- Pure Brilliance 10/5/2018 12:00:00 AM by xchintu
Just do yourself a favour and watch it, it's unmissable. Just let it hit you raw, won't say a thing about the movie, it's best if you don't know much about it and just watch it and be blown away.
- Best hindi film of 2018 10/5/2018 12:00:00 AM by ajiteshkpathak
Without spoiling the movie for all y'all, this is going to be the best 140 minutes you are going to spend in a movie theatre this year. Black comedy and a suspensefull thriller.
- MASTERPIECE!!!!! 10/6/2018 12:00:00 AM by khan-99792
Didn't expect this from bollywood where Race 3 is a blockbuster.
- Chaotic n hilarious. Wendy Carlos' music from Clockwork... at the murder scene was top notch. 10/10/2018 12:00:00 AM by Fella_shibby
I saw this in a theatre. Being a fan of Raghavan movies, I was looking forward to it n I enjoyed it tremendously inspite having seen The Piano Tuner.I liked this more than the original.The screenplay is awesome. The writing team n the director did a fantastic job n successfully made the transition of a short film into a feature. The script never loosens its grip on the nerves.The potential challenges of losing the heart of a short film while making it into a feature is always present but the makers of Andhadhun really succeeded in laying the foundation for future talents.Coming back to the film, it is chaotic, hilarious n very ntertaining.It is well paced and has funny situations as well as a black sense of humor.Watch out for that shady hospital scene man.The movie is well cast, with amusing performances by Ayushman n Tabu.The director did a superb job.Raghavan was definitely having a little fun after the dark thriller Badlapur.
- Decade's Best : Redefines Neo-Noir 10/6/2018 12:00:00 AM by Rushabh_Shah94
Brilliant...This cinematic experience will not let you stay back in your seat relaxed.Writers have knitted a pitch perfect Mystery around : Murder,Money & Man who is Blind (!). Taut screenplay and black comic narrative by Raghavan, the story's audacious characters and twists, keep you riveted.Crisp editing grips you.Cinematography is something that boasts the storytelling.Piano scenes are superbly crafted and choreographed , underlined by Amit Trivedi's music and Daniel B George's background score.Couple of acts veneered with poetic touch & Tribute to Chayahar & Chitrageet is something that needs applaud.Tabu is showing her class. Ayushman delivers career best. Rest all are fab too.
Dont miss line '"What is life? It all depends on the liver" from prologue.;)