30 July 2018 | By: Writing Buddha

Review: Mukkabaaz: One of the best movies of our time! ***½

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Anurag Kashyap is one director who when gets into his real and original form without experimenting much with his forte brings such a product in market than no other director or filmmaker in India can even imagine of. The Wasseypur series has been hit for the same reason that no one could ever accept that such a movie can be ever made by an Indian director. But Anurag Kashyap did it with almost each of his movies irrespective of their result at Box office. His latest movie, Mukkabaaz, featuring Vineet Singh, is another magical gem in his kitty. If ever Kashyap will be talked of in future, this movie will surely be named among his top five best works. That’s how beautiful and solid this movie is!

Anurag Kashyap’s movies always have a fact about society which is unavoidable and something which is killing the fabrics of society gradually but no one is able to kill it because of its powerful spread among the people already. He has not only talked about the corruption that takes place in the regional and small boards of selectors where they prefer their own favorites based on casteism and personal relationships rather than on merituous basis, but also talks about casteism in such a significant way that you, as an audience, will be surprised with the execution. The dialogues in the movie are super powerful and you will love each one of them and want the movie to continue forever.

The clash scenes between the protagonist and the villain played by Jimmy Shergill are so apt and hard-hitting that you will always remember them even if you forget the movie by mistake. Haha! There are few all and all funny scenes which will force you to laugh out loud. The climax is also closed wonderfully and you will take the essence of the movie along with you. The songs and background music have played a prominent part in the movie without which the movie would not have been that special as it has been.

Talking about the performances, this will end up being Vineet Singh’s one of the best performances of his career. Jimmy Shergill once again plays villain perfectly and entertains with his performance. Zoya Hussain playing the love interest of Vineet Singh has also given wonderful performance as a dumb character who cannot speak. Overall, everyone playing even the smallest part in the movie have contributed immensely. I give this 3.5 stars out of 5.



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