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Nakkash Movie Review

User Rating: 2.71
Nakkash Movie Review

Average Ratings:2.71/5
Score: 60% Positive
Reviews Counted:7


Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Saibal  Site: NDTV

Nakkash only skims the surface of a complex theme. Instead of raining hammer blows on politics that is driven by discord and distrust, it manages to inflict only a few pin pricks on its target. Be that as it may, any film that has its heart in the right place – Nakkash does – merits commendation.

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Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Anna  Site: Firstpost

It goes without saying that the theme of Nakkash is relevant to the times we live in, where right-wing establishments worldwide have been overtly promoting animosity between communities. Relevance does not necessarily make for great cinema though, and Nakkash starts off looking like it might possibly go down a clichéd sermonising route. Fortunately, it does not – it simply tells a relatable story.

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Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Pallabi  Site: Times Of India

What doesn’t work for ‘Nakkash’ is the ultimate sacrifice the writer forces upon the lead role that he makes in the name of friendship, and at a time where people do not flutter eyelashes before turning backs on their kith and kin; ho-hum. In a nutshell, this drama on social issues ticks all the boxes of a progressive and offbeat movie, and despite its inconsiderable flaws, one should give this ‘art film’ a try!

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

Clearly the intention of the film is to hold a mirror to where we have reached as a nation, with hatred and bigotry replacing trust and ‘bhaichara’, the sort of intention we need to see more of because it would seem only cinema can join the vanishing dots of the India that used to be.And the end feels flat. You are left wishing for a little more optimism. Or is this what we have to live with, going forward?

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Ratings:.2/5 Review By: Kunal Guha Site: Mumbai Mirror

Given the turbulent times we live in, a story about a Muslim craftsman who’s targeted for carving intricate designs on stone for Hindu temples in Varanasi would be pertinent. In a world where secularism is often brandished as a means to an end, this film could’ve potentially conveyed the wrath inflicted on those who selflessly practice it. But the makers barely manage to go beyond the compelling premise and its inevitable conclusion can be predicted just minutes into the film.

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Ratings:.2.5/5 Review By: Devesh Site: Filmfare

ABetter attention to detail and better writing would have turned Nakkash into a powerful vehicle propagating Hindu-Muslim unity — something that’s much needed in these troubled times. Instead, you’re left with a sense of what could have been as you come out of the theatre…

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Ratings:.2.5/5 Review By: Nandini Site: Scroll

There isn’t enough raw material for a 125-minute movie, and the idea that humans are largely tolerant of each other until they are provoked by outside forces is as naive as it is hopeful. While the performances are mostly workmanlike, Kumud Mishra exudes authority as the priest who tries hard to restore Varanasi’s reputation for tolerance before it all went under.

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Ratings:. Review By: Namrata Site: Hindu

The tone gets too sanctimonious and earnest and often screechy, the acting veers towards the melodramatic but film’s plea to save manushyata (humaneness and humanity) is well-intentioned and hits the right spot. The timing of its release makes one wonder if it’s an unintended metaphor of our times. Or if it’s a film that is marooned and stranded because the cause it’s propagating is itself a lost one. At least for now.

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Nakkash Story:

Alla Rakha is a talented Muslim craftsman who designs beautiful and intricate sculptures of Hindu deities. After being ostracized by his own community and the society, Alla eventually gains popularity as a symbol of religious harmony following a news article about his work. However, when his new-found fame costs an election ticket for an aspiring politician named Munna, Alla finds himself at the receiving end of Munna`s wrath.

Nakkash Release Date:

May 31, 2019 ( India)

Nakkash Cast:

Inaamulhaq as Allah Rakha Siddiqui
Sharib Hashmi as Samad
Kumud Mishra as Vedanti Ji
Pawan Tiwari as Munna Bhaiya
Rajesh Sharma as Police Inspector

Zaigham Imam

Govind Goyal … co-producer
Zaigham Imam … producer
Pawan Kumar Mishra … co-producer
Ashutosh Sharma … co-producer (as Ashutosh Verma)
Piiyush Singh … associate producer
Pawan Tiwari … producer
Shweta Tiwari … associate producer 

Run Time: 2 hour 3 Minutes

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