Atrangi Re Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Aruna Bhatia
- Bhushan Kumar
- Himanshu Sharma
- Music Director:
- A R Rahman
- Pankaj Kumar
- Hemal Kothari
- Aanand L Rai
- Akshay Kumar
- Sara Ali Khan
- Shreya Ghoshal
- Dhanush and Sara’s performances are neat
- Akshay’s presence is a big plus
- AR Rahman’s music adds value to the story
- Some logical loopholes
Atrangi Re is a romantic drama scripted by Himanshu Sharma and directed by “Aanand L Rai.” “Dhanush,” Akshay Kumar, Sara Ali Khan, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayub, Dimple Hayathi, and Seema Biswas are seen in prominent roles. “A R Rahman” composed the music. Pankaj Kumar cranked the camera. Hemal Kothari edited the film. Aanand L Rai, Himanshu Sharma, Bhushan Kumar, and Krishan Kumar produced the film.
Rinku Sooryavanshi is in love with a magician. Venkatesh Vishwanath Iyer is a medical student from Tamilnadu. He loves Mandakini, the daughter of the medical college dean. After knowing Rinku’s love for a person, his grandma strictly denies the relationship. In a particular situation, Venkatesh Vishwanath and Rinku got married forcibly. Rinku couldn’t forget her magician lover even after her marriage and wanted to live with him. What happens to their married life? Did they elope with their lovers? The rest of the film deals with this.
Dhanush has once again impressed everyone with his natural performance. Sara Ali Khan fits well in the role and has done an excellent job. Akshay’s role is limited, yet he has done his part exceptionally well in the limited time.
Aanand L Rai is an expert in narrating, and he impressed his fans with a different script and fast-paced screenplay. The stars are picked well for the right roles, and they did an excellent job in making the audience glued to their seats. The music composition by AR Rahman is stunning as always. The cinematographer and the editor had done their jobs well.
What’s Not There?
Started as a different story, the film ended on a different note. The film has a lot of exciting moments, good performances, neat visuals, and some good music. Atrangi Re – watch-worthy!