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‘Angrezi Medium’ Review: It’s Irrfan Everywhere

Below we have for you the review of ‘Angrezi Medium’ starring Irrfan Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Radhika Madan, Deepak Dobriyal, Dimple Kapadia, Ranvir Shorey, Pankaj Tripathi, and Kiku Sharda.

Story:

It is both a heartwarming and hilarious story of that unconditional love between a father (Irrfan Khan) and his daughter (Radhika Madan). A tale of unbreakable friendships & small-town obsessions clubbed with the ‘foreign’ dream.

Review:

Irrfan shows his that expected overbearing parent side of never leaving his daughter out of his sight and mind. His both knowing and unknowing antics lead to her dreams getting shattered at once. But still, with his never-give-up attitude and a rival brother (Deepak Dobriyal), Irrfan once again gets the plan back on track of making his daughter’s dreams see the light of the day. The first half of Angrezi Medium is an amazing banter between Irrfan and Deepak which is boosted by Kiku Sharda.

It is an absolute delight to watch Irrfan doing what he knows the best that is, to perform effortlessly. To match up to him, we have Deepak, who is both fun and entertaining to the fullest. But that’s all we could see in several instances.

Talking about performances, no doubt Irrfan and Deepak were major highlights whilst Radhika also shone in front of them when she arrived on the screen. The actor has made a mark already in the industry and this is indeed a much-deserving add-on to her filmography.

It is Irrfan all the way and to see him perform despite his cancer treatment and not affecting his craft is commendable. With every movie, he has proved why he is called one of the best actors in Indian Cinema and this movie helped him with the same too.

The movie has several laughter moments for its stupendous dialogues and expressions matched to it by the actors. But even the climax of the movie didn’t help and we wished there was a better ending to the story.

Verdict:

Irrfan Khan makes a very beautiful comeback.

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Gaurav Gupta

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