Ajji Movie Reviews

Verdict: Film Critics have given Positive Reviews to Ajji Movie Starring Sushama Deshpande, Smita Tambe, Sharvani Suryavanshi, Abhishek Banerjee, Sadiya Siddiqui.

Ajji Reviews

Ratings: 6.53/10
Score: 81%
Reviews Counted: 26
: 21 | : 5

Read Bollywood Hindi Ajji Movie Reviews.
Director: Devashish Makhija
Producer: Vikram Mehra, Siddharth Anand Kumar
Writer: Devashish Makhija, Mirat Trivedi, Maya Tideman
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Release Date: 24 November 2017

Rohit Vats | Hindustan Times: - | 7/10
Ajji is a unpretentious revenge saga served with proper dose of blood and gore ... Full Review

Renuka Vyavahare | Times of India: 4/5 | 8/10
Theatre actor, writer, director Sushama Deshpande commands your unflinching attention from beginning to end with her unsaid words and raw emotions ... Full Review

Rajeev Masand | News18: 3/5 | 6/10
Ajji is a tough watch. Deliberately so. It took me a long time to get the film out of my head, and while it’s potent and rattling, it’s not for the faint-hearted ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: - | 7/10
Grueling to watch for the most part ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: 3/5 | 6/10
But the power in Ajji comes from Sushama Deshpande. There is such strength and resolve in her eyes that you believe that she can do what she eventually does ... Full Review

Feminism in India: - | 7/10
Ajji, though not a wholly mainstream Hindi film but closer to arthouse noir, does a provocative job of capturing the psychic reality that informs the fears and desires of far too many girls and women in contemporary Indian society ... Full Review

Anna MM Vetticad | FirstPost: 2.5/5 | 5/10
Moving, till it descends into the clichés of the rape revenge genre ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: - | 4/10
The film fails to rise above the claptrap. Ajji is no more than Mom and Maatr at their most excessive; it just locates the same rape narrative at the other end of the social spectrum ... Full Review

DNAIndia: - | 7/10
Yes, it’s an uncomfortable watch. But it’s important to watch films that make you think and ask questions ... Full Review

Emilie Black | Cinema Crazed: 4/5 | 8/10
A powerful film filled with subtly nuanced emotions ... Full Review

Panos Kotzathanasis | Asian Film Vault: - | 8/10
"Ajji" is a great film that manages to combine the revenge thriller with the noir and the exploitation film, through a no-punches-pulled presentation of a theme with social implications ... Full Review

Elizabeth Kerr | The Hollywood Reporter: - | 8/10
Exactly as heartbreaking and infuriating as it needs to be ... Full Review

Fionnuala Halligan | Screen International: - | 7/10
Direct and effective, Ajji finds the lurid line between child rape drama and genre revenge thriller and walks it steadily through to a satisfyingly gruesome conclusion ... Full Review

Reuters: - | 7/10
For all its flaws, this is a welcome break from the other sanitised rape-revenge dramas we've seen this year in the form of Maatr and Mom, and one that doesn't flinch at the brutal nature of its subject ... Full Review

Live Mint: - | 6/10
This is a film that’s frequently well-directed but has trouble reigning itself ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: - | 4/10
Outrage over the rape of children is easily provoked, but it takes hard work to make a movie about the justice that is due to them. Ajji takes the easy way out ... Full Review

Deccan Chronicle: 3.5/5 | 7/10
A standout film with a medieval, moral soul ... Full Review

IANS | Mid-Day: - | 4/10
The monotony and sedated pace of the film will have you turning in your seat. But, you soon begin to wonder if the pain inflicted via these long hours of injustice would be noticeable without it ... Full Review

Rachit Gupta | Filmfare: 2.5/5 | 5/10
Ajji is a bit of a mixed bag. The film has some really powerful moments. But the problematic treatment and the art-heavy approach keep it from being the ideal thriller ... Full Review

Book My Show: - | 7/10
A beautiful and thrilling execution of an appalling story ... Full Review

Movie Talkies: 4/5 | 8/10
Ajji is dark, brutal, cynical and traumatic. The cinematographer deserves a pat on the back for highlighting the dark and dingy underbelly of Mumbai- the claustrophobic slums, the open gutters, the sinister construction site ... Full Review

Cinestaan: 3/4 | 8/10
Ajji makes for bleak and gritty viewing, but it is essential ... Full Review

Glamsham: 3.5/5 | 7/10
A bloody gruesome ‘cut’ above indie. A largely disturbing and terrifically haunting sequence screams in its silence when the antagonist Dhavle ... Full Review

Spotboye: 3/5 | 6/10
For those rare qualities and for Sushama Deshpande’s implosive incarnation of a Grandmother Courage, Ajji is worth walking miles for ... Full Review

The News Minute: - | 7/10
A dark, chilling fable on child rape and vigilante justice. Sushama Deshpande is superb as the grandma ... Full Review

Free Press Journal: 3/5 | 6/10
Notwithstanding that contrivance though, Ajji is a sincere and hurtful attempt at gender justice- though a trifle clinical and appears more mechanical than affecting ... Full Review

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