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Sonchiriya
2D

Sonchiriya

Hindi
ActionCrimeDrama
01 Mar, 2019
2 hrs 26 mins
69%
5,049 votes
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Set in the Chambal valley, the film follows the story of a legion of dreaded, warring dacoits who once terrorised the Indian heartlands.
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Verdict: Sonchiriya deserves to take home awards. When you think about movies on rebels the first one that comes to your mind is Paan Singh Tomar (2012) followed by Bandit Queen (1994). You may also think of Gabbar Singh from Sholay who is synonymous with terror even today. Sonchiriya is another film based on the same premise. But this Abhishek Chaubey film stands apart from the rest. Starring Sus... ...Read full review
The story is simple, about many outlaws on the run. The actors are a thrill. Shorey aces it, as does Sushant Singh Rajput, playing a man called Lakhna a name that may automatically damn the wearer to banditry uncompromising and duty-bound, even if his idea of duty can change on the fly. Manoj Bajpai is excellent as a rebel chief, holding up a wedding with the practised ease of a professional breaking out his routine, while Bhumi Pednekar, a desperately feisty woman on the run, holds her own strongly. ...Read full review
Gripping, tense and unpredictable, despite being a slow-burn western, Chaubeys period thriller makes for a riveting watch. ...Read full review
Manoj Bajpayee`s is a class act yet again and Sushant Singh Rajput exudes anguish and determination. ...Read full review
Abhishek Chaubey has got a real firm grip on the Westerns and easily is the best exponent of this genre in Bollywood right now. ...Read full review
Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar and a band of fine artistes deliver aching, desolate beauty. ...Read full review
Sonchiriya is another masterpiece from Abhishek Chaubey. Some might find it too disturbing and heavy but nothing is forced. With top-notch acting performances by each and every cast member, Sonchiriya is highly recommended. ...Read full review
Using Son Chiriya as a metaphor to caste politics and lives of bandits, Abhishek Chaubey serves an uncoventional yet engaging dish, but not everyone would like the taste of it. ...Read full review
Abhishek Chaubeys very scenic Sonchiriya, tramping along those nooks and crevices of the Chambal, expending hundreds of bullets and quarts of spraying blood, made familiar by countless daaku films of the 70s and 80s, almost always feels like a retread. ...Read full review