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Angrezi Medium Review

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Average Ratings:2.84/5
Score: 100% Positive
Reviews Counted:10
Positive:5
Neutral:4
Negative:0

 

Ratings:.2/5 Review By: Taran Adarsh  Site: Twitter

ales when compared to its predecessor #HindiMedium… Appeals in parts, not in totality… Writing of convenience… #Irrfan and #DeepakDobriyal superb. #RadhikaMadan decent. #Kareena, #Dimple wasted. #AngreziMediumReview

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Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand  Site: News18

If you can overlook those problems there are some pleasures to be had, chief among them the joy of taking in Irrfan’s performance. It’s an effortless job – ‘makkhan’ as they say in Hindi – a performance so light on its feet, it never feels like acting. He invests Champak with genuine humanity, despite the uneven script. You can’t help feeling especially appreciative knowing that he made the film while critically unwell. In the end I feel like Angrezi Medium is one part clunky, and one part enjoyable. It’s not a perfect film – far from it – but I will admit I came out with a smile. I’m going with a generous three out of five.

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Ratings:. Review By: Anupama Chopra  Site: Filmcompanion

I found myself teary at the end of Angrezi Medium. I was moved by Champak’s emotions. I was also moved by Irrfan, his strength and his resilience against the deadly disease he is currently battling – in an audio clip promoting the film, he called it an “unwanted mehman.”This is an actor to treasure. Watching him, as Marie Kondo would say, sparks joy. And we can all use some of that.

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Ratings:. Review By: Komal Nahta  Site: Filminformation

On the whole, Angrezi Medium is not half as good as Hindi Medium. In fact, it is too ordinary to really create an impact on the box-office. It will not be able to keep its distributors in a happy zone, and this is not just because of the attendance in cinemas being adversely affected due to the coronavirus scare and the closure of cinemas ordered in some parts of India.

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Ratings:.3.5/5 Review By: Pallabi  Site: Times Of India

The first half of the screenplay is more engaging then the second, but, while trying to fit in too many subplots, the story goes quite haywire. There are some fantastic moments in the film, and sharply written scenes between the characters, too, which in turn, prove to be the highlights of this drama. However, the story is far too convenient and has inconsistencies that are hard to overlook, but Irrfan’s exceptional performance makes it worth the watch.’Angrezi Medium’ does lose its grip on several occasions, what it does not lose is its hold on the emotion that it is trying to bring out, and the message it leaves you with.

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Ratings:.2.5/5 Review By: Shubhra  Site:Indian Express

The first half of the screenplay is more engaging then the second, but, while trying to fit in too many subplots, the story goes quite haywire. There are some fantastic moments in the film, and sharply written scenes between the characters, too, which in turn, prove to be the highlights of this drama. However, the story is far too convenient and has inconsistencies that are hard to overlook, but Irrfan’s exceptional performance makes it worth the watch.’Angrezi Medium’ does lose its grip on several occasions, what it does not lose is its hold on the emotion that it is trying to bring out, and the message it leaves you with.

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Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama

The first half of the screenplay is more engaging then the second, but, while trying to fit in too many subplots, the story goes quite haywire. There are some fantastic moments in the film, and sharply written scenes between the characters, too, which in turn, prove to be the highlights of this drama. However, the story is far too convenient and has inconsistencies that are hard to overlook, but Irrfan’s exceptional performance makes it worth the watch.’Angrezi Medium’ does lose its grip on several occasions, what it does not lose is its hold on the emotion that it is trying to bring out, and the message it leaves you with.

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Ratings:.3.5/5 Review By: Priyanka Jha  Site: News18

Currently, films with middle-class minutiae humorously showcased are the new favourites at the marquee and given its comic and emotional twists, Angrezi Medium is quite the family drama worth earmarking for watching with your folks.

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

Angrezi Medium, its sequel only in spirit, is a father’s endeavour to fulfill his teenager daughter’s wish to study in London. The crazy extremes he goes through to make it happen is what drives Homi Adajania’s new film as well as brings it down.At the end of its ensuing pandemonium and abundant melodrama, Angrezi Medium reveals little understanding of ambitious learners or parenting woes.

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Ratings:.2.75/5 Review By: Anna  Site: Firstpost

Like Raj from Hindi Medium, Champak too can barely speak English, a language that continues to have aspirational value across India. This though is an extraneous point in Angrezi Medium. Champak is not quite as wealthy as the BMW-driving Raj, but he is financially well off. Money too is not the driving force of this plot. The focus of Angrezi Medium is Champak’s single-minded commitment to Tarika that leads him to instrospect about his conservatism while she reconsiders her somewhat conventional interpretation of taking flight.

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Angrezi Medium Story:

Champak, an unassuming mithai shop owner and single father is set to fulfil his daughter’s dream to study in London. However, certain misadventures lead him and his family on a new quest, one which renews their relationships and bonds.

Angrezi Medium Release Date:

Mar 13, 2020 ( India)

Angrezi Medium Cast:

Irrfan Khan as Champak Bansal
Kareena Kapoor Khan as Officer Naina Kohli
Radhika Madan as Tarika Bansal
Deepak Dobriyal as Ghasiteram Bansal
Dimple Kapadia
Ranvir Shorey
Pankaj Tripathi as Tony (extended cameo appearance)
Kiku Sharda

Director: 
Homi Adajania

Producer: 
Dinesh Vijan
Jyoti Deshpande
 

Run Time: 2 hour 25 Minutes

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