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December 25, 2021

Atrangi Re Movie Review - Critics

List of Atrangi Re 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 - Akshay Kumar, Dhanush, Sara Ali Khan

Director - Aanand L Rai

Release Date - 24 December 2021



Total Reviews - 13

Average Score - 3/5

Overall Word of Mouth (Critics) - Positive!



1. Times of India -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
While there are parts of the movie that will leave you baffled and curious for more details, it’s not to say that the film doesn’t entirely entertain. Here’s a unique story at hand, an interesting team of actors, a refreshing soundtrack and some fine performances. If you’re keen to watch a hatke musical love story, this could be your pick of the week.
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2. Taran Adarsh -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
#OneWordReview...
#AtrangiRe: DELIGHTFUL.
Rating: Medium star⭐Medium star½
#AtrangiRe lives up to its title — unconventional, complex plot that’s rich in emotions and drama… Rides on solid drama, but loosens post-interval… Emotional finale a high point… Genuinely hatke film! #AtrangiReReview
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3. Komal Nahta -

Rating Score -> n/a
On the whole, Atrangi Re is a film with very limited appeal because although it has a novel story, its script is not convincing. Except for a thin section, it will not find favour with the audience.
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4. Anupama Chopra -

Rating Score -> n/a
Akshay Kumar helicopters in and out of the story, like a celestial saviour. There isn’t much he has to do except turn on the elder statesman charm. And despite the big twist in the tale, there are scenes that allude to romance between him and Sara, which are uncomfortable to watch because there is a 28-year age gap between the two. The real star of Atrangi Re is A. R. Rahman.  His beautiful songs – especially ‘Rait Zara Si’ – help to smoothen the many bumps in the story. In Zero, Shah Rukh Khan’s character Bauaa Singh says: sapne size dekh kar nahin aate.  Like that film, here too, you can feel the maker’s intent and his commitment to dreaming big. But it doesn’t translate.
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5. NDTV -

Rating Score -> 2/5
Atrangi Re, scripted by Himanshu Sharma, demands an unconscionable degree of willing suspension of disbelief as is it lets go off all semblance of logic. The contrived storyline is intended to tug at our heartstrings - all it does is lurch from one difficult-to-digest situation to another to establish the depth of Rinku's love for Sajjad and the strength of Vishu's resolve in a 'unique' love triangle that for the most part goes round in baffling and tedious circles. Granted that there is an element of madness in Atrangi Re. The trouble is that there is no method in it.
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6. India Today -

Rating Score -> 3/5
Atrangi Re is Aanand L Rai’s bravest attempt in storytelling, even braver than Zero, given the subject it deals with. It is heartening to see a director show passion about breaking new ground and experimenting with format and style, yet stick to his core belief in filmmaking. Atrangi Re deserves a watch for attempting something new. It is risky but also a welcome step in the right direction. Don’t hesitate to embrace the new.
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7. Zee News -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
Atrangi Re is Aanand L Rai’s bravest attempt in storytelling, even braver than Zero, given the subject it deals with. It is heartening to see a director show passion about breaking new ground and experimenting with format and style, yet stick to his core belief in filmmaking. Atrangi Re deserves a watch for attempting something new. It is risky but also a welcome step in the right direction. Don’t hesitate to embrace the new.
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8. Indian Express -

Rating Score -> n/a
Sara Ali Khan-Akshay Kumar’s magical mystery tour is a misfire. But thank God for Dhanush. Dhanush was one of the nicer elements of ‘Raanjhna’, which came from the same team. Here, he rises above the clunkiness of his character, treading between a dutiful familial union and falling in love with a strange stranger.
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9. Rediff -

Rating Score -> 3/5
Atrangi Re occurs inside such a cocoon, really, where family has no role and friends unconditionally play along purely because the makers ostensibly didn't want to complicate things. Though it acknowledges a post-COVID reality, it's largely untouched by it and even makes a joke about a companion virus, David.
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10. Hindustan Times -

Rating Score -> n/a
Akshay, who’s a magician in the film, brings the Midas touch to the story, playing a pivotal role. Call it an extended cameo or whatever, he doesn't let it affect his performance onscreen. Atrangi Re is Aanand and Akshay's first-ever collaboration and it definitely has upped the expectations for their upcoming projects — Raksha Bandhan and Gorkha.
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11. India TV -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
Atrangi Re's pace is one of its strongest suits. At times the plot appears a bit dodgy and repetitive but it's so seamless that you move with the flow. What makes the plot more engaging is AR Rahman's music. He is a genius and Atrangi Re's soundtrack once again re-affirms his status as one of India's best. With tickling emotional dilemma and talks about mental health, Atrangi Re is not about moving mountains or taking the bull by the horns but moments that one can enjoy in the sun!
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12. The Hindu -

Rating Score -> n/a
As the medical student who becomes the cure, Vishu is a derivative of the character Dhanush played in Raanjhanaa. His simple, unalloyed charm is once against hard to resist, and it’s his unlikely covalence with Sara that lends meaning to songs like Jaise Ret Zara Si. He instills a semblance of life into the love story and is the reason that keeps you interested even when Rai’s big reveal makes you increasingly frustrated. But even he can’t salvage this weird take on love.
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13. Deccan Herald -

Rating Score -> 2/5
The biggest problem with 'Atrangi Re' is that it takes on a complex and highly sensitive subject without any insight or intense research. It is akin to doing brain surgery with a Swiss knife under candle light. The result, as expected, is a butcher’s version of a botched-up operation. 
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