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Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar Full Movie Review

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Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar Full Movie Review

Ratings: 2.54/5

Score: 50%

Reviews Counted: 9

Positive: 1

Negative: 1

Run Time: 2h 3m

Times Of India

Ratings: 2/5

Review By: Saibal (Critic)

Performance wise, it’s a Parineeti show all the way. She gets an ample scope to live Sandy’s multi-layered character, who is strong yet vulnerable and insecure. Parineeti gives it all to make Sandy’s intricate and hard-to-read persona likeable and her performance is one of the few factors that hold the film’s uneven narrative together.

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DNA

Ratings: 2.5/5

Review By: Anshul (Critic)

We are told this is the outskirts of Delhi, the underbelly of the country’s capital and the car he overtakes, is of Arjun Kapoor’s character, who yells in a distinctive Haryanvi accent after his car has been overtaken.

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Firstpost

Ratings: 2.5/5

Review By: Anna (Critic)

She is a highly educated, high-ranking official in a leading Indian private bank. He is a scruffy disgraced policeman from the Haryana force. Like the title, her veneer of sophistication and his unpolished demeanour both camouflage more than they let on.

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Bollywood Hungama

Ratings: 2/5

Review By: Hungama (Critic)

Mrighdeep Singh Lamba and Gautam Mehra’s story is interesting and novel. The writers try their best to bring something new to the table. Mrighdeep Singh Lamba and Gautam Mehra’s screenplay, however, is interesting only in parts.

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Hindustan Times

Ratings: n/a

Review By: Monika (Critic)

Starring Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor in lead roles, Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar’s theatrical release was held up for over two years, but now that it’s finally out, it might just force audience to go ‘faraar’ (run for their life).

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Mumbai Saga – Full Movie Critics Review

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Mumbai Saga

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Ratings: n/a

Review By: Anupama Chopra (Critic)

The connective tissue between scenes is so thin that it feels like Sanjay, who also wrote the story, first decided on the scenes he was excited to create and then found a way to force-fit them into a screenplay. There is an elaborate action sequence on an airstrip, another in a Mumbai mandi and another in a bathroom in which Amartya goes up against his arch-nemesis – encounter cop Vijay Savarkar, played by Hashmi. All of these are staged with precision but Sanjay and Robin Bhatt, who co-wrote the screenplay, can’t be bothered to connect the dots. Or build tension.

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Review By NDTV

Ratings: 2/5

Review By: Saibal (Critic)

Written, produced and directed by Gupta, Mumbai Saga, based on true events, is smartly lensed (by Shikhar Bhatnagar), crisply edited (Bunty Negi) and stylishly mounted. But it falls way, way short of being a being a mellow, meaningful recreation of an era because the script beats about the bush instead of plunging right into it.

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Times of India

Ratings: 3/5

Review By: Ronak (Critic)

It’s a super busy screenplay that has all the trappings of a big-ticket mass entertainer, packed with all the punches, literal and metaphorical. Every line is a heavy-duty filmy dialogue that is delivered with swag and dramatics to heighten the impact. Sample this, “Bandook se nikli goli na Eid dekhti hai na Holi,” and “Marathi ko jo rokega, Marathi usse thokega.”

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Review By Bollywood Hungama

Ratings: 4/5

Review By: Hungama (Critic)

Sanjay Gupta’s direction is appropriate. He treats the story in a very dramatic and entertaining manner and tries his best to cater to the lowest denominator. As a result, he peppers the narrative with massy moments in abundance. The characters of Amartya and Savarkar especially are strong and are well fleshed out. On the flipside, a few characters don’t get the deserved screen time. Sanjay Gupta also should have made the second half, particularly the climax sharper. The length in the second half is also a bit of an issue.

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Review By Glamsham

Ratings: 3/5

Review By: Vishal (Critic)

Sanjay Gupta keeps a steady pace and narrates the story engrossingly. The second half goes dull for a considerable time and the climax is not at par with the entire build up.

