Mulk | Not A Movie Review | Sucharita Tyagi | Film Companion

Mulk | Not A Movie Review | Sucharita Tyagi | Film Companion

Watch Sucharita Tyagi’s Not A Movie Review of Mulk starring Rishi Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu, Prateik Babbar, Manoj Pahwa and Neena Gupta. The movie is directed by Anubhav Sinha.

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rajan yadav says:

This the channel were like parmun get 3 star and movies like veere di wedding get 5 star

Aditya More says:

Why was Mulk not premiered in any film festival

Zakir A says:

Excellent movie and acting by Rishi and tapsee

kartik tripathi says:

Kab tak muslim ho hero dikhao ge?

That's Ajay 4u says:

Good Review

That's Ajay 4u says:

Mulk is an Awesome Movie , Should It have been Promoted in a Good Way it would have been a Bollywood Success but it's an Awesome Cinema anyways


Super move 10stare s

Vinod Sangwan says:

fk off.
World knows mullas very well.
551 terrorists attacks in 2017 and they were involved in 536. All major 5-6 religions of India are agree on same constitution but they want Saria, just because they think Islam is the only religion. Changing DP for Syria, pelestine, Rohingya etc but you will not find a single Muslim's DP change for Army person ( Aurangzeb is example). Now they all are supporting illegal immigrants of Bangladesh ( because Bangladeshi are also Muslims) but never said a single word for Kashmiri pandits. Even higher educated M*slims are illegal activities of other countrie's m*slim just because of religion.

Anubhow Gurung says:

Kya bakwas movie ko acha review bol rahi hai.

Radhesh Naik says:

Off to the theatre…

Back Benchers says:

wahiyaat movie hai ye….
duniya me terrorism koi badhaye lekin Bollywood target hindu ko karta hai jaise wohi galat rha hai hamesha se

Maina woo bin says:

I liked the trailer too

Ritika Jain says:

Thanks for the great review! I loved the movie, especially the closing argument and judge's verdict. Every Indian should watch it, especially before the next elections 🙂

fg fg says:

Watched it . Awesome movie…great acting tapsee

Aditya Rane says:

I like u r English ..👍

Payel Bhattacharjee says:

Watched Mulk. We are now living in such tenuous, difficult polarized times that a film like Mulk feels like a blessing. It is about everything, really: the nation, religious divide, communal harmony (or, should I say, disharmony, which is spreading). It is about us, the citizens of India, and how we are grievously riven apart. It shows us a mirror, and that mirror is cracked, from side to side.
Needless to say it’s an uphill task in the face of the increasing hatred and bigotry around. The family gets humiliated and torn apart, their loyalty gets questioned, relationships collapse and friendships crumble.
The film witnesses the fact that the more things change the more they remain the same. That even 71 years after Independence the communal tensions and prejudices haven’t quite left India; they have reared their heads in more ominous ways.
At the heart Mulk is a fearless spirit that is a far cry from the abject timidity of Bollywood, an industry that believes in upholding the status quo even if it threatens to endanger the precious pluralistic ethos that lies at the foundation of this vast nation. In making its extremely timely statement, this film allows itself to lean a tad towards conventional melodrama. But it makes its point with such force that it is difficult not to be impressed. Go watch Mulk for its stout-hearted espousal of sanity. It isn't often that Bollywood shows such spine.

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Ashika Raut says:

idiot kafirs are fighting against each other to save pedo mass murderer Muhammad followers and Arabic jihadi culture….shame…. shame… shame.

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