Judgementall Hai Kya Review: Love her, hate her, but can’t ignore Kangana Ranaut in this thriller comedy

Judgementall Hai Kya Movie Review: Rajkummar Rao’s performance leaves the audience praying for more from the actor.
Judgementall Hai Kya Review: Love her, hate her, but can’t ignore Kangana in this thriller comedy Judgementall Hai Kya Film Review: Love her, hate her, but can’t ignore Kangana in this thriller comedy
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Judgementall Hai Kya

Judgementall Hai Kya Director: Prakash Kovelamudi

Judgementall Hai Kya Cast: Kangana Ranaut, Rajkummar Rao

Judgementall Hai Kya Movie Stars: 3/5

After the periodic drama, watching Kangana Ranaut play an eccentric character gives the audience a kick they have been missing since long. Judgementall Hai Kya is a tasteful concoction of thriller and comedy, which does leave some seam allowance for perfection. Bollywood scriptwriters have predominantly shown hesitation to flirt with the thriller-comedy genre. But they have made a gutsy attempt, and the film managed to reap the benefits.

The first half of the film keeps you at the edge of the seat with a fair blend of suspense, excitement and engrossing performances by the cast. Of course, Judgementall Hai Kya could have been chopped a bit in the second half as it loses its pace – you can also blame it on the gripping first-half.

The husband-wife duo – scriptwriter, Kanika Dhillon and director, Prakash Rao Kovelamudi – do justice to their task and make the story and the narration crisp and devoid of unnecessary sub-plots that often plague the dark comedy genre. Kanika deserves credit for penning another engaging script after her tryst with complicated love stories- Manmarziyaan and Kedarnath.

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Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao keep up the pace of the film with their powerful screen presence. Rajkummar Rao plays his part with finesse and never misses a chance to impress you. By virtue of how the story unfolds, it is a Kangana Ranaut movie, but Rajkummar’s performance leaves the audience asking for more from the actor.

Jimmy Sheirgill’s cameo is refreshing. Fans of Tanu Weds Manu will surely end up feeling nostalgic with the chemistry Jimmy and Kangana exhibited in this film. Jimmy and Kangana’s trust fall scene is an important one but subtle hint to the society on why we need to be more trusting and be friendly with others.

Few comedy scenes in first-half lighten up the film. Hussain Dalal is goofy but lovable. The stylists play with minor variations to Kangana and Rajkumar’s appearance, which helps in building the character.

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One of the key highlights of the film is the music and an ode to the aberrant character of the protagonist. Kis Raste Hain Jana beautifully weaves into the story. It captures Kangana’s attempt at solving a conundrum: choosing her beliefs or the world’s perception about her.

Judgementall Hai Kya might not be the perfect thriller-comedy, but it's surely an attempt to try something different without being judgemental about the audience’s taste.


Blockbuster movie


So happy for them..wish it be a blockbuster.

all reviews r positive!!! yayyyy!!! let Kangana ROAR at the BO! n Rajkummar also!

Wow!! I wait every Friday now to read Vaibhavi Risbood's review. Love the honesty in your reviews. Gonna watch this film for sure!

yayy !!!

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