Faraaz Movie Reviews

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Faraaz Reviews

Ratings: 6.2/10

Reviews Counted: 20
: 16 | : 4

Director: Hansal Mehta
Producer: Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Anubhav Sinha
Writer: Ritesh Shah, Kashyap Kapoor, Raghav Kakkar
Genre: Action, Thriller
Release Date: 3 February 2023

Monika Rawal Kukreja | Hindustan Times: n/a ⇨ 4/5
The film is a gut-wrenching tale coupled with some stellar performances. It's gruesome in parts and emotional at some places ... Full Review

Renuka Vyavahare | Times of India: 3/5
Faraaz opens an interesting dialogue between liberals & radicals but could've dived deeper ... Full Review

Dishya Sharma | News18: 3.5/5
Faraaz is a trademark Hansal Mehta film and is not for the weak-hearted. The film is bound to leave you disturbed and empty by the end of it. Watch it if you loved Shahid and Omreta ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: n/a ⇨ 3.5/5
Hansal Mehta Nails the Topicality of Terror. Given the age we live in, yet another calculated Hindi film about Muslim terrorists might seem like obvious propaganda. But this illusion is part of the design ... Full Review

Komal Nahta | Film Information: n/a ⇨ 3/5
Faraaz is a well-made film with good performances. Hansal Mehta’s direction is good. He keeps the narration crisp ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 2/5
This humane film is more stagey than menacing. At a time where rampant bigotry and muscular nationalism is on the rise, films which give us humans of all shades are more than welcome ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 3.5/5
If not mind-blowing, the film is thought-provoking. Watch it for what it has to say as well as for how it says it: with empathy, compassion and unwavering focus ... Full Review

Umesh Punwani | Koimoi: 2/5
Hansal Mehta Titles The Film After An Individual Only To Give Him Such Less Importance That It Felt Cheated! The story doesn't revolve around Faraaz, it revolves solely around the attack he lost his life in ... Full Review

Anna MM Vetticad | FirstPost: 2.5/5 ⇨ 3/5
Hansal Mehta’s account of the Holey Artisan Bakery tragedy in Dhaka is effective when it subtly points to the commonalities between India and Bangladesh, and the everydayness of the terrorists involved ... Full Review

India Today: 4/5
Hansal Mehta strikes perfect balance in this tale of brainwash and bloodshed. However, it is not without flaws. There are caricaturish portrayals, especially of the Police Commissioner ... Full Review

Anuj Kumar | The Hindu: n/a ⇨ 3/5
Steering clear of sensationalism, ‘Faraaz’ shakes the liberals out of their slumber of safety to take a stand before the good Muslim vs. bad Muslim debate ... Full Review

Scroll: n/a ⇨ 2/5
The film is named for Faraaz, but Zahaan Kapoor is given very little to do ... Full Review

Deccan Chronicle: n/a ⇨ 3/5
Faraaz is poignant but ill-researched. There is enough to observe and empathise with the willing. It is also refreshing in the context of what a mainstream staple meal is ... Full Review

Telangana Today: n/a ⇨ 3/5
From Hansal Mehta, this is half a journey, yet recommended for balance for poignance and cause towards better cinema ... Full Review

Cinema Express: 3.5/5
Hansal Mehta’s hostage drama has a funny bone and a golden heart. The film doesn’t get muddled in melodrama and imparts its message between chuckles ... Full Review

Times Now News: 3/5
Faraaz ends in heartbreak, something we already knew. Full credit to Hansal Mehta therefore for making sure his audience is invested, despite the lack of a surprise element ... Full Review

Movie Talkies: 2/5
His last 3 flicks, Omerta, Chhalaang, and now Faraaz, have been highly underwhelming for his own high standards. I still wonder why Hansal Mehta made a film on such a topic that has nothing new to offer. Faraaz is made for classes, but even classes had moved on from such topics before the pandemic. Passable! ... Full Review

Lehren: 3.5/5
With A Genuine Muslim Hero, Hansal Mehta Just Changed The Game ... Full Review

The Quint: n/a ⇨ 4/5
A Sensitive Portrayal of Terror With an Exemplary Cast. Faraaz is a gut-punch in the form of a film that leaves you thinking ... Full Review

Subhash K Jha | IWM Buzz: 3.5/5
It’s a disturbing moving tale of true heroism told with feeling rather than flourish ... Full Review

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