Taish Review

User Rating: 2.7
Taish Review

Average Ratings:2.7/5
Score: 60% Positive
Reviews Counted:9
Positive:3
Neutral:0
Negative:2

Ratings:.2/5 Review By: News18 Site:News18

The movie plot is packed so if you blink you might miss a few details, but the series on the other hand breathes out the scenes. I feel the sprawling story needs the span of a series to do it justice. If you must watch just one pick the series. I was engrossed enough to watch the movie and fill in the gaps with the series. The beautifully architected score layers the emotions and I suspect it’s going to go on many playlists.This is Bejoy’s ship through and through and one thing is for sure, with Taish served two ways the capabilities of stories on Indian screens have expanded.

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

The script gives Rane, Sarbh and Samrat equal weightage. The actors play three different models of masculinity – the first is toxic and aggressive, the second restrained in his ways, and the third filled with uncontrollable angst. But none of them is reduced to a flat character type – the actors etch out deeply flawed, and wronged, men with their share of contradictions. Taish, far from perfect, thrills and engages in equal measure. It adds up to more hits than misses.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Umesh Site:Koimoi

All said and done, Taish is an absorbing trip of its defining emotions such as anger, rage, indignation. Backed by an unequalled story-telling by Bejoy Nambiar, this show/film packs a riveting punch.

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Ratings:.2/5 Review By: Hungama Site: Bollywood Hungama

On the whole, TAISH rests on an interesting storyline and is embellished with some fine performances. But the long length and a weak second half dilutes the impact to a great extent.

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Ratings:.3.5/5 Review By: Sukanya Site: Rediff

Strong brews are Director Bejoy Nambiar’s forte and his gripping slice-of-mess about things spiralling out of control find an expression in a striking ensemble and volatile scenery. Taish circles in a moment, one unthinking rash moment without paying heed to the repercussions that will follow.The rush of adrenalin is everything — whether going for the kill or paying the price.And Bejoy Nambiar has a ball submitting to its murky whims.

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Taish Story:

Rohan Karla (Jim Sarbh) and Sunny Lalwani (Pulkit Samrat) are best friends from their childhood days. Sunny goes to attend Rohan’s younger brother Krish’s (Ankur Rathee) weeklong wedding in a scenic country estate in UK. The boys look at this as an opportunity to catch up and let loose – unabashed and fun revelry dotting the weeklong affair. Somewhere else in the dark grimy corners of South Hall London, a violent criminal family of moneylenders is headed by Kuljinder (Abhimanyu Singh) with his two brothers Pali (Harshvardhan Rane) and Jassi (Armaan Khera). Pali has been planning to quit the family business and start life afresh with Kuljnder’s wife Jahaan (Sanjeeda Sheikh) with whom he has been having an affair. But fate has other plans for him. Both these world collides when Kuljinder comes to attend the wedding in the country side. A past secret connected to Rohan and Kuljinder sparks an incident of violence which then kick starts a chain of violence changing all their lives drastically.

Taish Release Date:

Oct 29, 2020 ( India) straight to Zee 5

Taish Cast:

Pulkit Samrat
Kriti Kharbanda
Jim Sarbh
Harshvardhan Rane
Sanjeeda Sheikh

Director: 
Bejoy Nambiar

Producer: 
Nishant Pitti
Deepak Mukut
Bejoy Nambiar
Shivanshu Pandey
Rikant Pitti 

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