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Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari Critics Review

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Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari

60% Positive
November 15, 2020
  • Manoj Bajpayee
  • Diljit Dosanjh
  • Fatima Sana Shaikh
Abhishek Sharma
Shariq Patel

Vijay Ganguly’s choreography is eye-filling. Kingshuk Chakravarty’s background music is very impactful and complements the drama very well. Anshuman Mahaley’s cinematography is superb. Vikram Singh Dahiya’s action scenes are effective. Rajat Poddar’s production designing and Parijat Poddar’s art direction are of a fine standard. Rameshwar S. Bhagat’s editing is very sharp. Read the full review here.....
More than anything else in the dotty tit-for-tat caper film, it is the clash of two acting schools - or rather, of a school on one hand and a lack of it on the other - that is worth watching. The former is obviously represented by Bajpayee, the latter by Dosanjh. The roles and the approaches differ majorly but both hold their grounds, making for an intriguing spectacle. If only this had been a more substantial rom-com than it is, the two actors might have lifted the film out of its morass of ordinariness. Read the full review here.....
That said, there are parts of the second half that do spice up the proceedings. Like every sports film, ‘Chhalaang’ too, has a prep montage song (by Daler Mahendi) with the underdogs slugging it out in the run up to the D-day. Then, some of the sequences employing practical situations to impart physical training lessons to the students are novel and effectively portrayed. Read the full review here.....
Setting up a clash between ‘doodh-wala bhaiyaa’ who hasn’t bothered to learn Marathi, and a pukka Marathi manoos, must have been funny on paper. But almost nothing in the way this plays out is a funny-bone tickler. When Mangal discovers that his doe-eyed younger sister (Shaikh) likes Suraj, he dials up his wicked plans: so what if his own behen’s happiness is at stake when it comes to putting down yet another to-be-groom? Read the full review here.....
In an intentionally crass film, these elements would not have been as disappointing as they are in a film that seems determined to deliver intelligent humour. Nor does this alter the fact that large parts of Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari are genuinely entertaining. Read the full review here.....

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Serious Men Movie Review

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Oct 2, 2020 (India) on Netflix
  • Ishaan Khatter
  • Ananya Panday
  • Jaideep Ahlawat
Sudhir Mishra
  • Sudhir Mishra
  • Bhavesh Mandalia
  • Sejal Shah

Nawaz is very good, channelling Ayyan’s seething rage into something we can empathise with; the tender passion he exhibits with Tiwari rounds off his character. Das, as Adi, is perfect, and the real star of the movie. Read the full review here.....
Ayyan sees his son as a ticket out of his lower middle-class struggles. His boss, too, isn't averse to bending a few rules. Yes, everybody in Serious Men on a downward moral gradient, be it a high-profile, entitled scientist or a lowly government clerk who derives great pleasure from turning the tables on his upper-caste boss at the first available opportunity. Read the full review here........
It’s like no other film that either Mishra or Siddiqui has done. While staying close to Jospeh’s skepticism about the idea of a just society, they have made the film their own by infusing an indomitable spirit and a certain kind of cleverness, rather cunningness, in the storytelling. Whenever Mishra goes political, Siddiqui ensures it doesn’t become an in your face sermon. Read the full review here......
Looming large over these characters is the BDD Chawl – 15,000 people crammed into 21 blocks. The chawl is a concrete embodiment of all that traps Ayyan, his family and everyone who lives there – caste, education, money, opportunities. DOP Alexander Surkala captures the claustrophobia of the one-room tenements but he also gives the spaces a dream-like quality. Read the full review here....
Another weak link is Acharya's characterisation, which is side-lined to give Ayyan's a stronger footing rendering the payoff somewhat underwhelming. Regardless of its unromantic conclusions, Serious Men never feels as dark as it really is or Manu Joseph intended it to be thanks to its film-maker's humane outlook. At the end of the day, there's always a little more to people than their politics. Read the full review here........

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