Synopsis/Plot : Piku (Deepika Padukone) is a working girl in a cosmopolitan city. An architect by profession, she is a simple, Independent and strong girl from Delhi. She is grounded and rooted to what matters most - family... and in this case, her father, who she looks after. Piku is the kind of girl who doesn't shy away from responsibilities. The film takes audiences through the ups and downs and everyday problems she faces with her father.
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A warm heart, little else
iku leaves you with a smile, wanting for something more. One wishes it had a little more meat, a little more heft to it. As it is now though it is a nice small breath of fresh air. Go watch it for sure. What is missing though in the film is the fact that it takes all the good things going for it f...(more)
Source: Ameet Bhuvan, MovieCrow
Piku is an absolute must watch.
A warm, charming and bittersweet family drama, Piku turns the genre completely on its head. The result is a magnificently original film that delivers a memorably unique movie experience. Coming from the man who crafted Vicky Donor, a quaint drama around the adventures of a sperm donor, and got a...(more)
Source: Saibal Chatterjee , NDTV Movies
Pushing for potty perfection
The only problem with Piku was that it ended. Yet it ended just like the rest of the film - in perfection Piku is a rare gem of a film. It deals with two of our nation's favourite topics - family and bowel movements. It gives an inside peek into a moment in the life of a Bengali family living in CR...(more)
Source: Koel Purie Rinchet , India Today
Don't miss this gentle rollercoaster ride. Piku's motions and emotions must be enjoyed.
The direction's brilliant. Deft, yet deep, Shoojit Sircar presents characters so ordinary, they're wonderful, people and places intimately intertwined, an aunt pickled in resentment, boats almost painted on a sheet-like Ganga. With passion, there's precision too, the editing fish-bone sharp, deta...(more)
Source: Srijana Mitra Das, Times Of India
It is difficult to find faults in Piku. Must Watch.
Simplicity drives this story that is so real that you relate to from its very first frame. One of the finest representations of familial bonds on screen. MUST WATCH!! It is a rare thing to find directors like Shoojit Sircar who truly understand how strongly a medium like cinema works when you want t...(more)
Source: Surabhi Redkar, Koimoi
This is a film that shall grow with word of mouth.
Since it's a simple film, the music of the film is also expected to be simple. And the film's music director Anupam Roy delivers just that. Even though there are not any chartbusting tracks in the film, the music of the film helps as a major driving force in the film's progress. While the film's cin...(more)
Source: Bollywood Hungama News Network, Bollywood Hungama
This Amitabh, Deepika film has both motion and emotion.
An emotionally rich and endearing film, Piku is a heart-warming experience that every Indian who has lived with ailing or ageing parent will connect to. Independent women who juggle their professional and personal lives with domestic responsibilities are likely to identify more with it. Piku offe...(more)
Source: Sweta Kaushal, Hindustan Times
Piku rivets with its cherishing Screenplay. The journey is an absolute perfectness of peccadilloes which are knit together lovingly as a Writing. The Director should be given applause in taking the Script without adhering to only certain aspects of it but deploying the vastness of spiritual componen... (more)
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