Synopsis/Plot : It's a story of a family man who sets out to take revenge after being wronged. The story spans from the character's youth till his middle-age. Varun Dhavan plays the man on the search of his wrongdoer.
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A sellable star without much of an image , Varun is juxtaposed with screen gems like Nawaazuddin and Vinay Pathak. Huma Quershi, Radhika Apte and Yami Gautam lead the ladies brigade with consummate ease and luminescence bringing strength to their parts. While Varun finds it hard understandably to m...(more)
Source: Ameet Bhuvan, MovieCrow
Brisk and absorbing, concluding differently than expected,Badlapur is an inspired film that dangerously attempts to change the landscape of the thriller genre in Bollywood.
The driving force here are the actors who evolve the story. Varun's measured acting and sincere eyes draw empathy. With each scene, the intense hues he brings to Raghu, unravel. Nawaz is superlative as Liak, bringing a sinful streak of twisted comedy, teaming it with unabashed swagger. The ladies de...(more)
Source: Mohar Basu, Times Of India
BADLAPUR offers you cinematic excellence with a rider that there's violence and gore, which may not be everyone's cup of bitter coffee
BADLAPUR offers you cinematic excellence with a rider that there's violence and gore, which may not be everyone's cup of bitter coffee. You shall be treated to truly unforgettable performances by Nawazuddin and Varun Dhawan. It is a film that will find patrons amidst the multiplex crowd. And yes, i...(more)
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Badlapur is not everyone�s regular coffee, it�s black coffee!
Badlapur is a complete performance driven film. It is one of the best neo-noir representation in Indian cinema. The film has the right amount of gore and will leave its bitter taste on your tongues.(more)
Source: Surabhi Redkar, Koimoi
Badlapur might not be in the Ek Hasina Thi and Johnny Gaddar league, but it is a happy sign that Sriram Raghavan has left Agent Vinod behind.
Both Liak and Raghu treat these women like useless chattel, with the latter, who is supposed to be the righteous hero, reveling in forcing them to disrobe and do his bidding. It is his way of settling scores with the men that he wants to punish. The criminal's mother, too, is at the receiving end...(more)
Source: Saibal Chatterjee , NDTV Movies
Don't miss the beginning' because it's brilliant, the rest is missable.
Badlapur feels vaguely familiar because the aesthetic and storytelling are so heavily inspired by modern Korean noir, in which everyday people reveal themselves to be capable of extraordinary cruelty. What Badlapur lacks, however, is their tautness. By the time interval strikes, you realise you've s...(more)
Source: Deepanjana Pal, Firstpost.com
Watch the best of Varun and Nawaz in Badlapur.
This film has some amazing moments and a lot of credit goes to the director and his actors. Raghvan gives them an open field to perform and show their best skills, the magic is obviously in the writing. The film also has its fair share of unnecessary scenes like the sex scene between Raghav and Jhim...(more)
Source: Rohit Khilnani , India Today
Badlapur is a dark, unflinching, fantastic film
It is a film where an alert policeman spots something through an eye-hole but, a few inches below it, is another opening that could well be a glory-hole. It is a film that broods, and one that refuses to put a fun spin on things, Raghavan preferring instead to put the �dead� in �deadpan.� The last...(more)
Source: Raja Sen., Rediff.com
Awesome movie with a beautiful plot Badlapur , a movie with a very interesting plot,keeps the audience involved in the plot. Varun Dhawan has delivered an awesome performance. Sriram Raghavan is an intelligent director who has a record of making meaningful and intriguing movies with plots ,sub... (more)
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