Mirza's Lady (2016)

  |  Action, Drama, Fantasy

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A horse groom reconnects with his childhood love, but she is engaged to marry the local prince.




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7 October 2016 | Pramitheus
| Mr.Mehra please give me my money back
The most pretentious pile of turd splashed on the big screen since Roy and I am not exaggerating this one bit, mind you. This has pretentious written all over it. I would have given this movie 0 stars but it is not possible in this rating system and the only way I can justify the compulsory 1 star is the opening sequence, but then it is done over and over and over and over so many bloody times that I wish I wouldn't have thought that that was a good scene.

Well, everybody knows the story of Mirza-Sahiban but truly speaking I didn't and before getting into the theater I read about it a bit or else the flashback/lore sequence would have seemed even more vague. The people other than Anil Kapoor's son and the niece of Tanvi Azmi look from a foreign lineage for some reason. The whole movie is interjected with Daler Mehndi shrieking Mirzya and those irritating and even more pretentious and vague dance sequences. If anybody tries to explain it, I warn you, you are going to be slapped because THAT didn't have any significance at all! The cinematography looked like a recycled version of Bhaag Milkha Bhaag.

Now to Anil Kapoor's son and Tanvi Azmi's niece. You might be wondering why I am not taking their names because they were taken due to above mentioned Bollywood background that they have inherited and anybody saying otherwise is lying through their teeth and that goes for Rakesh Omprakash Mehra. I still remember that my 1st review on IMDb was of Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and I am a huge fan of RDB and even Delhi 6 had it's moments but this has diminished my respect for you. The reason that in an interview to T2 you clearly mentioned that the hero and heroine were taken solely on the basis of their acting prowess and they were treated just like any other actor. After watching the movie it is evident that you had Anil Kapoor breathing down your neck.

For moviegoers this is my true advice. I know many of you are a fan of Rakesh Omprakash Mehra or Gulzar and the girls might have a fondness for Junior Anil Kapoor but it isn't worth spending your money on. SO avoid this movie like the plague.

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