Parental love is unconditional and infinite! A beautiful film portrays this with emotions & relatability
After the success of Hindi Medium, the makers of the film announced their plans of making a sequel to the film titled Angrezi Medium. But due to Irrfan Khan’s health the film got postponed and finally made last year. The movie has hit the screens and as expected it touches the right chords of our hearts.
Watch it If you like -
Fantastic performances, some hilarious sequences and emotional moments
But Beware of -
This one is not better than the first one.
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Hindi Medium was directed by Saket Chaudhry and Angrezi Medium is helmed is Homi Adajania. Homi has narrated the film well and of course takes it notch higher when we talk about the scale. But, while it’s a good film, it could have been better.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Champak (Irrfan) is staying in Udaipur and has a daughter named Tarika (Radhika Madan). Now, Tarika is 17 and wants to go to London for further studies. How a father struggles to get his daughter an admission in a top London college, forms the rest of the story…
The screenplay of the film is good. The first half has many hilarious scenes and will surely make you laugh out loud. After interval, the movie concentrates on emotional zone and we don’t get to laugh much. But it keeps us engaged till the end and gets tears in our eyes in the climax. We can clearly call this film a perfect mixture of comedy and emotions.
It feels wonderful to see Irrfan Khan on the big screen after nearly two years. He has performed brilliantly and we can see that he has given his soul to the film. Radhika Madan is a star here. She is fantastic in the film. Deepak Dobriyal nails it once again. Dimple Kapadia and Kareena Kapoor Khan have extended cameos in the film, and they are good in their respective parts.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The songs in the film are decent, but a chartbuster like Oh Ho is missing here.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Angrezi Medium surely deserves a watch. It’s an entertaining yet a message driven film. Just Go For It!