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Rashmi Rocket Review

User Rating: 3.17
Rashmi Rocket Review

Average Ratings: 3.17/5
Score:100% Positive
Reviews Counted:8

Ratings: Review By:Anupama Chopra Site:Filmcompanion

Rashmi Rocket is a bit of a muddle. The film is situated between fact and fiction. Director Akarsh Khurana, his team of writers and leading lady Taapsee Pannu are trying to translate a complex, little-known subject into accessible and entertaining cinema. The attempt is well-intentioned and brave but not entirely successful. For one, the film about an unconventional woman is far too conventional. But the writing falters when it comes to the plotting of Rashmi’s rise and fall. The film resorts to cliches such as an upper-class rival. And of course, the training montage.It’s half-baked moments like this that stop Rashmi Rocket from taking flight.

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Ratings: Review By:Komal Nahta Site:Film Information

On the whole, Rashmi Rocket is an extremely interesting and entertaining fare for the family audience. Had the film released in the cinemas, it would have opened slow but collections would have definitely picked up by tremendously positive word of mouth. Of course, it has its limitations as it is devoid of ingredients like romance, dance, comedy, etc. but having said that, it must be added that it is a very enjoyable fare. It also has special appeal for the ladies audience.

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Ratings:4/5 Review By:Ronak Site:Times Of India

Unlike other sports dramas, ‘Rashmi Rocket’ isn’t just about that one make or break game in the climax. But still, Nanda Periyasamy’s riveting story, Aniruddha Guha’s sharp screenplay and Akarsh Khurana’s able direction, holds your attention right from the beginning until the end, where the race for justice is played out in a court. With powerful performances ‘Rashmi Rocket’ fires on all cylinders and stays the course of informing, entertaining and educating its audience about an archaic practice that should be left far behind in the race against inequality and bias.

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

On the whole, RASHMI ROCKET tackles an important issue and is laced with a powerful performance by Taapsee Pannu. The movie will need a strong word of mouth as the lack of buzz around the film might prove to be a dampener to an extent.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Samriddhi Site:Zee News

On the whole, when you overlook the melodrama and rushed first-half, Akarsh Khurana’s Rashmi Rocket has an unconventional storyline that can greatly contribute to conversations around gender equality.

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

It’s not just the push-and-pull of keeping it grounded while ratcheting the high drama quotient. You also have to get past the film throwing constructed spanners in the works: often a flimsy scene or situation feels inserted, or a dialogue underlined, and the incessant background music keeps calling attention to itself. A few eye-roll moments threaten to derail things: why would a pregnant couple, having heard a doctor saying ‘thoda risk hai’ go out and do the exact thing that has been deemed risky? But then you return to Rashmi fighting the good fight, for herself and for other athletes who have been done against in similar fashion, and you want to cheer. For keeping sporting women on top, and for the very worthy cause.

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

I do wish Rashmi Rocket had dwelt at length on caste and class privilege while assessing the “level playing field” that athletics federations long claimed they hoped to achieve for women by eliminating women athletes with high testosterone levels from competitions. Still, the film ends up planting the seeds of other thoughts in the audience’s minds, including the realisation echoed by what Bruce Kidd, a former long-distance Olympic runner, told NYT, “that Olympians themselves sometimes joke that they’re all freaks of nature”. What then is “normal” and “natural”? That Rashmi Rocket raises that question and sustains a conversation on it right till the end makes it a commendable and significant film.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Deepti Site:Rediff

For casual fans of sport, who may not be aware of the Dutee Chand case and the issue of hypoandrogenism in sport, Rashmi Rocket is a good starting point. But the film lacks depth and grit. At a time when athletes are pushing boundaries of their scope of influence, Rashmi Rocket is politically correct without being enlightening.

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Rashmi Rocket Story:

Set in Kutch, ‘Rashmi Rocket’ is about a young girl from a small village, who wins accolades for the country as a professional runner. However, her life takes a turn when she’s called in for a gender verification test

Rashmi Rocket Release Date:

Oct 15, 2021 ( India) straight to Zee 5

Rashmi Rocket Movie Cast:

Taapsee Pannu as Rashmi
Priyanshu Painyuli as Captain Gagan Thakur
Abhishek Banerjee as Dr. Ejaz Qureshi
Shweta Tripathi as Maya Bhasin

Akarsh Khurana

Ronnie Screwvala
Neha Anand
Pranjal Khandhdiya

Rajeev Masand ,  Anupama Chopra  Reviews are awaited for this movie

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