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This is what you call a perfect thriller from start to finish. Nothing bad to say about this one It has everything from plot to acting skills to directing you name it.
I think the star cast did a stellar job with this one. I am loving the extremely realistic and ordinary environment Ayushmann and Raj. Rao are presenting in their movies. It's very refreshing. the story was simple but very entertaining as well as well written and executed. I see no plot holes or over the top theatrics and performances. The chemistry was beautiful between the three leads. Finally, Rajkumar Rao outshone everyone with his performance here.
superb acting by the cast, I am beginning to really like Rajkumar Rao but I can't help but feel that there could've been more to the story. Maybe more detailed description of what actually happened to Stree towards the end. I feel that there's a lot left unexplained and with stories such as this one the audience feels uncomfortable if they don't get a very complete conclusion. Immensely entertaining nonetheless.
Phenomenal performance by Ranbir Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Manisha Koirala and Paresh Rawal. The most entertaining Raju Hirani movie to date. I had my doubts watching this as I wasn't sure how I'd feel seeing RK portray a very ALIVE actor but he excels so much that sometimes I thought I was watching Sanjay himself. Stellar comedy, reality and emotions are mixed together to bring about the usual Raju Hirani magic but even better.
Exquisite performance from the veteran leads. I think Rizwan is one of Shah Rukh Khan's most charming characters. Also the kid Rizwan played by Tanay Chheda is brilliant. Beautiful cinematography, engaging dialogues, and iconic scenes. I love the comedy and the climax and I especially love the part they were still in India. The romance scenes were so heartwarming I think they created a garden of Eden inside my chest.