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Padman Hindi Movie Review

Padman Hindi Movie Review 

 Average Ratings: 3.17/5
Score:90% Positive
Reviews Counted:13

Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Rajeev Masand Site:News18

Like Toilet Ek Prem Katha, Akshay’s latest, Pad Man, is about the great lengths a loving husband will go to for the happiness and the health of his wife. Like that film it employs humor to ease the fuss around age-old taboos, and as it turns out, it suffers from the same malaise that crippled Toilet – it’s well intentioned but let down by clunky execution.In the end Pad Man is admirable and has its heart in the right place, but it might have benefitted from a less sermonizing tone. I’m going with two-and-a-half out of five.

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Ratings:4/5 Review By:Taran Adarsh Site:Twitter

OneWordReview… #PadMan: WINNER. Realistic. Inspiring. Engaging. Deeply moving… A big THUMBS UP.PadMan mesmerises you with the story and storytelling, both… This well-intentioned film enlightens, educates as well as entertains… R Balki, take a bow. This is amongst your best works… Must watch! Akshay is making brave choices as an actor and that’s remarkable. He drives the movie with an impeccable act. #PadMan will stand out in his filmography, for sure… Sonam is charming… Radhika Apte excels…

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Ratings:— Review By:Komal Nahta Site:Zee ETC Bollywood Business

The first half is slow and also uses very basic techniques to explain points. But the post-interval portion is fast-paced as also very interesting and engaging. The duo’s dialogues are very good and several of them are excellent.On the whole, Pad Man is an en­joyable entertainer with a good mess­age. It will score at the box-office and will keep everyone associated with it, happy. It has chances of joining the Rs. 100-crore club.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Anupama Chopra Site:Filmcompanion

Until the mid-way point, Pad Man has snatches of power and emotion. Some scenes feel like a labored public service announcement and the melodrama gets shrill in places but largely Balki and his co-writer Swanand Kirkire keep the story moving. But Pad Man wobbles precariously as it becomes more fiction than fact. The writing gets unforgivably lazy. Especially with the character of Sonam Kapoor. Pad Man, a superman without the cape, is a memorable character. Like the real Pad Man, Lakshmi is self-deprecating and very funny – especially in the climactic speech at the United Nations. I wish the film matched his sparkle.

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Ratings:4/5 Review By:Raja Sen Site:NDTV

The PadMan title track revels in the fact that he doesn’t have to break bones in slow-motion or leap tall buildings in order to be a superhero. Films like this are why a new actor may someday mouth a song about how he isn’t Akshay Kumar. The cape is optional when the wings are built in.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Sweta Site:Hindustan Times

A young girl teases her brother when he wants to romance his wife, but runs away horrified when she sees a sanitary napkin in his hands. A loving but naive wife is scandalised as her husband “obsessed with women’s problems”. It is moments like these that make Akshay Kumar’s PadMan elevating, without being didactic. R Balki’s much-hyped film is based on the real life story of Arunachalam Muruganantham. Despite being peppered with melodrama and some unnecessarily stretched scenes, the entertaining PadMan delivers a robust message — the importance of women’s menstrual health.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Sukanya Verma  Site:Rediff

It’s one thing to come out great and entirely another to claim it. ‘Mad only become famous,’ he stresses in a monologue reeking of ‘Look, how socially conscious I am.’ The affectation is conspicuous and disappointing especially when even the blood stains in his pants seemed more sincere.For all its worth, PadMan has its premise in place. Now if only it had some wings.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Shubhra Gupta  Site:Indian Express

This is also the film which has to focus on the big male star for obvious reasons. We are left with the man of the movie, and the reason why this film has been made. Akshay gets fully into the role while trying to get in touch with the ‘feminine’ inside of him, with some nice strokes: he is the film, in a sense, and he is both earnest and likeable enough, even if we wish his women looked his age. And, even more crucially, that PadMan paid as much attention to its medium as its message.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Umesh Punwani Site:Koimoi

Watch or Not?: Some scenes might make some people a bit uncomfortable but watch this one for every woman in your life

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Ratings:4/5 Review By:Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama

On the whole, PAD MAN is a brave and an inspirational attempt at creating a commercial cinema out of a taboo topic. The movie scores high on content as well as emotions. At the box office, Akshay Kumar’s mass appeal will surely help to pull in the audiences. It has the potential to grow steadily at the box-office with the positive word-of-mouth. Period.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Renuka Site:Times Of India

Padman often seems like a Public Service Advertisement parading as a commercial film. In order to appeal to the lowest common denominator, things are over-explained and all of this results in a sluggish progression of events. However, given how awkward women are made to feel even today while buying sanitary pads from a medical store, this social drama makes for an important film that needs to be watched.Known for making films that work towards bridging the age and gender gap, Balki’s Padman is an empowering film that gives you the wings, despite the odds. It will free women of their inhibitions and that will be its biggest success. Period!

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Manjusha Site:GulfNews

Pad Man doesn’t have a cynical bone in its spine. It’s stimulating and uplifting without ever being unnecessarily soupy or overtly propaganda-driven. Director R Balki should take a bow for not making Pad Man weepy or didactic. It isn’t unnecessarily coercive, We knew what they were doing, but we still went with the flow. Perhaps, that is one of Pad Man’s biggest strengths. It’s easy to overlook the film’s flaws because it urges you to look at the bigger picture

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Ratings:3/5 Review By:KRK (Kamaal Rashid Khan ) Site:Khaleej Times

Bollywood churns out ample films but this one is worth a watch. Keeping aside how it will fare at the Box-Office, Pad Man has definitely gets us thinking about the plight of women who cannot afford sanitary napkins. In villages, thousands of women contact deadly diseases during menstruation but are unable to afford and unaware of the benefits of using pads. This film must be appreciated. Therefore you all go and watch it.

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Pad Man Story:  

Lakshmi is a newly married welder who causes a stir in his East Indian village when he tries to revolutionize the manufacturing of sanitary napkins for women.

Pad Man Release Date:

Feb 9, 2018 ( India)

 Director: R. Balki

Producer: Twinkle Khanna, SPE Films India, KriArj Entertainment, Cape of Good Films Hope, Productions

Akshay Kumar
Sonam Kapoor
Radhika Apte

Run Time:  2 hours and 20 Minutes

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