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Afwaah Movie Review – Bollymoviereviewz

Average Ratings: 3.42/5
Score:100% Positive
Reviews Counted:8


Ratings:  Review By: Komal Nahta Site: Filminformation

Sudhir Mishra has written a story about the state of affairs prevailing in today’s time when social media dictates how we think and what we do. Of course, the story is one of convenience but that’s not much of an aberration because the focus is on the evils of social media, which the audience would be able to identify with.On the whole, Afwaah is a well-made class film with weak commercial prospects.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Review By: Archika Site: Times Of India

There is no doubt that loose chatter and spreading stories that are not backed by facts and truths can often affect people’s lives and society at large. This film reasonably manages to bring to light the impact of such afwaahs; however, the climax seems a tad convenient and could have left us with a stronger impact. “Rumour hai par phikar kise hai, na phailaane wale ko na sun ne wale ko.” This is the sad truth. So, think twice about what you’re going to believe and go check out this Afwaah.

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Ratings: 4/5 Review By: Saibal Site: NDTV

More than a film, Afwaah, Sudhir Mishra’s first theatrical release in five years, is an act of courage and a fervent plea for sanity in a time of bigotry and intolerance. It may not be saying anything that we do not already know but the fact that it dares to say what has got to be said, and without mincing words at that, is deserving of unstinted applause.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Review By: Zinia  Site: India Today

This film, too, looks very apt for OTT. With larger-than-life films taking over the big screens, we wonder if Afwaah will find audience in the theatres.Afwaah is the perfect representation of what our society has been witnessing recently and hopefully, through this film, rumour–mongering and circulating fake news mindlessly will reduce! At least that’s what we can hope for.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Review By: Shubhra Gupta Site: Indian Express

Occasionally, the film begins to spell itself out, even sermonise, what the makers think is necessary to communicate to the audience. Afwaah is a reflection of the moral corruption that the society has undergone. It makes us sit up and realise ‘the rise of noise’ as well as the eroding space for argument and logical thinking as bigotry makes the public gullible.

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Ratings: 2.5/5 Review By: Titas Site: News18

Afwaah might be a realistic tale but it gives in to poetic justice eventually. It is a classic case of a great, noble and bold attempt gone wrong. Its honest and daring themes and statements go awry simple because the written word doesn’t translate to the screen with the same effervesce, grit and gumption.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Review By: Anna Site:Firstpost

The second half of Afwaah is not as firmly structured as the first, nor as finessed, but the point it makes is powerful and unequivocal. The effect is startling considering how servile most of Bollywood has become and how even liberals in this industry, with some honourable exceptions, have either fallen silent or have been walking on eggshells around political themes in contrast with some of India’s other film industries.

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

Sudhir Mishra’s timely and thrilling Afwaah examines the reach and repercussions of the rumour mongering industry in a rabidly assumptive society. Mishra’s liberal voice and social consciousness reflects in his works as does his virtuosity in crafting edge-of-the-seat drama amidst revolting realities. A combination of these attributes shape Afwaah’s significant but on-the-nose commentary produced by the genre’s biggest patron, Anubhav Sinha.The events of Afwaah are all around us but Mishra pieces them together to highlight the hypocrisy and predict hazardous times for everyone on the social hierarchy.

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The Kerala Story Plot:

Rahab, a top advertising professional and Nivi, a political heiress, find no place to hide as they get entangled in a vicious rumour created by the social media machinery. Witness how an “Afwaah” upends and changes the course of their lives.

The Kerala Story Release Date:

5 May 2023 straight to Theaters

The Kerala Story Cast:

Nawazuddin Siddiqui
Bhumi Pednekar
Sumeet Vyas
Sharib Hashmi

The Kerala Story Director: 

Sudhir Mishra

The Kerala Story Producer: 

Anubhav Sinha

The Kerala Story Production Companies:

Anubha Sinha Production
Benaras Mediaworks

The Kerala Story Distribution Companies:

AA Films
Panorama Studios (India)
Reliance Entertainment

The Kerala Story Run Time: 

2 Hour 2 Minutes (122 minutes)

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