Maatr
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Maatr

Hindi
ThrillerDrama
21 Apr, 2017
1 hrs 53 mins
66%
815 votes
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SYNOPSIS
Maatr is a Hindi movie starring Raveena Tandon in a prominent role. The cast also includes Madhur Mittal, Divya Jagdale, Rushad Rana and Anurag Arora. It is a thriller drama movie directed by Ashtar Sayed, with Michael Pellico as the writer and producer, forming part of the crew.

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Verdict: Raveena shines as a hero in this hard-hitting yet melodramatic film. With a recent surge of women-centric films in Bollywood, Maatr comes as yet another blow to all those who believe that females are the weaker sex and that they can easily be taken for granted. Debutant director, Ashtar Sayed has successfully captured certain []... ...Read full review
Raveena is sincere as the victim who sullies her hands to get justice. But, the amount of bloodshed, leaves you asking, what is worse. Are the images of rape gorier, or is the bloodshed of the perpetrators of the crime, grosser? ...Read full review
Neerja, Akira, Begum Jaan, Anaarkali of Aarah, so many female centric stories in the past one yearand seems like, along with the Indian filmmakers, the audience is ready to see heroic tales of women and Maatr is one of them too. ...Read full review
The first ten minutes of the film are the most unsettling experience Ive ever had while watching a film in a long time. Having said that, the film scores most in the performance section. Each and every cast member gives a riveting performance. Raveena Tandon who is seen as a main lead on the big screen after 11 years nails her part of a grieving, vulnerable, broken mother ...Read full review
In Maatr, a wrong turn on a Delhi street is all it took for Vidya Chauhans (Raveena Tandon) life to be pulverised. The car that was conveniently close behind when her car crashed, does not rescue the injured mother and her teenage daughter Tia out of concern, but opportunism. ...Read full review

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