Judgementall hai kya is a good mix of comedy/thrill/fantasy. The story at it’s core is quite straightforward but the way it’s presented is very quirky and interesting. Acting-wise Kangana is superb! She makes you laugh, she makes you believe that she is the character. Rajkummar Rao is good as always. The supporting cast does justice to their roles.
Rating: ( 3.75 / 5 )
The 1st half is solid. It sets the tone of the film and the character arcs are pretty well. If I had to nitpick, I would say that the pacing of the 2nd half could be fastened a little – a couple of scenes could be edited.
Overall I did enjoy the movie (the strong performance and the presentation). It’s a refreshing take. But it’s quite a niche movie which may not have a mass appeal.
it has some new elements and I think the best word for this movie is ‘keep guessing’. I have to admit that you will be disturbed while watching this movie but you will get a shocking climax. This movie will get your attention quickly and guessing thing will happen every now and then.
So, revealing anything will ruin this movie. Their acting is superb and madness is at another level. While watching Kangana, she reminds me of Nolan’s Joker. Yeah, very disturbed movie but that’s the element that makes this movie different from other movies especially in this era and that’s only happened because of the two most talented actors.
It is not the usual cinema for Indian audience but this type of cinema is the future.
From every corner, Judgementall Hai Kya movie defines that India is moving ahead in terms of cinema. The way this movie deals beautifully with mental illness is something which is never been seen in Indian cinema.
As we all know Rating doesn’t matter if we want to see a good movie. The movie celebrated individuality and to love yourself who u are. But please take your mind while watching it.