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03 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 20 mins
47,691 votes
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Based on a real-life story, Mulk revolves around the struggles of a Muslim joint family from a small town in India, who fight to reclaim their honour after a member of their family takes to terrorism.
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Verdict: Mulk is a mindful representation of Indian Muslims. Mulk is releasing at the perfect time - a couple of weeks before Independence Day. Amidst the politically-fueled atmosphere, Mulk carries its own message and urges you to introspect, with reason. Rishi Kapoor is back where he belongs - in a powerful movie with a supporting cast as strong as the movie`s screenplay. Directed by Anubhav Sin... ...Read full review
Not that it broaches everything that there is to say about Islamophobia and its terrible repercussions - in fact, it really isn`t possible for a single 140-minute film to cover all the dimensions of the theme - but Anubhav Sinha`s Mulk is a compelling, uncommonly courageous drama that gets as close to the truth as a Mumbai film ever can, especially given the times that we live in. ...Read full review
We are now living in such tenuous, difficult polarized times that a film like Mulk feels like a blessing. It is about everything, really: the nation, religious divide, communal harmony (or, should I say, disharmony, which is spreading). It is about us as a people, and how we are grievously riven apart. It shows us a mirror, and that mirror is cracked, from side to side. ...Read full review
The youngest son of a Muslim family settled in Benaras gets involved in terrorist activities, leading to a bomb blast massacre. His actions have an adverse effect on the family who are left to defend themselves as people who are innocent and not anti-nationals. ...Read full review
More than a film, Anubhav Sinha`s Mulk is a voice. It is the voice of a section of Indian society working tirelessly to get rid of the prejudice around a certain community in the contemporary world. Recently, a motley group of intellectuals, including Bollywood actors Swara Bhasker and Zeeshan Ayub, initiated the #TalkToAMuslim Twitter campaign to bridge the communication gap between Muslims and other communities that is widening under the divisive socio-political narrative of today. ...Read full review
Mulk is a film you really want to like. It is an important film in a disturbing time; a voice of reason in chaos. It has strong performances Rishi Kapoor as Murad Ali Mohammed, a Muslim patriarch fighting for the dignity of his family; Taapsee Pannu as Aarti Malhotra, Murads daughter-in-law, who argues their case in court; Rajat Kapoor as an anti-terror cop. ...Read full review