Badla Movie Review Live Updates


Here we Update Reviews of celebrities, critics and fans what saying about Badla Cast & Crew, Director Sujoy Ghosh and starring Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu and Oth.

Badla Movie Review Live Updates

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Release Date: 8 March 2019 (India)
Run Time: 1hour 58 Minutes
Director: Sujoy Ghosh
Starring: Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Amrita Singh, Begonia Villalba, Antonio Aakeel, Tony Luke and Oth
Average Rating: 3.3/5
Score: 99% Positive
Reviews Counted: 8
Positive: 7
Neutral: 1
Negative: 0

Here We Update about Badla Movie Public reviews

Reviews By Ratings Source By Reviews Describe
Taran Adarsh 3.6/5 Twitter An edge-of-the-seat thriller with incredible suspense… Well-knit screenplay keeps you hooked… Sujoy Ghosh crafts the whodunnit with expertis Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee and Amrita Singh, all brilliant.
Rachit 3.1/5 Times Of India Director Sujoy Ghosh has made a habit of pulling off complex thrillers like Kahaani and Kahaani 2 with ease, and with the multi-layered narrative of Badla, he seems right at home. The cinematography by Avik Mukhopadhyay, the editing by Monisha R Baldawa and the background score by Clinton Cerejo compliment Ghosh’s edge-of-the-seat storytelling. The predictability of the screenplay dampens the thrills occasionally, also the climactic twist requires a healthy dose of suspense of disbelief. But, even the seasoned genre faithfuls will agree that Badla offers a creative and thrilling end to a captivating mystery.
Raja Sen 3.1/5 Hindustan Times Dead men quell no tales. You cannot defame the dead, and they aren’t around to disagree. Sujoy Ghosh’s Badla features a slick, relentlessly twisty cat-and-mouse game played with both cat and mouse sitting in the same room, strategising across a table. A woman has been accused of murdering her lover, and a lawyer wants to get to her truth in order to defend her. Neither believes in the other, and both will do anything to uncover the truth of the other — even lie.
Saibal 3/5 NDTV Badla is a crime thriller that lifts itself out of the limitations of the form by spotlighting questions of guilt and retribution without diluting its edgy quality. The film’s multiple twists and turns will work best if you haven’t seen Contratiempo. But even if you have, the quality of the acting and the technical finesse on show – Avik Mukhopadhyay’s unobtrusive yet effective camerawork is especially noteworthy – make Badla an unmissable film.
Shubhra 3/5 Indian Express Two dead bodies. Two locations: one in the open, in a forest; the other a closed-room, made popular by Agatha Christie’s novels. Are the two connected? Who is the killer? The one who is arrested? Or someone else? Badla, an official remake of a Spanish murder mystery, pulls off a mostly gripping whodunit, something Bollywood rarely manages.
Meena 3/5 DNA As different versions of the same truth play out over the next two hours, Ghosh gives you a peek into the real truth v/s falsehood, and arrogance v/s ignorance. As the filmmaker cleverly seeks to unravel the layers within the layers in people, he also very cleverly unearths the truth. And in doing so, he takes the viewer on a thrilling ride solving both the mystery and fallible human nature. To give away anything of the plot is a crime.
Umesh 3.99/5 Koimoi All said and done, Badla does not just keep you hooked till the end but it destroys your delusion of ‘I’ve predicted the climax’. Outstandingly performed mind-numbing drama that is on a slow burner and in those last couple of minutes, it explodes like a good dream.
Mayur 4/5 Deccan Chronicle Badla is cleverly scripted and executed with a brilliant cast. It is both engaging and enjoyable. It is also probably a rare Bollywood film that you have to love because it manages to outsmart you!