Released Date : Aug 3, 2018

Directed by : Anubhav Sinha

Box Office : 7 Crores

Genre : Drama

Mulk Movie Review

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Neha Jha

Mulk Review: The Film Exposes Religious Bigotry Right on your Face. What Mulk talks about is something heard before as well, but not as openly and brazenly. The film forces you to look in the eye the divide orchestrated for political gains.

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First of all, it is very hard to believe that Anubhav Sinha whose earlier credits include fluff stuff like Tum Bin and Ra.One, has actually created this modern political masterpiece which attempts very successfully to humanise a community that has been demonised by some negative elements. And yet Mulk doesn’t take sides, doesn’t make the Indian Muslim community a portrait of injured innocence. What it does do, and full-marks to Anubhav Sinha for writing a script that doesn’t bend backwards to humanise the community under siege, is to lay bare the layers of deception that mars a truly fruitful dialogue between sane rational elements in both the Hindu and Muslim community. Source : Visit site for more
At the heart Mulk is a fearless spirit that is a far cry from the abject timidity of Bollywood, an industry that believes in upholding the status quo even if it threatens to endanger the precious pluralistic ethos that lies at the foundation of this vast nation. In making its extremely timely statement, this film allows itself to lean a tad towards conventional melodrama. But it makes its point with such force that it is difficult not to be impressed. Go watch Mulk for its stout-hearted espousal of sanity. It isn’t often that Bollywood shows such spine. Source : Visit site for more
Shot in the bylanes of small town India, the film captures the milieu it is set in aptly. The music is the weakest link and the soaring and melodramatic background score in some portions is distracting. Mulk focusses on some hard-hitting and burning issues, while also highlighting the crucial role that the media and various other channels of information play in disseminating the right news and facts to its citizens. It also brings to fore the other faces of terrorism which often gets brushed under the carpet. Source : Visit site for more
Bold, hard-hitting and topical content-driven film… Asks pertinent, difficult, uncomfortable questions… Strong drama… Power-packed dialogue… Director Anubhav Sinha gets it right… Recommended!Mulk stands on powerful writing + splendid performances… Rishi Kapoor is in terrific form… Taapsee is fantastic… Supporting cast adds strength Source : Visit site for more

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