Kaagaz review – Bollymoviereviewz

Average ratings:2.67 / 5
Goal:80% positive
Reviews counted: 7
Positive: 4
Neutral: 1
Negative: 1

Notes: Review by: Komal Nahta Site: Zee ETC Bollywood Business

Overall, Kaagaz is a well-written, well-done, and well-interpreted satire that will be acclaimed. It will appeal more to the classes and so it is good that it is created on a streaming platform (with simultaneous release in some cinemas in Uttar Pradesh).

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Notes:3/5 Review by: Saibal Site: NDTV

Pankaj Tripathi and the dead rural orchestra conductor he plays in Kaagaz face a daunting task. The lead actor has to carry the weight of the entire movie on his shoulders. It does this in a playful way, sometimes allowing its usual low-key style to give way to a more demonstrative mode of play. It pulls the back and forth movement between the two poles without letting the tension show through.

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Notes:3/5 Review by: Pallabi Site: Times of India

To sum up, “ Kaagaz ” might have been the movie of choice for those looking for an explosion of inspiration, but it ends up being a one-dimensional masterclass in one man’s acting prowess. Not that we were complaining, but the film had the potential to pull the strings of the heart. Alas! It was not to be.

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Notes:1.5 / 5 Review by: Shubhra Site: Indian Express

In these days of incessant discussion and discord over the official journals (the animated hymns around “hum kaagaz nahi dikhaygene” still have residual power), Kaagaz could have been an important film. But the plot is littered with clichés, and stands out distressingly: the evil aunt rolls her eyes, the bad guys spin their “ moochch ”, the girl in the article swings her waist, the sarkari rolls in the wheel , and so on.

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Notes:3/5 Review by: Umesh Site: Koimoi

All said and done, Pankaj Tripathi acts as the paperweight that holds all aspects of this story together. Its field of action helps us to establish a link that continues throughout the film.

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Notes:3/5 Review by: Anna Site: Firstpost

Still, Kaagaz is an enjoyable and important film, maintained by its largely directed direction and by Tripathi, one of the best actors in contemporary Bollywood.

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Notes:2.5 / 5 Review by: Sukanya Site: Rediff

At a time when the country erupts in protests for rights and recognition, the relevance of Kaagaz cannot be compromised. Nor his dream for a society where the living can live in peace and paper. At the end, we catch a glimpse of the triumphant hero – the real Lal Bihari Mritak. If only it was a complete picture

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History of Kaagaz:

It depicts the struggle of Lal Bihari, a farmer who is declared dead on government records.

Kaagaz release date:

January 8, 2020 (India) directly to Zee5

Kaagaz actors:

Pankaj Tripathi
Monal Gajjar
Amar Upadhyay
Tina Ahuja
Lankesh Bhardwaj

Director:
Satish kaushik

Producer:
Salman khan
Nishant Kaushik
Vikas malu

Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh ​​Reviews are expected for this film

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