Simran Movie ReviewMovie: Simran
Direction: Hansal Mehta
Cast: Kangana Ranaut, Soham Shah, Esha Tewari Pande, Aneesha Joshi
Music: Sachin-Jigar, Priya Saraiya
Cinematographer: Anuj Rakesh Dhawan
Editor: Antara Lahiri
Genre: Drama, Crime, Romance, Thriller
Rating: ∗∗∗∗

What is it about: It’s a comedy drama which is loosely based on true events involving and NRI named Sandeep Kaur, who has been convicted for 4 robberies in United States of America, the film is directed by Hansal Mehta.

Why it’s disappointing: It stays put for this film.

What to watch out for: Bollywood is getting progressive with its entertainment, during that period comes Hansal Mehta, who introduces a character which takes that to a different level. The characterization was lovely, it had different layers and was unravelled tastefully. The film perfectly puts things in place, which no one would object. The film runs like a smooth breeze, which makes sure to keep you entertained throughout. The dialogues were crisp and witty, and you’ll be amazed to know that additional dialogues were by Kangana Ranaut who have also penned down additional story of the film.

Kangana Ranaut, she surprises you every time you watch her on screen. And this time she moves a notch up. She’s amazing and never cease to amaze the audience. She is a perfect example that a big star is not required to make a Bollywood film tick big time. And she’s been progressively proving that time after time. Another award winning performance by Kangana.

The characters of Kangana’s parents were perfectly played they were brilliant. And Sohum Shah was good for the screen time given.

The rest of the supporting cast includes a long list of actors, who were perfect addition to the central cast and did great job.

The cinematography by Anuj Rakesh Dhawan was great, and Antara Lahiri did a great job in editing it. Music and background score by Sachin-Jigar was good and suited the mood of the film.

Verdict: Hansal Mehta, did a fantastic job in deriving the character in the most comical way, and present it to the audience in a subtle manner. It was beautifully etched out which was perfectly played by Kangana. Definitely worth a watch, and guaranteed you’ll laugh hard, don’t miss it.

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