Gurgaon movie review: A movie based on harsh realities

Gurgaon movie review: A movie based on harsh realities

Gurgaon is a movie which comprises of family dynamics, gender politics, greed violence, discrimination, urban alienation and many more things to name for. The director of the movie Shanker Raman have managed to explore the topic well and bring a true event in front of the people in a very well appreciated way. The cast of the movie consists of Ragini Khanna, Pankaj Tripathi, Akshay Oberoi, Aamir Bashir and Shalini Vatsa.

The movie revolves around a man called Singh who is a successful real estate developer. His long suffering wife always stood by her may be not physically but emotionally and her that cannot be questioned at all. They had three children and the never talked about the hard labour they had done to be in that great and big mansion.

If we talk about the screenplay of the movie, then the credit can be given to the writers of the movie Raman, Sourabh Ratnu, Yogi Singha and editor Shaan Mohammed who wrote a nice movie with some dark secrets intact in it. There’s also a random appearance of a politician/bureaucrat with his agenda, an over-the-top bookie and Nikki’s sidekicks, including an abhorrent hand for help but he turns out to be a loose cannon. Other sidebars include a kidnapped musician and Kehri’s brother Bhupi, played by Aamir Bashir, who is brought in to help the family out of the crisis.

If we talk about the songs of the movie, then we can say that the songs are good and perfectly gel with the theme of the movie. Watching the movie, we can say that it might hit the list of successful movie.






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