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01 Dec, 2017
2 hrs 40 mins
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In the 1920s, when the Indian freedom movement is gaining momentum, one Indian national believes that the British rulers are not as bad as they are made out to be.
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Verdict: Kapil Sharma shows his acting skills in this desi period drama. Kapil Sharma has time and again moved above his comedian avatar to be a producer, anchor, and actor. With his second film as an actor and first as a producer, Kapil gives you a period drama with a decent share of his signature []... ...Read full review
One thing`s clear. With his second outing in the movies, Kapil Sharma wants to desperately drive home a point that he has no interest in milking his comic talent in the movies. ...Read full review
A caper set in 1920s Punjab is hardly the kind of cinematic outing one envisions from a stand-up comic seeking an alternative career as a movie actor. Firangi, Kapil Sharma`s second big-screen venture, is unusual all right in terms of substance, but the concoction that the film rustles up is overlong and dreary. It`s a case of ill-advised overreach. ...Read full review
Last seen on the big screen, Kapil Sharma was playing footsie with multiple women, in what was an alleged sex comedy. This time around, he takes himself off to the past, at a time when India was under the British, with wily rajas trying to wriggle out of paying tax, and a bunch of villagers trying to outsmart the goras. ...Read full review
Set in 1921 in Punjab Province of British India when India`s freedom movement was gaining momentum, Firangi is a love story between a naive village boy Manga (Kapil Sharma) and village belle Sargi (Ishita Dutta). ...Read full review
Kapil Sharma leaves his forte of comedy to don the role of a village simpleton, Mangatram, who wants everyone to be happy. His character is supposed to be innocent, honest and loving. Firangi is the love story of Mangatram (Kapil), an innocent man who takes up a job, earns money, commits a few mistakes and tries to rectify them. ...Read full review
In a small village in 1920s Punjab, a youth called Mangat Ram (Kapil Sharma) meets a pretty young woman called Sargi (Ishita Dutta), when he comes visiting for a friends wedding. Manga, as he is known to everyone in his own home village, is a good-hearted chap, hard-working but unemployed. The two, of course, fall in love. ...Read full review
The year is 1921, the story is set in two small villages of Punjab Behrampur and one another weird sounding name. Its about an useless brat, Mangatram aka Manga (Kapil Sharma) who has a special gods gift. He can treat anyones backache just by kicking down his ass. ...Read full review
Kapil Sharma is a name enough to bring a smile on many faces. He rules the small screen like none and is aptly hailed as the king of comedy. So when he made his move to the big screen, expecting a similar magic from him was a given. ...Read full review
The period is 1921. India is still under the British Raj. Manga (Kapil), an ordinary lad from a village in Punjab, is considered blessed because he is a breech (a child that comes out of womb with its legs first). ...Read full review
Set in the pre-independence period in a village in Punjab, Firangi tells the tale of Mangatram aka Manga (Kapil Sharma) who may be a village buffoon but,has a special talent- to cure backaches by kicking one`s behind. This knack lands him the job of being a Man Friday to British officer Mark Daniels` (Edward Sonnenblick). ...Read full review