`Judgementall Hai Kya` review: Kangana Ranaut is terrific in this twisted thriller

`Judgementall Hai Kya` review: Kangana Ranaut is terrific in this twisted thriller

Seldom do filmmakers in Bollywood attempt such genres, but Judgementall Hai Kya takes this a level up.

Bobby (Kangana Ranaut), a dubbing artist, had a troubled childhood and developed acute psychosis. So, are you planning to watch this insane thriller in the coming days? Judgemental Hai Kya has a complex plot, which may not be appreciated by the masses.


Two years later, a much-improved Bobby visits London, only to discover that Keshav has married her cousin, Megha (Amrita Puri). There are moments in the film, that has Kangana's character being warned by Varun to behave properly in front of colleagues else no one would give her work- a warning that perhaps Kangana has got in real life too for speaking her mind. The question is, can we really trust Bobby's version of events or is it just another instance of her making up scenarios in her head?

Kangana Ranaut brings this oddball character alive with her performance and has done a brilliant job. The second half is a bit toned down, with Bobby arriving in London, but unable to shake off the ghosts of her past. Once your film was working, you have a larger, wider and broader reach. The Queen actress is seen playing a character called Bobby alongside Rajkummar Rao's Keshav. There's a whole sequence with a mirror meant to quite literally, highlight the different personalities of a criminal that leads to a laughably dumb climax. On his producing proof that includes photographs, the police are also convinced that Bobby is suffering from a "mental illness".


Gradually, Kovelamudi and the story screenplay and writer Kanika Dhillon turn the film into a modern interpretation of the Ravana and Sita story with their role reversals. While Keshav says it was an accident, Bobby feels it was a murder.

The company has recovered Judgementall Hai Kya's production cost through pre-sales.


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