Based on a true story, Alia Bhat’s latest spy thriller ‘Raazi’ is up and running in cinemas.
Directed by Meghna Gulzar (who previously directed Talwar), Raazi is set in 1971 during the peak of Indo-Pak tension. Alia Bhatt plays the role of a regular girl named Sehmat, who gets married off in Pakistan by her father with an aim to extract their military secrets.
Alia gets married to a Pakistani army officer (Vicky Kaushal) and she resides with her in-laws in Pakistan.
Although, the movie has slightly disappointed at bringing audience to the big screens on its opening day, but it’s getting magnificent reviews by the critics and audience alike. The word of mouth will certainly help it gain momentum during the weekend.
Here’s a quick review round-up for you. See what the major critics are saying about Raazi.
A lot of the critics mention the apparent loopholes in the movie which makes the plot seem a bit unrealistic, however, they all agree at one thing – Alia Bhatt’s performance. She yet again steals the show with her impeccable performance.
Here are some quick audience reactions and reviews you’d want to check out.
We went through the entire Twitter feed but there’s literally no straight up negative review for Raazi. There are multiple flaws in the movie, as a few people have mentioned, but it still seems like a perfect movie you should watch with your family this weekend!