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Vineet Kumar Singh Shines In Anurag Kashyap's Greatest Film

The director ends the film by saying 'Bhaarat Mata Ki Jai,' and those words coming from an envelope-pushing filmmaker express, on the one hand, genuine love for the land that gives him stories and characters and language, and, at the same time, bitter sarcasm for a government that mistreats its peop...(more)

Source: Raja Sen., NDTV Movies



Mukkabaaz is a total knockout. The not-just-a-boxing film must not be missed as it puts forth a message that's most relevant in today's world - Bahut Hua Samman Tumhari Aisi Taisi - #Timesup, bullies. (more)

Source: Renuka Vyavahare, Times Of India


Anurag Kashyap Gifts Us Our Desi Rocky Balboa

Don't expect a Rocky or Gangs Of Wasseypur, because this is not. Growing comfortably in its own little space, Mukkabaaz fits perfectly to the genre of Anurag Kashyap films but this time it's comparatively less dark & more entertaining. Don�t think, go watch!(more)

Source: Umesh Punwani, Koimoi


Anurag Kashyap's film beautifully explores love in the time of hate

The performances of the main and the supporting cast bring out each of the distinct characters they play. The film takes its time to tell its story (the runtime of the film's festival version is almost two-and-a-half hours). But then it takes time for love and fairness to fight their battles and sta...(more)

Source: Rupleena Bose, Firstpost.com


Anurag tells a gritty tale, Vineet shines bright

Hardcore Anurag Kashyap fans may be a bit disappointed with its happy ending and moreover, less of blood bath unlike his films. Though Mukkabaaz is not as dark as his genre, the overall treatment is edgy and thrilling alongside the universal appeal. The film is definitely a milder version of the dir...(more)

Source: ROHIT BHATNAGAR, Deccan Chronicle


The punch of the underdog

The realistic finale which is more about off-bout negotiations than a knock-out punch end Mukkabaaz in a low key manner. But "Bharat Mata Ki Jai" (with a big dose of sarcasm) instead of "The End" plate, after the disclaimer in the finale, is where Kashyap knocks it out of the park. Just as he does i...(more)

Source: NAMRATA JOSHI, The Hindu


Going for the tear glands with brass knuckles

In fighting one evil man, Kashyap wants the boxer to fight an entire system of injustice. You can call that a plotting problem, but it could also be the dawn of a reductive cinematic approach. My worry is that many who are not fond of Kashyap's usual complex sensibility would like this latest mo...(more)

Source: Sreehari Nair, Rediff.com


The Anurag Kashyap film packs plenty of punch

This is a film whose lack of ostensible polish works to enhance its rough-and-tumble flavor: Kashyap and the film are at its most sure-footed when they are calling out discrimination, across the board. That's when their punches land in exactly the right place.(more)

Source: Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express

BO Report World Wide

Country 2nd Weekend Opening Weekend
USA ($) 32436.00 39019.00
Canada ($) 502.00 470.00
UK (€ ) 9501.00 9927.00
Australia (A$) --- 6477.00

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Paintra” Vineet Kumar Singh Divine Listen
2 “Mushkil Hai Apna Meil Priye” Dr. Sunil Jog Brijesh Shandilya Listen
3 “Paintra (Extended Version)” Vineet Kumar Singh Divine Listen
4 “Bahut Hua Samman” Hussain Haidry Swaroop Khan Listen
5 “Bahut Dukha Mann” Hussain Haidry Rachita Arora & Dev Arijit Listen
6 “Chhipkali” Hussain Haidry Vijay Arora Listen
7 “Saade Teen Baje” Hussain Haidry Khushboo Raj Listen
8 “Adhura Main” Vineet Kumar Singh Deepak Thakur Listen
9 “"Bahut Hua Samman" (EDM Version)” Swaroop Khan, Rap: Jaspreet Jasz Listen
10 “Haathapai” Hussain Haidry Sukhwinder Singh