Angrezi Medium Movie Review
Angrezi Medium Movie Review- Irfan, Deepak Dobriyal’s ‘Emotional’ Story Adorned With Excellent Performance
Angrezi Medium Movie Review: Artists- Irrfan Khan, Deepak Dobriyal, Radhika Madan, Kareena Kapoor Khan in one scene, the daughter tells father – Papa, you should have knocked and come to my house. Returning with a little surprise and sorrow, the father said- Taru, you can go home anytime, without hurting, my doors will always be open for you.
Angrezi Medium Movie Review: ‘English Medium’ is sensitive and adorned with some beautiful dialogues. The film portrays many shades of children’s changing relationship with their mother-father through emotion and comedy. Champak Bansal (Irfan) is a small-town businessman whose Ghasitaram sweets shop is quite famous.
She is a widower, and her whole life revolves around her daughter Tarika (Radhika Madan). From childhood, Tariqa dreams of going to London to study. When the father realizes the seriousness of this dream of his daughter, to what extent can he go to fulfil his dreams, this is the story of ‘English Medium’.
Angrezi Medium Movie Review: The wife of Champak Bansal (Irrfan), owner of Udaipur’s famous sweets shop ‘Ghasitaram’, dies shortly after marriage. After which her entire routine revolves around her daughter Tarika (Radhika Madan). At the same time, he continues to murmur with his brother Gopi (Deepak Dobriyal) about the sweets shop.
Everyone’s life is generally cut off in Udaipur. But Tarika wants to study abroad. She does not want to keep her dreams tied up and says to the father- “I cannot live as a frog of a well, I have to see the world” .. Father also makes his daughter’s dream apart and encourages her.
But the matter comes to a halt at a considerable fee. But as stated at the beginning of the film- “Father is a fool who is willing to sacrifice everything in child love” .. Champak Bansal also makes every effort to teach his daughter at the University of London. During which their relationship goes through many ups and downs and new emotions.
The strongest side of the film is its star cast. Irrfan Khan has once again won the heart in the role of a father who loves his daughter completely. He leaves a sample of the best in every frame. In this film, Irrfan also laughs and makes him cry. The film rests entirely on his shoulders.
At the same time, Deepak Dobriyal, who plays Irrfan’s brother, walks shoulder to shoulder with him in every scene. The chemistry between the two is superb. At the same time, Radhika Madan is also very well cast in the role of a teenager. Especially in sensitive scenes shown with his father.
Kiku Sharda is funny as a childhood friend of the Ghasitaram brothers. NRI Bobby Tripathi turned Ranveer Shorey has done full justice to his character. While the best artists like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Dimple Kapadia, Pankaj Tripathi, Tilottama Shom were not given a chance to show anything unusual.
The director’s responsibility increases significantly with the sequel of the best film like ‘Hindi Medium’. Homi Adzania has tried her best to fulfil her obligation faithfully. Along with the beautiful, sensitive relationship between father and daughter, the film touches many more topics.
Be it the craze of going abroad among the youth or coming at an age and demanding freedom from parents. The director has tried to show everything through comedy and emotion. But Homi Adjania has dragged the film too long to cover a lot of characters and issues. The film bores on many occasions.
At the same time, the characters of the co-stars could be further enhanced, which the director did not make any special effort to make them memorable.
The only thing that makes this film inferior to ‘Hindi Medium’ is the script. Written by Bhavesh Mandalia, Gaurav Shukla, Vinay Chawal and Sara Bodinar, it echoes on many occasions. The film cuts and reaches into comedy as they are attached to sensitive scenes.
At the same time, the editing of A. Srikar Prasad is also a bit slow. Especially in the first half of the film is very slow, due to which many characters and twists in the second half do not attract much attention. Anil Mehta’s cinematography is excellent.
The music of the film is given by Sachin-Jigar and Tanishq Bagchi, which impresses. The song ‘Ek Zindagi’ moves along with the story in the movie and adds depth to the moments. The songwriter of this song is Jigar Saraiya.
See or not see
The English medium does not do full justice to its name somewhere. There is tiny talk on education method in the film. But the father and daughter have been able to show the relationship in full truth. Irrfan Khan has appeared on the big screen after a long time, and his dominant performance wins hearts once again. 3.5 stars to ‘English Medium’ from Filmbeast.