Mirza Juuliet
2D

Mirza Juuliet

Hindi
ComedyDramaRomance
07 Apr, 2017
2 hrs 05 mins
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402 votes
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The world is full of fascinations and obsessions. Different people have different desires and goals in life. For some its power, for some its money, for some its someone and for some its plain crazy love. The real question is that to what level can one rise or fall for his/her dreams or aspirations. Mirza Juuliet is the story of such strong emotions like love, hatred, lust, trust, friendship, deceit, manipulation and above all, a mixed confusion of all these emotions.
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Verdict: A twisted take on the Mirza-Sahibaan love saga. Gone are the days when Bollywood movies were all about mushy and coy lovers dancing around trees and expressing their love to one another. Now, it`s more about showcasing practical, real and sometimes, bawdy love stories. Case in point? Mirza Juuliet, a directorial venture of Rajesh []... ...Read full review
More than midway into the turbulent take on the destiny of star-crossed lovers on the run, the Uttar Pradesh ki Juliet aka Julie, who has been raped by her sexed-up fiance, is told by her father-like elder brother to calm down. ...Read full review
Contrasting sneakers with garish, loud Punjabi kurtas is Juuliet Shukla (Pia Bajpai) a feisty girl in Mirzapur, UP who bullies anything that moves from the local bus conductor to her childhood friend Mirza (Darshan Kumar). She throws her weight around town as she is the darling sister of Dharamraj (Priyanshui Chatterjee), a powerful local goon who wants to marry her off to the son of another powerful politician, the very randy Rajan Pandey (Chandan Roy Sanyal). Mirza (Darshan Kumar), on the other hand, is a hitman; a total opposite to Juuliets brash personality calm, composed and the best shot in town. ...Read full review
Films set in UP feel the compulsion to subscribe to debauchery, sexist jibes and casual racism. Which is why when the Hindu heroine of this film meets her childhood friend after ages, she jokes, "Bhaisa khaya?" just because he happens to be a Muslim. Abusive relationships are playfully referred as "miyan-biwi ka dangal" and the many wounds and injuries endured by the wife are stamps of "pati ka pyaar". But these are just minor cracks in this supposed love story laced with the grime of politics and crime. ...Read full review
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