Durgamati The Myth Movie Review ( Durgavati)

User Rating: 2.28
Durgamati Review

Average Ratings:2.28/5
Score: 100% Negative
Reviews Counted:9
Positive:0
Neutral:6
Negative:3

 

Ratings: Review By: Komal Nahta Site:ZEE ETC Bollywood Business

On the whole, Durgamati – The Myth is too tame, far-fetched and implausible a drama to make any impact. It will not find much appreciation. Had it been released in the cinemas, it would not have fared too well.

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Ratings: Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:Filmcompanion

Bhumi delivers with full sincerity, banging her head on walls, glaring and screaming, punishing herself with aplomb. But this is a logic-free story, which runs for a hundred and fifty-five minutes and no one could make it palatable. Director Ashok, who also directed the Telugu version, creates an almost frame-by-frame replica of the earlier film. Once again, the camera lunges, sways and heaves in all directions. Every tilted angle, ominous soundtrack and horror film cliche is utilized to create a creepy atmosphere. considering that there is little difference between the Telugu and Hindi version. Both are an endurance test.

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

In a world where politics is often synonymous to hooliganism to some and egalitarianism is an alien concept (again, to some), ‘Durgamati’ does have a lesson or two to impart but the narrative and its storytelling technique is so bland that it slips through the cracks. A dialogue around strong ideologies including women empowerment is always welcome, but it could be delivered better.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama

On the whole, DURGAMATI rests on an interesting plot and is replete with some interesting scenes and an unpredictable twist in the second half. But the cinematic liberties are aplenty which hamper the impact. Also, Bhumi Pednekar’s performance is no way close to Anushka Shetty’s memorable act in BHAAGMATHIE. It will invite massive criticism from the subscribers of the OTT platform on which it has released. However, it’s sure to find an audience when it’ll premiere on satellite TV.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Umesh Site:Koimoi

All said and done, Durgamati is an all-over-the-place horror-drama. The intent of adapting and remaking a good story is clearly missing. It’s a horror of a film!

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Mike Site:Guardian

The political melodrama, expanded upon in flashbacks that push the running time beyond two and a half hours, promises a far cannier night in than we get. The horror element mostly finds Ashok rolling out tropes tried, tested and tired out in US features: Sinister-like film reels, genre-standard power cuts, hefty soundtrack parps when inspiration really fails. Pared down or sent up, it might have held the interest. As it is, Ashok plays it deadeningly straight, generating some very ripe, sub-sub-Hammer scenes as our heroine is possessed by the restless queen’s spirit. In this role, the capable Pednekar is limited to bellowing while someone points a wind machine in her face, and it’s really not as if the film needs to get any louder.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Pankaj Site:Bollywood Life

Durgamati is long, loud, inconsistent and doesn’t have enough in it to keep you involved. Trimming 20 minutes would have made a lot of difference. I’m going with 2.5 out of 5 stars.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Vinayak Site:Sify

You were just beginning to get excited about new-age Bollywood horror after cutting-edge stuff as Stree and Tumbbad. Then came Laxmii, and now Durgamati — as rude reminder that Bollywood horror still has some way to go. Durgamati, crafted almost frame to frame from the 2018 Telugu-Tamil horror drama Bhagmathie, comes across as cliched melodrama more than next-level scare fest as it tries peddling horror with a message. The outcome is neither scary nor relevant commentary, for the societal ills the film tries highlighting are far too familiar as subject material on the mainstream screen to leave an impact.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Madhuri Site:Filmybeat

One of the characters in Durgamati tells another, “Apne manzil tak pahuchne ke liya usne apne talent ka kaamal ka istamaal kiya.” Sadly, the same can’t be said about the film. Despite having a talented star cast, G. Ashok’s Bollywood directorial debut falls short of being a memorable scarefest due to lack of novelty and bland execution.

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Durgamati Story:

A bureaucrat is imprisoned in a haunted house for interrogation. However, things take an unexpected turn when she gets possessed by a spirit.

Durgamati Release Date:

Dec 11, 2020 ( India) straight to Amazon Prime

Durgamati Cast:

Bhumi Pednekar
Arshad Warsi
Jisshu Sengupta
Mahie Gill

Director: 
G. Ashok

Producer: 
Vikram Malhotra
Bhushan Kumar
Akshay Kumar
Krishan Kumar 

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