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Read the The Forgotten Army - Azaadi Ke Liye Amazon Prime Video Original Web Series Reviews Starring Sunny Kaushal, Sharvari, Rajvir Chauhan, Rohit Choudhary.

The Forgotten Army - Azaadi Ke Liye Reviews

Ratings: 5.56/10

Reviews Counted: 25
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Hindi TV Show The Forgotten Army Reviews and Ratings from Top Critics.
Director: Kabir Khan
Creator & Writer: Kabir Khan
Music: Pritam
Genre: Drama, Action
Release Date: 24 January 2020

Rohan Naahar | Hindustan Times: 2/5
While the politics (or lack thereof) of Kabir Khan’s big-budget Amazon series, starring Sunny Kaushal and Sharvari, may be above reproach, the filmmaking certainly isn’t ... Full Review

Ektaa Malik | The Indian Express: 2.5/5
A riveting premise and a story that needs to be told today more than ever when concepts like nation, nationalism and patriotism are thrown around casually, The Forgotten Army falls prey to its own vision of scale ... Full Review

Narayani M | The New Indian Express: 2.5/5
The five-part series is sprinkled with enough nationalism to make every heart brim with pride, but you can't help wishing for more details, more information, more facts and not a shallow, Bollywood-like 150-minute-long plot ... Full Review

Gopinath Rajendran | The New Indian Express: 3/5
Poignant but inconsistent retelling of an important story. Still, despite the army truckload of issues, we have to cut The Forgotten Army - Azaadi Ke Liye some slack for its motive. After all, it does its best in trying to right history that has been cruel to thousands who lost their lives for our freedom ... Full Review

Devasheesh Pandey | News18: 2/5
Kabir Khan's Web Series is Well Mounted but Lacks Novelty. The Forgotten Army seems like it may become one of those not-much-liked series. But it is nevertheless a quick trip down the history lane and if you are particularly in mood for some country love, it may serve you well ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 2.5/5
Notwithstanding its flaws and convenient generalizations, The Forgotten Army does a far better, and more honest, job of capturing history. It presents a sharp contrast to the shrill, jingoistic renditions of the past that contemporary Mumbai cinema ... Full Review

Gautam Batra | Koimoi: 3.5/5
Kabir Khan’s Digital Debut On Subhash Chandra Bose’s Azad Hind Fauj Is Informative, Visually Appealing & Will Make You Proud ... Full Review

Radhika Trehun | Vargis Khan: 3/5
The Forgotten Army, in the end, is a decent enough show that does a good enough job in telling the tale of the soldiers who died fighting for their country and are hardly remembered. My only complaint is with the way the story was told. They should have kept their entire focus in the 40s. The 90s episode was just unnecessary and bores the viewer ... Full Review

Sreehari Nair | Rediff: 2/5
What was previously buried in the sands of time now gets buried by the weight of banality ... Full Review

Pratishruti Ganguly | FirstPost: 2.5/5
Kabir Khan's maiden digital venture has noble intentions, but is let down by its lack of subtlety ... Full Review

Meena Iyer | India Link: 2.5/5
An epic drowned in melodrama. If anything the notion holds true more than ever in present times. The sobering observation leaves you appreciating Kabir Khan’s effort a little more than you did all through its runtime of five episodes ... Full Review

Ananya Bhattacharya | India Today: 2.5/5
But none of that takes away from the main task at hand: exorcising the ghosts of a forgotten army. The series gives you goosebumps at points and makes you weep at others. And at the end of those three hours, it does make you wonder: whose history is it anyway? ... Full Review

Farid-ul-Haq | The Geekiary: 3/5
Having said all of that, did I enjoy watching The Forgotten Army? Well, even though it might be surprising to some, I did. The likable cast helped a lot with maintaining my interest. The action sequences were also impressively constructed ... Full Review

Pratiksha Mestry | Mid-Day: 3/5
Impeccable storyline backed by these newbies, including Kabir Khan's maiden web project, this show will etch a special place at your heart ... Full Review

Amar Ujala: 4/5
नेताजी सुभाष चंद्र बोस की फौज के नजरिए से फिल्माई गई अमेजन प्राइम ओरिजिनल की वेब सीरीज 'द फॉरगॉटन आर्मी: आजादी के लिए' में आजाद हिंद फौज (आईएनए) का अपने देश को आजाद करवाने का जज्बा आपके रोंगटे खड़े कर सकता है। ... Full Review

Sanyukta Thakare | Filmi Beat: 3/5
Overall, The Forgotten Army leaves an impact with a forgetful script ... Full Review

Karishma Upadhyay | The Quint: 3/5
The Forgotten Army has its heart in the right place as it tells a mostly unknown story while trying to keep it real. As a whole package though, it doesn’t quite come together in the end ... Full Review

Spotboye: 4/5
The Forgotten Army is a patriotic show, which will rightly instill the love for your motherland, so it’s a given that the show has no explicit content or abusive language. This is a show meant to watch along with your entire family with total ‘Azaadi’ ... Full Review

Poulomi Das | Arre: 2.5/5
The main letdown of The Forgotten Army remains that Khan doesn’t justify its existence as a five-episode series; it serves little purpose beyond shaking one’s conscience ... Full Review

Srivathsan Nadadhur | Binged: 3/5
Where Josh Triumphs Over Historic Accuracy ... Full Review

Meetu | Not So Common: 4/5
It throws forward a volley of passionate arguments and images in support of an unsung hero. The canvas is as large as the filmmaker’s ambitions.This is a film to be watched on the big screen, not on the phone.That’s more disservice to Netaji’s memory ... Full Review

Rucha Sharma | Ask Men: 2/5
Kabir Khan Doesn't Do Justice To The Politics Of His Story. But the problem is the superficial treatment of complicated ideas and deep philosophies of patriotism that might make the show just as forgettable as its subject matter ... Full Review

Saraswati Datar | The News Minute: 2.5/5
Earnest but forgettable. Sadly, we never feel their beating hearts and the passionate rush of idealistic youthfulness. While it may generate awareness and empathy for India’s forgotten army, the show itself is far from memorable ... Full Review

Vishwaranjan | Maps of India: 3/5
Despite having its flaws, “The Forgotten Army” has succeeded in its intention to spread awareness about the glorious fight of the Indian National Army. Therefore, Kabir Khan’s “The Forgotten Army” is recommended as a good binge-watch ... Full Review

Udita Jhunjhunwala | Scroll: 2/5
With more questions than answers, the ambitious The Forgotten Army simply scratches the surface of an important chapter in India’s history ... Full Review
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