Waiting
Dealing with loss yet light-hearted in nature.
2D

Waiting

Hindi
Drama
27 May, 2016
1 hrs 39 mins
78%
3,248 votes
5
4
3
2
1
3.4
CRITICS RATING
5 1182
4 1270
3 552
2 104
1 132
4
USERS RATING
0
RATE IT
TRENDING STORIES
See More
SYNOPSIS
A retired professor, Shiv, who's wife is in coma for over nine months, befriends a young woman, Tara, who's husband also in a state of Coma is admitted in the same hospital.. While coping with the grave situation Tara and Shiv find solace in each other and hope for their partners' recovery.
Sort By
Verdict: A treat for all looking for new age cinema. It seems that filmmakers have finally started paying attention to what the audience has been screaming for some time now - the need for quality cinema. Cinema vows to be a reflection of the society but over time they have started taking a lot of []... ...Read full review
What is true love, Kalki Koechlins Tara Kapoor asks Naseeruddin Shahs Professor Shiv Natraj. The question might seem juvenile, but in their situation, the answer will decide their lives. Is it removing your wifes ventilator support as doctors say she cant come back to life after eight months in coma or is it not letting doctors operate on your husband because hell end up dependent forever a choice he wouldnt like? And that is Waiting for you, a movie about love, life and their complexities, subtly portrayed on screen by Anu Menon, and brilliantly so. ...Read full review
An understated and superbly acted film about loss, grief and the human need to cling on to the physical presence of loved ones, Anu Menon`s Waiting is at once heart-wrenching and uplifting. The plot is wafer-thin because much of it hinges on episodic ruminations on love and death, but the restraint and lightness that the director brings to bear upon the solemn theme of life`s impermanence gives the film its edge. Waiting is marked by deep philosophical undertones, but it is never unduly ponderous. ...Read full review
Despite its problems and there are a few Waiting is well worth your time. It sags post intermission, and the plotting is weak. But it raises important questions about life, love, and letting go. Plus there are those two splendid performances. Thats plenty to merit a viewing. ...Read full review
X

Redirecting you...

You will soon be redirected to our partners's site.
(In case your browser is blocking pop-ups, click here.)