Angrezi Medium Movie Review | Irrfan Khan | Radhika Madan | Kareena Kapoor | ZNDM NEWS |
Why he is called the prolific and effortless actor of this era is Champak Bansal (Irrfan Khan), a resident of Udaipur, who runs a sweet shop as the grandson of the famous Ghasitaram Mithaiwale. After the death of his wife, his world revolves around his daughter Tarika (Radhika Madan). The daughter has a childhood dream to go to London.
Fans were eagerly awaiting the return of Irrfan Khan. Apparently, Irfan had been waiting for his fans since the time he started shooting for the film after being cured of a deadly disease like cancer. There is no doubt that Irfan gave his fans more than expected in this film and once again proved that
Why he is called the prolific and effortless actor of this era is Champak Bansal (Irrfan Khan), a resident of Udaipur, who runs a sweet shop as the grandson of the well-known Ghasitaram Mithaiwale. After the death of his wife, his world revolves around his daughter Tarika (Radhika Madan). The daughter has a childhood dream to go to London. Along with raising and running a sweet shop, the daughter has to fight name and property in court along with her other Ghasitaram brothers. In these cases, his cousin brother Gopi (Deepak Dobriyal) remains the hero of his brother. With Tarika being a graduate, she is gearing up to become a college topper to fulfill her dream of going to London. Finally that day also comes, When Tarika gets a chance to go to London for further studies. Champak Tariqa, who is an affectionately affectionate father to his daughter, walks with him to make his dreams a reality. Gopi also supports her in this journey, but after reaching London, the situation becomes something that Champak and Gopi had not even imagined. In the Hindi medium of Irrfan Khan before English medium, director Saket Chaudhary gave the language The relevant topic of divided society was touched at the level, here director Homi Adajania went a few steps ahead and shared the attraction of overseas as well as father-daughter relationship through Young Generation. Dtal also seen. The first half of the film is very entertaining and gripping, but the story starts to drag in the second half. Many tracks and characters are entered after the intermission. The climax is a bit dramatic, Which is already guessed. But Homi's quality is that despite the comic element, he kept the film from being loud. He has woven the small-town mentality, colloquialism and attire beautifully with the characters. The music of Sachin-Jigar and Tanishq Bagchi is mediocre. Irfan stays on screen for as long as he can, keeping you captivated by his body language, amazing comic timing, his Udaipuri accents and emotional scenes. His acting delivery is so amazing that you do not realize that he must have shot this film while recovering from a disease like cancer. Some of his scenes as a father turn his eyes moist. As a daughter, Radhika Madan has complemented Irfan in every way. The role of Radhika, a rebel, innocent, dreamer and loving father, has many layers, she has played it honestly. His chemistry as a father-daughter is very well established, So Deepak Dobriyal as brother has introduced a strong jugalbandi with Irrfan. Through his character, he makes a lot of fun. Kareena comes to the screen as soon as she comes from her strong screen presence, but she is wasted in two scenes. Pankaj Tripathi is remembered in small roles. Dimple Kapadia, Tilottama Shom, Ranvir Shorey, Kiku Sharda etc. in supporting roles have played their part in a fun way.