Identity Card (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 6 Critic Reviews | Saurabh Shukla, Ragubir Yadav, Tia Bajpai

cast:

Saurabh Shukla, Ragubir Yadav, Tia Bajpai, Furqan Merchant , Vipin Sharma, Brijendra Kala, Prashant Kumar, Shoib Kazmi

Identity Card Posterdirection:

Rahat Kazmi

story:

Sanjay Amar

screenplay:

Sanjay Amar

dialogue:

Sanjay Amar, Saurabh Shukla

cinematography:

Mujahid Raza

music:

Raja Ali ,Aamir Ali , Shoiab & Farrukh Abid

produced by:

Rahat Kazmi, Sanjay Amar

weird aggregate rating 3.5/10language:

Hindi

genre:

Drama

release date:

29-August-2014
run time:
90 minutes


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  •  Times of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-4
TV journalist Nazia, her friend Ajay and local tourist guide Raju get abducted in Srinagar, only to find themselves locked in a Special Task Force (STF) cell. With no identity cards on them, rigorous interrogation sessions begin. While the trio claims innocence, the counter-terrorism unit thinks

  •  India Today -Saurabh Dwivedi Rating-2
Identity Card, attempts to engage itself with the burning issue of Kashmir, but falls flat. The film is riddled with poor acting, bad script and half-hearted attempt by director Rahat Kazmi.TV reporter Nazia, goes to Kashmir to shoot a documentary with help from Facebook friend Ajay and a guide Raju.

  •  Mid Day -Shakti Shetty Rating-5
For some reason, Kashmir has not been explored that often in a Hindi film. It perhaps has to do with the sensitive nature of the state politics; regardless, as a result, this paradise-on-earth has been reduced to a mere motif of late. Against such a backdrop, Identity Card is a film that

  •  Hindustan Times -Sweta Kaushal Rating-2
Director Rahat Kazmi's Identity Card suffers from a fatal flaw: merely cobbling together a cast with a string of theatre actors, and choosing a 'sensitive' issue, is never enough to guarantee a hit. Unless, of course, you are able to back it up with a solid message. On that count, Identity

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-4
Identity Card is a sloppy mess of what could have been a far more effective and hard-hitting take on the volatility of war-torn Kashmir. The setup is intriguing: A ditzy journalist (Tia Bajpai) waltzes into Srinagar to shoot a documentary with an alarming lack of motivation,

  •  Now Running -Noyon Jyoti Parasara Rating-4
Considering the violence in Kashmir continues to pain Indians, you would assume more films could be made on various stories that can be set in the valley. While we do have a big-ticket Haidar by Vishal Bharawaj releasing soon, there is actually ample scope to deal with the

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