Ratings:2/5 Review By: Renuka Site:TOI
Various films raise issues and portray aam junta's plight, their silent protests and outrage against the system, but fail to offer a credible solution to fight the crime. Uvaa dares to do that and manages to make sense somewhere, but shoddy execution mars this potentially significant social drama, which demands crucial changes in our judiciary and society at large.
Ratings:-- Review By: Karan Raikar Site:Bookmyshow
Uvaa shines in its own right, with its strong, resonating theme – how we, as citizens, must step up and change society and the system that is archaic and outdated, and create a safer and better environment for ourselves. However, there are two things that bog the film down a little – the duration and a couple of performances by some of the cast members. But apart from that, Uvaa makes for a good watch, and challenges you to change your outlook towards the flawed system of our country.
Movie Name: Uvaa
Synopsis:Worried about their future, five wayward teens from remote villages in UP are enrolled in an English medium school in Faridabad by their respective families in order to reform them. But can the youngsters adapt to their new posh surroundings? Things further take an ugly turn when the boys get involved in a criminal case.
Release Dates: Jun 27, 2015
Director: Jasbir B. Bhati
Running time: 1h 48m
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