Verdict: Film Critics have given Positive Reviews to Eeb Allay Ooo! Movie Starring Shardul Bharadwaj, Mahender Nath, Nutan Sinha.
Eeb Allay Ooo Reviews
Ratings: 7.76/10

Score: 100%
Reviews Counted: 26
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Read Bollywood Hindi Eeb Allay Ooo! Movie Reviews.
Director: Prateek Vats
Producer: Shwetaabh Singh, Prateek Vats
Writer: Shubham, Prateek Vats
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release Date: 18 December 2020

Rohan Naahar | Hindustan Times: - | 8/10
Eeb Allay Ooo! is the rare social satire that has the courage of its convictions. Through sweeping use of metaphor, Vats addresses themes as prickly as nationalism and religious bigotry; the plight of the marginalised, and the entitlement of the elite ... Full Review

Jay Weissberg | Variety: - | 6/10
Dehumanizing power dynamics underscore Prateek Vats' enjoyable debut about a guy ill-suited to his new job as monkey chaser in Delhi ... Full Review

Carmen Paddock | One Room With A View: 4/5 | 8/10
With its cutting satire of surviving an unjust system, this monkey business resonates far beyond Delhi ... Full Review

Amber Wilkinson | Eye for Film: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Vats has a background in documentary and it shows in his deep realisation of the world Anjani and his family inhabit ... Full Review

Sarah Ward | Screen International: - | 7/10
Aided by lively on-the-ground cinematography that wanders the capital with an insider's eye, this is a smart, likeable underdog comedy that should continue to engage audiences and attract further festival attention ... Full Review

Deborah Young | The Hollywood Reporter: - | 7/10
An original social farce where men become the monkeys ... Full Review

Baradwaj Rangan | Film Companion: - | 8/10
Prateek Vats’ Berlinale Panorama Selection Is A Surreal, Powerful Satire On The State Of The Nation ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 4/5 | 8/10
Shardul Bhardwaj is, to put it in one word, spectacular ... Full Review

Koimoi: 5/5 | 10/10
Prateek Vats Becomes The Voice Of The Marginalised In The Gem Of A Satire That Runs High On Metaphors. There is a commentary about the haves, and the have nots, the class divide and the increasing gap between the two worlds ... Full Review

Anna MM Vetticad | FirstPost: - | 8/10
Eeb Allay Ooo! feels as real as if it were a reality show or a documentary feature. Heartbreaking. And beautiful ... Full Review

The Juggernaut: - | 6/10
The film lets loose its eccentricities. It begins to feel as frenzied as wildlife tearing through concrete jungles, and its gonzo energy begins to exude an uncanny sense of freedom ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: - | 8/10
Politics, nationalism, religiosity, bigotry, the talk of gods turning pests, class divides—all are explored by Vats in a matter of fact, non-judgmental way, which makes it even more scathing a commentary on human and social condition ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: - | 6/10
The satire holds up beautifully as long as it explores the ridiculousness of Anjani's situation, but slips when the line between predator and prey begins to blur ... Full Review

Sify: - | 9/10
Eeb Allay Ooo results as one of those rare gems that blends humour and satire brilliantly to deliver a heavily loaded social message about governance and inequality, without weighing you down as a viewer ... Full Review

Zoom TV: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Prateek Vats' terrific satire displays class system amidst monkey menace ... Full Review

Screen Daily: - | 8/10
The quietly expressive Shardul Bhardwaj convincingly navigates Eeb Allay Ooo!’s tricky tonal balance ... Full Review

The Wire: - | 8/10
Eeb Allay Ooo! cares, lifting the migrant from the trappings of political abstractions, dignifying his fight and making him a person ... Full Review

The Quint: 4/5 | 8/10
There couldn’t have been a better time to hold this movie as a mirror in front of us, laying bare the naked truth of the fragility of migrant life and the dehumanising of a certain section of society ... Full Review

PinkVilla: - | 8/10
All in all, the film is beautifully written with its amazing cinematography ... Full Review

Spotboye: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Eeb Allay Ooo doesn’t mean to startle. It just wants to remind us gently but persuasively of those who exist outside our range of vision. The monkey pacifiers are far more clever and cautious than those employing them. Their time will come. Until then there is this film ... Full Review

Lens Men Reviews: - | 9/10
You might find yourself laughing at the bizarreness of the things that are happening on the screen for a while. But the way this movie ends showing the emotional state of Anjani is a disturbing one. Don’t miss this brilliant satire that exposes the real state of things in the world’s largest democracy ... Full Review

Arre: - | 8/10
Deftly blending the frustrations and contradictions of the social, political, and economic realities of society, it paints a portrait of a nation in crisis ... Full Review

Mashable: 5/5 | 10/10
Director Prateek Vats and writer Shubham turn it into a giant mirror for the society to introspect about the consequences of their attitude towards migrants. And due to some truly mesmerising work by Shardul Bhardwaj and the rest of the cast and crew, it ends up becoming one of the best films of all time ... Full Review

Socialnews.xyz: 4/5 | 8/10
It's a realistic and emotional take on classes and humanity ... Full Review

High on Films: 4/5 | 8/10
AN AUTHENTIC STUDY OF THE WORKING CLASS THROUGH INTELLIGENT FILMMAKING ... Full Review

Latestly: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Eeb Allay Ooo! may not have commercial trappings, but it's real strength is its realism -both in  its treatments and in its performances ... Full Review