal, as always, is in complete form. Rukmini Maitra makes a confident debut in Bollywood. Chandan Roy Sanyal is excellent as the antagonist.Neha Dhupia (ACP Jayati Bhargav) effortlessly slips into the role. Chandan Roy (Riyaz Ahmed) is too good as the sidekick. Kiran Karmarkar gets limited scope. Harminder Singh Alag is lovely though his character defies logic. From the baddies in Team Saju, Daniele Balconi and Sunil Palwal are memorable. SANAK, ideally, should have been a songless film. <em>’Suna Hai'</em> is poor while <em>’O Yaara'</em> is played in the end credits. <em>’Aankhein Mili'</em> is missing in the film. Saurabh Bhalerao’s background score has a cinematic feel. Pratik Deora’s cinematography is excellent. Andy Long Nguyen’s action, as expected, is one of the USPs of the film. Saini S Johray’s production design is a bit subdued. Devraj Das and Arrtee Zutshi’s costumes are rich. Pixel Digital Studios’ VFX is appropriate. Sanjay Sharma’s editing could have been slicker in the second half. On the whole, SANAK rests on Vidyut Jammwal’s presence and the novel and exciting action scenes.