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Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota

Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota

21 Mar, 2019
2 hrs 18 mins
3,157 votes
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The film revolves around a man who suffers from a rare condition called congenital insensitivity to pain. Using it to his advantage, he wants to rid his city of petty thieves.
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Verdict: Comedy, action, and absurdity, makes this one a must watch. Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota is an example that proves you that entertainment in Indian cinema goes beyond random synchronized dancing and hopeless romances. After winning the People`s Choice Award at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival and opening Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival, this film by Vasan Bala is ready to win all... ...Read full review
All said and done, our hero might not feel any pain, but Balas zany tribute to the days of yore leaves a mark on you with all its silliness. With its cheer, colour and sparkle, its the perfect Holi gift. Dont miss this. ...Read full review
It is also a reassurance. Video may have once killed the radio star, but as long as films like this can be made and can be played, over and over, videos not going anywhere. The print is fine. They live. ...Read full review
Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota is the inventive, new age Hindi cinematic offering that could appeal to the millennial audience. With a combination of its wacky setup and laughs aplenty this avant-garde film could, in fact, turn out to be a surprise sleeper hit of a film. ...Read full review
Dont go looking for logic and you will have a blast watching Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota. Theres no forced humour or slapstick, just weird thoughts and weirder execution. The film is made in a certain space and once you surrender yourself to it, ...Read full review
MKDNH might on the surface be about young Surya, a boy whose superhuman illness makes him a socially challenged do-gooder. But it is really about an artist any Indian artist and his inherent eccentricities and misunderstood talents that turn him into a bit of a cultural oddity ...Read full review
The film remains watchable throughout, despite all its shaky foundation, precisely because it gives us an experience we rarely see in Indian cinema. It is stylish and cool and silly all at once, which does work in its favour as well. ...Read full review
MKDNH is packed with so many good performances, with painstaking acts from lead actors Abhimanyu Dassani, Radhika Madan and Gulshan Deviah, who deliver a punch (literally) without the aid of gimmickry, as they pull off the action sequences with utmost amounts of believability. The experience of watching MKDNH is equivalent to flipping the pages of a comic book where ...Read full review
The hero and the film are alike - they do things that you least expect them to. Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota is therefore is packed with delightful surprises, not the least of which are the ways in which it turns the genre on its head. ...Read full review
Directed by Vasan Bala, Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota is at times overstuffed with references to films, that might make it a tad tedious at points. The novelty of the lunacy wears off at times and is a little exhausting. You need a little patience to sit through this film. ...Read full review
With his new film Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, director Vasan Bala retreats to that primal feeling of fantasy, and performs a touching reversal: he stacks up the imaginary outtakes of his own childhood and ...Read full review
Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota works best when it is klutzy and bouncy and light on its feet, and those are the parts which help us go past the occasional flatness. It is the kind of film in which you are not supposed to dig deep for meaning or logic. ...Read full review