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04 Aug, 2017
1 hrs 47 mins
609 votes
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Kehri Singh, a real estate baron, runs his business Preet Real Estate in his daughter's name, whom he considers to be his lucky charm. He, however, sidelines his oldest son Nikki Singh, often calling him brash, insolent, good for nothing, and unlucky. Driven by his need to pay off a large debt to a local bookie, Nikki Singh sets off a chilling chain of events, that unwittingly force his cold-blooded father to confront his buried past.

Gurgaon, is a cautionary tale that reminds us of the famous saying, what goes around, comes around.
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Verdict: A nail-biting thriller exploring the dark side of real estate. There are a plethora of movies that drag us to the cinema hall due to the hype around them, and then there's this little chunk, which may have a silent release, but creates a buzz after its success. Gurgaon is one such movie. Released under []... ...Read full review
Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has been flooding his social media accounts with promotions for Gurgaon. A small-budget film, Gurgaon does not boast of stars or any major name from the industry. Pankaj Tripathi (who played Sultan in Gangs of Wasseypur) is the biggest name associated with it. ...Read full review
Till the very end of this violent saga of internecine devastation, we are given clues and glimpses into minds and hearts that are governed by greed and felled by opportunism. The editing (Shan Mohamed) gives the narrative the appearance of a wound-up clenched crisis. The cinematographer Vivek Shah captures the city of ambition, greed and destruction with a flamboyance that secretes a deep hurt and wound. These are characters born to doom. God bless them. ...Read full review
What is it about Gurgaon that lends itself so seamlessly into films that explore the heart of urban India`s darkness, or its inherent contradictions? Whether through a robust film like this, or Navdeep Singh`s NH10 (2015) that a lot of you have seen already? ...Read full review
When a daughter is born in a family, everyone says, Lakshmi hui hai. But, we still live in a country with places where daughters are not accepted with open arms. ...Read full review
Gurgaon begins with a monologue about dropping our civilized appearances and morphing into our true inner beasts. Ironically, the movie doesnt quite take the leap itself. ...Read full review
As far as cautionary tales go, director Shanker Raman follows the rules closely in his gritty noir thriller Gurgaon. Undeniably, the modern town is a metaphor for several themes Raman and his writing team have explored here family dynamics, gender politics, greed, violence, discrimination, urban alienation being a few. ...Read full review
The city has in one instant opened its vein and shown you its tender side, and in the very next instant pulled you into its vortex and zapped you with its speed. ...Read full review
Theres something about Haryana. And its pride, the chrome-and-steel-girded Gurgaon, whose tall multi-storeys glint off the snaking metro line, whose fancy malls and cars jostle side by side with displaced farmers and a marginalised work force, and over-riding it all is a feeling that sharks roam the streets, teeth out. One bite, and youre gone. ...Read full review