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Tumhari Sulu

Released Date : Nov 17, 2017

Directed by : Suresh Triveni

Box Office : 26.19 Crores

Genre : Comedy, Drama

VIDYA BALAN AS A RADIO JOCKEY IS SOMETHING WORTH A WATCH!!
A SURESH TRIVENI MOVIE BASED ON HOW EVERYDAY HOUSEWIVES OF THIS COUNTRY CAN MAKE A GREAT DIFFERENCE!
A happy-go-lucky housewife of Mumbai drastically undergoes an overnight change in her life as she becomes an RJ in Mumbai!

Status

Released

Production Company

T-Series, Ellipsis Entetainment

Release Date

November 17,2017

Shooting Location

India

Genre

Comedy, Drama

Language

Hindi

Budget

  20 crore

director

Suresh Triveni

Distributed by

T-Series

story by

Suresh Triveni

cinematographer

Saurabh Goswami

Other Site Expert Review

Site: BollywoodLife     Review By- Tushar

Tumhari Sulu is funny, dramatic, engaging and entertaining at the same time. Vidya and Manav give performances that will shine on their resumes for a lifetime. Watch it if you ever felt ‘I can do this!’ while pursuing a secret dream. Tumhari Sulu is a must watch! Source : Visit site for more

Site: DNA     Review By- Meena

Vidya Balan’s indomitable spirit is infectious. And that is what makes Tumhari Sulu worth a watch. Having said that, the film is almost 20 minutes too long and that kind of makes you slightly restless. As one said at the start, had the length of this film been slightly trimmed, it would’ve made it twice as appealing. Go for this one — if you want to know the recipe for what makes ordinary people, extraordinary. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Times Of India     Review By- Neil Soans

The sudden shift from being lighthearted to a serious drama is largely where the film falters. Until then, there are entire sequences, especially with her colleagues which are thoroughly entertaining but don`t eventually add up to much. Fortunately, the tonal shifts are not too jarring to disconnect from the story which is easily accessible. A majority of the urban populace will relate to the challenges faced by Sulu and her family, as we all struggle to live out our dreams of a better life. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Khaleej Times     Review By- Anita

The first half of the movie is breezy, providing us a glimpse into the life of a middle-class home in suburban Mumbai. Post interval, however, the film switches to the troubles the couple goes through while she is away entertaining a bunch of loners in the city. How the couple recovers from the crux of the film.Head to the theatres this weekend to watch this simple slice of life movie! You can definitely connect with their daily struggles in some way. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Rediff     Review By- Sukanya Verma

Be it Neha Dhupia`s glamorous, easy-going radio head, Vijay Maurya`s comically proud poet, Sulu`s disapproving twin sisters, the Punjabi receptionist, the `conjuncti-virus` struck tiffin service, the listener who is reminded of his wife in Sulu`s hearty laugh, the well-meaning lady cabbie, every significant and secondary character strikes a chord in Tumhari Sulu with its inherent `humarapan.`And so it`s a bit of bummer when Tumhari Sulu takes a mawkish turn towards the climax to overemphasise its sentiment and almost overstay its welcome.Except, who dare resist that sexy laugh or smouldering Hellooo…? Source : Visit site for more

Site: NDTV     Review By- Saibal Chatterjee

Tumhari Sulu isn`t a perfect film, but it is definitely well worth a viewing as much for the quality of the acting and for its technical finesse. In any case, a film is easy to fall in love with when Vidya Balan is this stupendous. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Filmcompanion     Review By- Anupama Chopra

Above all, Tumhari Sulu is a masterclass in acting. It’s a testament to the skill and smarts of Vidya Balan who lifts an underdeveloped screenplay by just acting the hell out of it. At the end, when Sulu articulates what this job meant to her and weeps, I cried with her. There’s also a stellar moment in which Sulu acknowledges her lack of credentials – she is after all a 12th standard fail. See this film for Vidya. Her unfettered joy will make you smile. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Zee ETC Bollywood Business     Review By- Komal Nahta

Suresh Triveni’s story is fresh and beautifully presents the life of a middle-class school dropout who suddenly gets a well-paying job but which has a bit of a social stigma attached to it. The first half is full of light moments as the story gives you a peek into middle-class living in Bombay. The film takes a fairly serious turn after interval and there are some heart-touching emotions too which will bring tears to the eyes of the weak-hearted. On the whole, Tumhari Sulu is a heartwarming entertainer and it will, therefore, score at the box-office. Its positive word of mouth will see collections rising. Source : Visit site for more

Site: News18     Review By- Rajeev Masand

Post intermission, however, the script begins to flounder. The conflicts feel forced and manufactured, particularly a subplot involving their son and his troubles at school. There is potential to dig deeper and ask prickly but important questions about patriarchy, ego, equality in a marriage, and male pride. But the makers have little interest in exploring uncomfortable territory, preferring instead to resolve conflicts quickly and painlessly. As a result, Tumhari Sulu is warm, and light, and funny, but it’s missing heft. Source : Visit site for more

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Schedule   Collection Amount (in crores)  
Opening day 2.87
End of opening week 12.87
End of week 1 19.78
Lifetime 26.19
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