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31st October Movie Review

31st October  Movie Review

Average Ratings:2.08/5
Score: 100% Negative
Reviews Counted:6

Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Nihit Site:Times Of India

Producer-writer Harry Sachdeva’s heart must have been in the right place, but a lot else wasn’t. In parts, the movie ends up looking like a dramatic reenactment of riots from a crime show. To its credit, the movie is only 102 minutes long, and you can see a sense of honesty in it. But the final product is underwhelming and looks like a small-scale remake of the Hollywood film franchise, The Purge (innocent people running scared on the streets, dodging murderous mobs).

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Shubhra Site:Indian Express

31st October had the chance to re-construct that ghastly day and show just how an event can spiral out of control, and just how easily hatred can be fanned and spread when the law and order machinery has been told to look the other way. But the film has nothing – neither narrative nor engaging characters—on offer.Das is hopelessly miscast. The others fare no better. Khan at least tries hard to look the part, but cannot rise above the sheer ineptness of this enterprise, which neither tells nor shows us anything we do not know.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Rohit Site:Hindustan Times

31st October is an account of that one day when the national capital burnt with its own rage after the then prime minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards Beant Singh and Satwant Singh. 31st October is an important film, especially when many have gone scot-free in the anti-Sikh riots cases even after so many years. It’s going to be 32 years in 10 days.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Saibal Site:NDTV

Written by producer Harry Sachdeva and inspired by true incidents, 31st October makes a fair fist of recreating one of the darkest days in the history of independent India. Directed by Marathi filmmaker Shivaji Lotan Patil, 31st October makes the right noises but is unable to direct and land its blows with the ferocity that could get the audience all pumped up. That is a pity because it does serve a clear and necessary purpose. Its message is unambiguous – justice still eludes the victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and it is about time we as a nation did something about it.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Prasanna Site:Rediff

The first half of the film moves at a languid pace as the National Award-winning director showcases the bonhomie between the two communities before the assassination. The second half equally lacks the pace that should accompany a rescue mission. Khan, as an actor, doesn’t have much to do as a mother whose mental toughness and the belief in God is put to the test. Vir Das does touch an emotional chord or two as the father of Sikh boys, who has to make a decision between staking their lives at the cost of their religious identities. Given these limitations, 31st October could be a one-time watch.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Surabhi Site:Koimoi

31st October comes across a terribly shot, poorly written and shoddily acted film. Definitely skip! 31st October is a classic example of how to not make a film. It has problems in almost all of its departments and hence give this one a miss. 31st October fails to engage you at any level, least of all emotionally. I am going with a 1.5/5 for this.

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31st October Story:  

In 1984, a family fights against the odds to survive the carnage inflicted on Sikhs.

31st October  Release Date:

Oct 21 2016

 Director:  Shivaji Lotan Patil

Producer:   Harry Sachdeva

Soha Ali Khan as Tajinder Kaur
Vir Das as Davinder Singh
Lakha Lakhwinder Singh as Yogesh
Deepraj Rana as Pal

Run Time:  1 hours and 49 Minutes

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