Club 60 (2013) Hindi Movie Review | 12 Critic Reviews | Farooq Shaikh, Sarika

cast:

Farooq Shaikh, Sarika, Raghuvir Yadav, Satish Shah, Tinnu Anand, Sharat Saxena, Vineet Kumar, Suhasini Mulaym, Zarina Wahab, Harsh Chhaya, Mona Wasu

direction:

Club 60 PosterSanjay Tripathy

story:

Sanjay Tripathy

screenplay:

Sanjay Tripathy

dialogue:

cinematography:

Shyamanand Jha

music:

Pranit Gedham, Sanjoy Chowdhury

produced by:

Kavee Kumar

language:

Hindi

genre:

Drama

weird aggregate rating 5.1/10release date:

6-December-2013
run time:
137 minutes
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  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-6
CLUB 60 narrates the heart-warming and uplifting journey of five irrepressible individuals linked together by the quirks of fate. The lives of each of these [Raghuvir Yadav, Satish Shah, Tinnu Anand, Sharat Saxena and Vineet Kumar] revolves around a tennis court of a club and how each of them
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  •  India Today -Faheem Ruhani Rating-6
Chances are that if there wasn't already a recent film by the same title (starring Amitabh Bachchan), director Sanjay Tripathy could have easily called his directorial debut Club 60 by the same name. The five sexagenarians (Raghubir Yadav, Satish Shah, Tinnu Anand, Sharat Saxena, Vineet Kumar)
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  •  Rediff -Nishi Tiwari Rating-4
There’s something truly magical about life-affirming themes in films. They are like that comforting hug from a loved one that sees you through a particularly rough day.With his debut feature film Club 60, director Sanjay Tripathi narrates the story of a 60-something couple reeling in the aftermath

  •  Indian Express -Shubhra Gupta Rating-5
The loss of life is a devastating thing. When a doctor couple lose their only child, they relocate to Mumbai, leaving behind their cosy life in Pune. 'Club 60' tells their story, and in its better parts, the film turns universal, becoming our story.Tareek Shaikh (Farooque) and Saayra (Sarika) flee their quiet town

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Karan Anshuman Rating-6
Even though the standard disclaimer plays out in the beginning - the one about all the persons depicted being fictitious and resemblances merely co-incidences - I suspect that writer/director Sanjay Tripathy borrows heavily from his own experiences or at least from people he's well acquainted with.
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  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-4
Club 60 is a story of a couple who deal with loss and realize that life goes on and sometimes the best moments are reserved for the last. Farooque Sheikh and Sarika play husband and wife who hit a roadblock when they hear news of their son being killed in a freak shoot out in the US.
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  •  Times of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-5
After the untimely death of their only son, neurosurgeon, Dr Tariq Sheikh (Farooque Sheikh) and his wife Dr Saira (Sarika) are unable to put the pieces of their broken life together. Tariq suffers from depression, while Saira struggles to cope with her husband's suicidal tendencies.
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  •  Sify -Sonia Chopra Rating-4
At this year's Mumbai Film Festival, I chanced upon a lovely Slovenian film calledGood To Go about a man who unwillingly checks into an old-age home. The tagline of the film goes - 'Meet a man who's dying to get back to life'. It's ironic that he comes of age, and finally starts having fun for the first time
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  •  IBN Live -Rajeev Masand Rating-4
'Club 60', starring Farooque Shaikh and Sarika, drives an unmistakably heartfelt message home. This is a story about accepting the hand fate has dealt you and making the most out of life. The actors play a married couple struggling to come to terms with the death of their young son.
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  •  Mid Day -Shubha Shetty Saha Rating-6
In a country where it is rare to find a movie catering to children and old people’s issues, Club 60 comes with a refreshing promise. Old age can be a very lonely place and on top of it, if you are grappling with a tragedy, life can become unbearable.Tareeq Shaikh (Farooque Shaikh) and Saira (Sarika)
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  •  Book My Show -Neha Pinto Rating-4
South Bombay (Mumbai) has been depicted in films time and again. What’s sad is certain film-makers think that Mumbai is synonymous with South Mumbai only. There are other parts to the city as well, that have their own charm. However, due to this repeated portrayal of Mumbai in films
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  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-8
Director Sanjay Tripathi gets into the business end even as the credits are unfolding on screen. By the time the title track is done, the soul of the movie is laid bare. Then comes his master move as he introduces a few more layers to finally peel them off, one by one, until the final one.
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Club 60 (2013)
5.1 out of 10
based on
12 reviews.