Published on July 26th, 2019
Judgementall Hai Kya, starring Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao is a story of a young married couple whose perfectly normal life has been rocked by a murder. In this film Kangana plays the role of Bobby who is suffering from acute psychosis. She inadvertently killed her parents when she was a child.
This incident made a terribel impact on her mental health. She had been in in and out of psychiatric institutions. She was released from an asylum on the condition that she would never skip her medicine. But the psychotic woman never takes her medicine.
What makes matter worse is her job as a dubbing artist for pulpy south Indian films. Kangana is simply brilliant in this quirky, edgy black comedy.
Director Prakash Kovelamudi deserves applause for keeping the element of suspense alive all the way till the end. Cinematography and production design also work well with the script.
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Movie Reviews “Judgementall Hai Kya“
Movie Review: INDIA TODAY
Writer Kanika Dhillon makes a brave attempt with an interesting plotline and good dialogues. The undertone of Ramayana makes the story richer. If the script is a winner, so is the cinematography and production design. A scene wherein Kangana is dealing with the voices in her mind has been shot brilliantly. Film’s music is edgy and works well with the script.
Prakash Kovelamudi deserves applause for pushing the envelope with a quirky thriller that goes beyond the basic realms of a whodunnit, and makes people think and absorb. It treads into a zone Bollywood rarely ventures into. Leave your judgements at home and watch this film.
Movie Review: NEWS18
Kangana Ranaut once again turns in a bravura performance- sincere, believable and watchable all the time. Every pause and grimace when she is battling with the voices in her head accentuates Bobby’s confusion and her struggle to tell apart the normal from what is not. Ranaut gives the role a touch of the raw and real which is unique and totally owns it. Rajkummar Rao, fits the bill as Keshav, and does his best with a part that settles for broad strokes. But his quieter presence is a good foil to Kangana’s always-on-the-edge Bobby.
Movie Review: livemint
One of the people thanked in the opening credits of Judgementall Hai Kya is Sriram Raghavan. Whether or not he was involved with the film, this nod by director Prakash Kovelamudi and screenwriter Kanika Dhillon isn’t out of place. The film unfolds in Mumbai and London, but the real setting is Raghavan-land. There’s a death in the first few minutes. There are posters that read “Grand Guignol” (and actual Grand Guignol). And there’s that creeping doubt: should we be enjoying this?