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Ters köşe yapmam lazım diyerek gerçekten ters köşe yapıp guzel film beklentimizi boşa cikaran bir film oldu.Cok kotu degil fakat hint filmlerine mesafeli durmam gerektiğini anladım.Kurgusal olarak fena degil fakat surekli beklenti kırması sıktı.Izlenmese de olur.
So it's the change of an era in Bollywood
One of the best thrillers in Indian cinema.
Tabu and Ayushmann gave performances of their lifetime.
Great script and brilliant background score.
Best movie of 2018
One of the best Bollywood movie ever made
Best thriller movie
Best movie of Ayushman khurrana
They dont make these kinda movies anymore - thats what you gonna say!
Osm movie every second twist
Somebody said: Plot twist?
BEWARE of the spoiler!
Officially the dumbest movie of 2018, what I've seen so far. It starts with a blind pianist who pretends to be blind. At the beginning of the movie, he's acting like blind when he's alone. Clearly, to keep you inside an illusion. Later in the movie, after you understand the guy's blind, he acts normally alone. What a turn! The story unfolds towards possible romance yet it takes the director at least 30 min to introduce all the main characters. If you managed not to dislocate your jaw by yawning after half an hour of nothing much but views of Pune the director finally decides to add a twist to the story - a guy comes to the murder scene. That's where the comedy starts. All of a sudden a woman speaks on the phone to her husband, who's actually sitting shot dead in the next room. Boom! Mystery! Does she speak to the ghost? No, it's just remarkable screenwriting of this masterpiece. It turns out that the guy was gunshot straight into his forehead or so yet nobody noticed(read: heard) it, even blind pianist who's sitting next room. Probably he's not just blind, but also deaf and dumb. Don't worry, he's just pretending. After that, the comedy turns into a blockbuster - one murder after another, yet the main guy stays alive even after a mysterious poisoning, which makes him truly blind! How the murderer managed to do so, even the director of the movie doesn't know. If you wondering how check Google - that's what the killer did. I did so too, and guess what? I didn't find any. Okay, let's put it so - she apparently invented a new secret pharmaceutical remedy. She's Dr. Evil! But not as good as a doctor of the bankrupted hospital in Pune, who appears in the middle of the movie and tries to cut out the kidney of the blind guy! What a twist! Of course, if the hospital is in danger, the doctor will do anything to save it, even sell the organs. Yet, it rings the bell, when the doctor explains why he does it. Surprisingly, all the patients he was taking care of for the last decade abandonded him and went to the new hospital that got open close by. Pretty much life-like situation. For years people are being treated by their family doctor, yet the moment new hospital is open they abandoned him all at once. Doctor, along with his staff, goes turbo and captures poor blind pianist to cut him open. Still, you feel like watching to the end? Don't bother. It will end up somewhere in Europe or a place that looks like Europe. And it ends up pretty much with nothing.
Six poor writers tried to make this story into something interesting and failed flat on their faces. I guess it's time for them to update their CV letters and call HR agents, cause this waste of time ain't not gonna make it to the red or any other color carpet.
The only good part of the movie is DOP work. It's done competingly well.
WOW is the only word I can say and I haven't even finished the film yet! Ayushmann is National Film Award worthy with this spellbinding performance and Tabu is fantastic as always! Andhadhun is NOT your typical Bollywood film, with only 1-2 musical segments adding to the overall ambiance. I'd say it's more of an example of parallel cinema and is very Hitchcock-esque!
You gotta watch this if you love crime thriller movies.Background music is good too