Andhadhun (2018)

A sharp and witty black comedy, the film is a gem which won a lot of accolades last year.

Ayushmann Khurana plays a blind man who is actually not blind. How this deception lands him in trouble with the cunning Tabu and how he manages to free himself from any wrong-doing forms the crux of the film.

The beauty of the film is of course the writing as well as the editing. Stellar performances aside, it is the vision of the director Sriram Raghavan who is adept at handling such themes, that makes it a captivating watch.

Superb!

4/5

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Badhai Ho (2018)

A wonderful film about romance, love, a geriatric pregnancy and the impacts it has in a traditional Indian family.

The stars of the film are Neena Gupta, Gajraj Rao and Surekha Sikri, who play excellent characters which display a variety of dynamics. Ayushmann Khurana is his usual non-chalant self given able support by Sanya Malhotra.

The climax of the film will leave you teary eyes with heart-warming emotion.

A beautiful film with excellent writing.

3.5/5

Shubh Mangal Saavdhan (2017)

A very ‘sensitive’ topic which was handled well, barring one scene. The beauty here was the woman’s point of view, which is rarely shown. Bhumi plays the clear and focused girl who is supportive and understanding of her fiancé Ayushmann’s predicament. The parents caricatures represent the many views of society. A difficult concept which was made entertaining.

2.5/5