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December 25, 2021

83 Movie Review - Critics

List of 83 Movie Reviews from various popular critics and news portals. Kindly bookmark this page to check all the reviews which will be updated accordingly.


Star Cast - Ranveer Singh, Pankaj Tripathi, Saqib Saleem, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Harrdy Sandhu, Ammy Virk.

Director - Kabir Khan

Release Date - 24 December 2021



Total Reviews - 15

Average Score - 3.91/5

Overall Word of Mouth (Critics) - Extremely Positive!



1. Taran Adarsh -

Rating Score -> 4/5
#OneWordReview...
#83TheFilm: WINNER.
Rating: Medium star⭐⭐Medium star
The 1983 World Cup win is immortalised on celluloid with #83TheFilm… Decent first half, excellent second, superb finale… #Ranveer Singh delivers a sparkling performance… A winner — on pitch, on screen too. #83TheFilmReview
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2. Anupama Chopra -

Rating Score -> n/a
83 is unabashedly manipulative. The script pushes every button with the subtlety of a sledge-hammer, mostly using interminable reaction shots of fans and family. Cricket is positioned as a cure-all – the sport ushers in love, communal harmony, national pride and a sense of identity for a nation still struggling to establish itself on the world stage. The ideas and execution are simplistic. But here’s the thing – it works.
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3. Times of India -

Rating Score -> 4/5
Yes, it does play on the nationalism rhetoric, way more than was required. The film’s own spirit would have driven home the point that the rhetoric scenes were trying to make. ‘83’ had scope for some good music which could have added better tempo to the narrative. But that said, with this, Kabir Khan does set a high benchmark for himself, once again.
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4. India Today -

Rating Score -> 4/5
As a cinematic experience, 83 will make you very emotional. It is a film that goes beyond making your heart swell with pride as real-life images and scenes from the actual match flash in front of you. Don't forget to wear your mask to the theatres but a word of advice - throw in a bunch of tissues. The tears of joy and pride flow incessantly in what can be easily termed as one of the finest films of the year. You don't want to miss this one!
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5. News 18 -

Rating Score -> n/a
Before the start of the tournament, the experts were busy analysing and predicting the probable champions, but fate immersed itself in writing a fairytale for India. A story of one of the greatest sporting victories which Kabir Khan brings back on the big screen. Prepare for major gooseflesh!
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6. Indian Express -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
Ranveer Singh plays the captain’s knock in this blood rush of a movie. Ranveer Singh disappears into his Kapil Dev even as each of Kapil’s Devils is given their own moment in this faithful recreation of India's 1983 World Cup win.
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7. Zee News -

Rating Score -> 4/5
Ranveer Singh hasn’t overdone it and that has served ’83 really well. Saqib Saleem, Jiiva, jatin Sarna and Tripathi have amply supported him. Julius Packiam’s heart-pumping background score and Aseem Mishra’s 360 degree camera have added finesse to the project. It’s definitely a win for Kabir Khan, a film of grand scale and even grander presentation. A really, really enjoyable sports film.
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8. Komal Nahta -

Rating Score -> n/a
On the whole, 83 is a blockbuster of epic proportions. Cricket lovers will, of course, go ga ga over the film, but even those who are not fans of cricket will adore the film for the entertainment it offers. Some films are made to write history. 83 is one such film! It will be remembered for years to come.
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9. DNA -

Rating Score -> 4.5/5
Be a part of an iconic event, where cinemas will turn into stadiums, and you'll relive an iconic chapter of Indian cricket with a sense of pride and happiness. Go with your family, as the elders will get nostalgic by witnessing the history again.
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10. Outlook India -

Rating Score -> 4/5
Every bit of our triumph has been superbly recreated and woven into 163 minute film. While watching the film, if anyone  as a proud Indian swells with pride, one’s admiration and fan moment come alive while watching Ranveer Singh too, who surrenders himself to the role without ever trying to mimic Kapil Paaji. So effortless he is that at times one forgets that it is a professional actor and not Kapil Dev himself playing the role. 
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11. Rediff -

Rating Score -> 4/5
Kabir Khan's '83 is an ode to a game changing chapter of Indian cricket history, pitch-perfect partnerships between openers and tail enders, knowing your mate's strengths as well as your own, the everlasting tradition of superstitions and sledging and seizing that one moment that defines the rest of your life.
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12. Gulf News -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
We just tasted blood and we love it. A cricket fanatic will devour Ranveer Singh’s sporting biopic ‘83’ chronicling India’s monumental 1983 World Cup win with relish and childlike delight, while a cricket agnostic like me will watch this film with a mixture of fascination, indulgence and occasional fidgetiness.
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13. Khaleej Times -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
Minus the presence of good music, it is safe to say that Kabir Khan’s 83 sits atop the throne with other splendid Bollywood sports dramas such as Chak De! India and Dangal. In cricket terms, Ranveer Singh plays the captain’s innings in an enthralling cinematic experience.
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14. The Guardian -

Rating Score -> 4/5
Kabir Khan anchors this nimble and big-hearted biopic of the India cricket team’s improbable 1983 World Cup triumph in a smiling performance from new-generation hunk Ranveer Singh as captain Kapil Dev. Dev’s wobbly English, which makes him a laughing stock among his teammates, seems to stand for the group’s inferiority complex. But inside this awkwardness is an obduracy and capacity for improvisation that becomes the guiding light of their victory run. As he blurts out on the team bus: “Taste the success once, tongue want more!”
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15. Hindustan Times -

Rating Score -> n/a
At several places, 83 gets high on nationalism, which could have been easily avoided. But that's something one kind of overlooks for the pride and joy you experience on seeing the team lift that trophy. If you needed a reason to walk into a theatre, 83 is that film which calls for a big screen experience.
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