Gully Boy celeb review: Fast & Furious' Michelle Rodriguez lauds Ranveer & Alia starrer, calls it 'beautiful'

After being screened to packed theatres at the International Berlin film festival, Gully Boy gathered some terrific reviews and was applauded by the international media.
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Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy is just one day away from its release in India and looks like there's no stopping Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt. After being screened to packed theatres at the International Berlin film festival, Gully Boy gathered some terrific reviews and was applauded by the international media. Now, another Hollywood celebrity took to Twitter to praise Ranveer and Alia's film. Fast & Furious star Michelle Rodriguez hailed Gully Boy and also pointed out how rap as a genre has spread worldwide.

Taking to Twitter, Michelle Rodriguez shared the link of the Guardian's review of Gully Boy and wrote: "I remember when rap broke out of New York & made it to the Caribbean, my Brooklynn born bros would breakdance on cardboard boxes in Dominican Republic, America had no clue how impactful this platform was going to be for the underdog worldwide. Beautiful."

Take a look at her tweet below: 

 

Recently, Cameron Bailey, director of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), had also lauded Gully Boy and shared on Twitter a picture of the cast and wrote that it was the loudest cheer he had heard at Berlinale in more than 20 years. Ranveer Singh took Berlin by storm as he rapped to a packed house after one of the screenings. 

 

 

Indian audiences, too, who managed to watch the film could not stop praising it on social media. The first impression of Gully Boy on Indian critics at Berlinale was largely positive. Gully Boy, which is inspired from the lives of street rappers Naezy and Divine, will release in India tomorrow i.e February 14.

 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Gully ka chokra !!

A post shared by Alia (@aliaabhatt) on

 

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So nice to see films being made that Indians can be proud of.

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