Sonchiriya Movie Review Live Updates

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Here celebrities, critics and fans what saying about Sonchiriya Cast & Crew Director Abhishek Chaubey and starring Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar, Manoj Bajpayee, Ranvir Shorey, Ashutosh Rana.

Sonchiriya Movie Review Live Updates

Sonchiriya Release Date: Mar 1, 2019 ( India)
Run Time: 2 hour 23 Minutes
Director: Abhishek Chaubey
Starring: Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar, Manoj Bajpayee, Ranvir Shorey, Ashutosh Rana
Average Rating: 2.9/5
Score: 88% Positive
Reviews Counted: 8
Positive: 6
Neutral: 1
Negative: 1

Reviews By Ratings Source By Describe
Arti 2.6/5 Khaleej Times There is a lot of gun violence and blood in the movie, but it never gets overindulgent. ‘Sonchiriya’ is a different film, and it requires your complete attention. If you are a bit patient with these characters, you will enjoy their quest for inner peace and freedom.
Hungama 2.9/5 Bollywood Hungama Abhishek Chaubey’s direction does justice to the plot and setting. This is a complicated film and on most counts, he manages to succeed. On the whole, SONCHIRIYA is a well-made and a well shot movie with a strong narrative and brilliant performances as its USP. At the box office, its prospects will be restricted as it caters to a different set of a multiplex going audience.
Meena Iyer 3.1/5 DNA The film carries a subliminal lesson that can apply as much to the dacoit as it can to us. Yes, Karma, it says, is a ‘b***h’ and it will bite you. It’s unlikely that those in the cities will identify with this offering. But yes, if you’re a curious cinema fiend, Sonchiriya will entice you.
Kunal Guha 3.95/5 Mumbai Mirror Luckily, this one offers a novel premise. Set during the Emergency, Abhishek Chaubey’s Sonchiriya delves into the burden of being a baaghi (a dacoit on the run) at a time when most rebels in the dacoit-infested ravines of Chambal were driven to their last tether.Caste and class play a definitive part in this chase. But it’s essentially a story of redemption that draws from the ideology that every man must face his demons before the inevitable end.
Renuka 3.25/5 Times Of India Sonchiriya is a spiritual puzzle on redemption, remorse and salvation, backed by stellar performances, captivating cinematography and provocative dialogue. Gripping, tense and unpredictable, despite being a slow-burn western, Chaubey’s period thriller makes for a riveting watch. It manages to engage, suspect, shock and transport you to a world where people yearn for salvation over survival.
Taran Adarsh 3.1/5 Twitter Very well-made film that caters to a niche audience… You need to have a strong stomach to absorb #SonChiriya… Violent, disturbing, shocking, with a horrifying twist… Fantastic performances by all.
Anupama Chopra 2.9/5 Filmcompanion Sonchiriya tries to blend Spaghetti Western style-action drama with social commentary but it isn’t entirely satisfying on either count. You might also struggle with the language – Bundelkhandi – and it will help to see it with subtitles. That said, there is no doubt that Abhishek has talent to burn and I can’t wait to see what hell he immerses us into next. I’m going with three stars.