Barkhaa (2015) Hindi Movie Review | 5 Critic Reviews | Sara Loren

Barkhaa Review

cast:
Sara Loren, Taaha Shah, Priyanshu Chatterjee, Shewta Pandit, Puneet Issar, Ashiesh Roy
direction:
Barkhaa (2015) Hindi Movie PosterShadaab Mirza
story:
Shadaab Mirza
screenplay:
Shadaab Mirza
dialogue:
cinematography:
Mujahid Raza
music:
Amjad Nadeem
produced by:
Shabana Azmi
language:
Hindi
genre:
Action, Drama, Romance
run time:
131 minutes
censor certification:
A

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Barkhaa Hindi Movie Review

Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Bollywood Hungama | Review By -Hungama Network Rating-3
BARKHAA is Shadaab Mirza's debut film as a director and his script is filled with numerous flaws. With an absolutely vague and directionless script, the film fails to hold your attention. It is far from entertaining. Shadaab fails to establish the connection between the flashback and the present

  •  Indian Express | Review By -Shubhra Gupta Rating-2
Maybe the intention of the film was to tell us that ladies who dance for a living also have the right to respectability, which is wonderful, but a mothballed plot and an even more mothballed treatment isn’t the way forward.“Kya tum mere ghar ki izzat banogi?” Yes, I heard this line. I kid you not.

  •  Times Of India | Review By -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-3
The film is a decent watch for those, who for some weird reason may crave for the 70's melodrama. It boasts of an archaic story and a predictable plot, with the actors spouting done to death dialogues throughout. If you want to revisit that phase of Bollywood, where women were perpetually

  •  Mumbai Mirror | Review By -Rahul Desai Rating-2
Though I went in blind, I wasn't the least bit surprised that Barkhaa is about a bar dancer. After all, it's in her name. Rich boy (Shah) falls for her (Loren; attractive) in Himachal. Sighting coincidences all the way to Mumbai are termed as 'filmy' by friends. The filmmakers think this is a

  •  DNA | Review By -Bryan Durham Rating-2
Despite its best intentions, it is a tedious exercise going through this film. Sara Loren is pretty, but her performance isn't. The director and writer still probably think we're stuck in the 60s and 70s (some poor soul must've had a tough time convincing him to go with the Naughty Number

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