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Judgmentall Hai Kya Movie Review: Kangana scales heights, Rajkummar equally pulls off his grey character

Check out the full movie review of Judgmentall Hai Kya starring Kangana Ranaut & Rajkummar Rao!

Rating: 4 out of 5
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One of the most awaited movies starring Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao, Judgmentall Hai Kya released today, July 26. The thriller comedy has been making headlines ever since the trailer released. Let’s know the full movie review of the film.

The movie revolves around Bobby (Kangana Ranaut) whose brutal childhood trauma diagnosed with acute psychosis in her adult years. She was kept at an asylum for assaulting a coworker and she is left on a condition to stick with her medicine. Bobby is a dubbing artist for movies where she is the voice of female lead characters. Interestingly, her mind is a medley of characters she has dubbed for. Whenever she dubs, she is left with her onscreen avatar and imagines herself in place of her character. This obsession is dealt with a cool narrative treatment.

Bobby is passionate about being an actor herself and it is something that her manager cum boyfriend, Varun (Hussain Dalal) is unable to pull off. With her boyfriend, she ends up going on grocery shopping rather than fancy dates.

Amid this enters Keshav (Rajkummar Rao) and Rima (Amyra Dastur) as her new tenants and they are a too much in love couple. Bobby gets drawn to their love story which for her is too good to be true. Just when everything seems right, a murder breaks in and Bobby believes Keshav is the culprit.  The twisted character keeps the thrill of the movie till the end to figure out which if the two has blood on their hands.

Bobby’s character is funny and alarming all through the film. She imagines characters and hears voices. The story takes interesting turns of events when Bobby’s imaginary world often blurring into shocking reality.

The narrative is quirky and will keep you intact. The mood of the movie set with high contrasts shots. The characters, sound, background, design matchups with the atmosphere throughout.

The performances are on par with Kangana being brilliant and deep into the skin of the character. Rajkummar Rao is cherry on the top and pulls off his slightly macho and edgy persona well. Jimmy Sheirgill impresses with his screen timing. Hussain Dalal brings comedy aspect effectively in the film.

The movie keeps up with the suspense till the end with a lot of twists. There is also a social message that has been weaved with utmost sincerity in the film and that can’t be ignored. Overall, the film surely deserves applause because it is a different zone of a movie in this industry.

Check out the trailer:

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