Milan Talkies is scripted and directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia Ali Fazal Shraddha Srinath Sanjay Mishra Ashutosh Rana Yashpal Sharma Deep Raj Rana Sikander K

Milan Talkies Movie Review

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Review for the film " Milan Talkies"
Runtime: 2 Hours 21 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 15-03-2019
Genre: Drama
2.5 / 5.0



Milan Talkies is scripted and directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia. Ali Fazal, Shraddha Srinath, Sanjay Mishra, Ashutosh Rana, Yashpal Sharma, Deep Raj Rana, Sikander Kher, Pankaj Tripathi and Reecha Sinha are in the star cast. Akriti Kakkar and Rana Mazumder composed the music.


Anirudh is an aspiring filmmaker. He makes local films and also helps the students illegally to clear their exams. Mythili is a student, who wants to clear her exams. Her father pays Anirudh and asks him to help Mythili. After meeting Mythili, Anirudh’s life started traveling on a different path. Did he become a director? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Shraddha Srinath, the south actress makes her debut in Milan Talkies. Her outstanding performance will definitely gain her in getting good offers in Bollywood. Ali Fazal played the normal commercial hero and his performance is good. Ashutosh Rana did a decent job.


Milan Talkies doesn’t have a unique story, but some of the elements in this film are new. Casting is good and the stars played their roles perfectly. However, some of the stars including Deep Raj Rana and Sanjay Mishra didn’t have significant roles. The screenplay is not much impressive and the film seems to be boring and draggy in particular sequence. The music composition is excellent. Production and technical values didn’t have anything to complain about.

What’s There?

  • Performance of Shraddha Srinath is neat
  • The music composition is impressive

What’s Not There?

  • The screenplay is not crisp; the film seems to be draggy at a point
  • Some senior stars are wasted


If the screenplay is strong, the film would have got a huge response. Although it seems draggy, commercial movie lovers might like Milan Talkies.