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Here is the Sarbjit Review:
Hooda, Aishwarya & Richa Invest Emotional Angst In This Over-The-Top Drama
Starring: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Randeep Hood, Richa Chadha
Movie Review: Sarbjit is not a film that holds itself back. It is a stormy rousing chest-thumping epic saga of a sister who rages against the injustice of her brother’s incarceration across the border. Director Omung Kumar skillfully weaves scenes of family ties and their rude rupture through a skilful pattern of bright flashbacks and dreadfully pessimistic present-times when Sarbjit , locked up in a dingy cell far from home , mourns for the loss of freedom.
Highlights of the movie
It is a stormy rousing chest-thumping epic saga of a sister who rages against the injustice of her brother’s incarceration across the border.
The sibling theme is treated with a exacerbated energy by Omung Kumar. This is not a film that believes in subtleties.
Randeep Hooda’s physical transformation as a traumatized prisoner is astonishing and convincing.
Powered by heart-breaking restrain and screaming silences this is Richa’s most accomplished performance to date.
Sarbjit has immense poignancy at its heart. But the execution of the theme of a homesick dying man imprisoned in a hostile country often tends to lean dangerously close to populism.
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