Atrangi Re Review: Sara Ali Khan & Dhanush Shine In This Magical Love Story, Akshay Kumar Adds To The Flavor

Atrangi Re review is out now. Atrangi Re will soon be available for streaming on Disney+ Hotstar. Before watching the film, don't forget to check out the in-depth Atrangi Re review. The movie features Sara Ali Khan, Dhanush & Akshay Kumar.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Dec 23, 2021 11:12 IST
Atrangi Re Review: Sara Ali Khan & Dhanush Shine In This Magical Love Story, Akshay Kumar Adds To The Flavor
Atrangi Re Review

Film Name: Atrangi Re

Cast: Akshay Kumar, Dhanush, Sara Ali Khan

Director: Aanand L. Rai

Rating: 3.5/5

Atrangi Re Review: Story

If the film's title is 'Atrangi Re,' then the story is also a little Atrangi. Rinku (Sara Ali Khan), Vishu (Dhanush), and Sajjad (Akshay Kumar) are the main characters in the film. Rinku is a Siwan resident who falls in love with Sajjad. He attempted to flee with her several times but was always apprehended by his family. Rinku's family decides to marry her off to a stranger from another state of the country. They kidnap Vishu and force him to marry. However, Vishu and Rinku are both dissatisfied with the marriage because Vishu has a girlfriend and Rinku is in love with Sajjad. Sajjad, who is in Africa, returns to India, and Rinku and Vishu decide to split up, but it is not an easy decision. Luck would have written something else for Rinku and Vishu after this.

Atrangi Re Review: What's Hot

This love story has been beautifully depicted on screen by Aanand L Rai. The concept and story of the film, like the title, are quite strange, as the novelty is clearly visible in the story. Every actor has performed admirably. Most notably, Sara Ali Khan's performance will astound the viewers. Dhanush's acting and dialogue delivery are both superb. The film's best feature is its music, which was composed by AR Rahman. The film's songs will appeal to you. Everything from the background score to the music is excellent. Let us remind you that Atrangi Re is a love story set against the backdrop of a mental disorder.

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Atrangi Re Review: What's Not Hot

Although the film has many highs, it also has some low points. Some films have been made about mental illnesses. The film is unquestionably more entertaining than those, but the way it was handled here is a little disappointing. It's understandable that this was done to keep the film lighthearted and entertaining, but there was a need to take this topic a little more seriously. Aside from that, the film's beginning is excellent, but by the time the intermission arrives, there is a sense of boredom. However, its story eventually captures your attention. 

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