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Krantiveer-The Revolution Reviews

Overall Rating: 1.33/5

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Ratings:1.5/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh Site:BollywoodHungama

KRANTIVEER worked for various reasons, but a strong reason was it being amongst the early films to raise a voice against injustice and malpractices. Post KRANTIVEER, there has been a barrage of films that have followed a similar path. That’s why KRANTIVEER – THE REVOLUTION, despite the right intentions, doesn’t stand out. However, the provocative dialogue and the reference to 26/11 do catch your attention in its second half. On the whole, KRANTIVEER – THE REVOLUTION is an ordinary fare, which is for the hardcore masses.

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesOfIndia 

The first thing that strikes you about Krantiveer: The Revolution is its decibel level. It’s a film that literally yells at you. The second thing that makes you slip back further in your seats is the old-fashioned avatar of the film which supposedly peddles a case for the young. In terms of its message, Mehul Kumar does manage to make a case for the young Indians to come forward and take up the reins of governance in a country dominated by doddering politicians.  But in terms of drama, the film has nothing newage to offer. It’s a brave effort to create a lost world, but alas! Bollywood has marched miles ahead from the days of yore and yelldom.

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Ratings:0.5/5 Reviewer:Komal Nahata Site:KoiMoi

The story, penned by Mehul Kumar, is too simplistic to be true. Mehul Kumar’s screenplay is one of complete convenience and, therefore, looks rather unbelievable. The likeness of the riots in the drama to the riots of November 2008 is too much for the audience to take because fact has been sought to be married with fiction. In fact, the drama takes a strange turn when the riots break out and this angle seems to be an odd appendage in the drama.Mehul Kumar’s direction is not of the kind which would appeal to modern-day viewers. Like his script, even his narrative style looks dated. Otherwise, there is no problem in his direction per se.

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