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14 Sep, 2018
2 hrs 37 mins
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Set in Amritsar, Manmarziyaan follows the story of Rumi, a spirited young woman who finds herself caught up in a complicated love triangle involving her impulsive yet irresponsible boyfriend and her self-possessed fiance.
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Verdict: An urban romantic mayhem you`re going to love! "Love isn’t complicated, people are" claims the trailer of Manmarziyaan that stars Abhishek Bachchan, Vicky Kaushal, and Taapsee Pannu in critical roles. Ever since the trailer was released, this love saga by Anurag Kashyap has been gathering the attention that it clearly deserves. With the perfect ingredients of a typical Bollywood film, M... ...Read full review
The maturity with which Anurag Kashyaps Manmarziyaan talks about love and relationships is refreshing. The seemingly conventional story of a love triangle, gets original with its treatment and portrayal of love. With characters constantly oscillating between confusion and complex emotions, Manmarziyaan presents a new and updated look at romance and relationships. Its unlike any Anurag Kashyap film youve seen before. Despite its strengths, this romantic drama might be, at times, a little too mature for the average audience. ...Read full review
Anurag Kashyap`s first full-on love story, Manmarziyaan is also the first film that the director has made from a screenplay not authored by him. He, however, loses no opportunity to inject an exaggeratedly campy style into the genre and juggle with its time-tested conventions to deliver a film that is fun for the most part. Well, almost. ...Read full review
The relentless drama that follows, by the minute, in the lives of the volatile lead couple (Vicky Kaushal, Taapsee Pannu) in unhinged love, will make you feel thoroughly relieved about your own staid existence though. ...Read full review
There is authenticity to the texture, but this film could have held more. It is ultimately a disappointment not because of its craft, but because of predictability, self-indulgent pace and its irritating attempt to be both a light crowd-pleaser with a cutesy ending as well as an impassioned, volatile romance. ...Read full review
This film captures the raw emotions in modern day love, including the fights, the small betrayals and the reconciliations which bring texture to an otherwise simple romance. In that aspect, `Manmarziyaan` is a character study about three fallible persons, but somehow compatible on a deeper level. And the excellent performances from the lead actors make those characters completely credible. ...Read full review
Manmarziyaan may not be perfect but it gets some things perfectly right. I left the theatre in appreciation of the sheer craft on display. This is a film where virtually every technical department seamlessly delivers, enabling and empowering Kashyap to have made what may well be his most popular film since Gangs of Wasseypur. ...Read full review