Pareeksha Review

A simple yet inspiring movie. It is inspired by a slice of real-life stories. A well written and executed movie.

This movie might give you goosebumps in moments. It does fall on a more realistic side as compared to those like Super 30.

Three cheers for :

A father who left no stone unturned so that his only son can get the education he deserves.

A son who has to fight all odds in this society to prove his talent againt self declared society ke thekedaar.

Approximately 100 minutes of tight screenplay have shown it all.

This is among few stories where you know the protagonist is doing something wrong but you want him to win. You want him to win because you know society is forcing him to do something wrong. Take this “Pareeksha” of your moral sense of right and wrong.

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DIRECTION
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STORY
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SCREENPLAY
0
ACTING
0
CINEMATOGRAPHY
0
DRAMA
0
PACE
0
EDITING
0
ART DIRECTION
0
DIALOGUES
0
MUSIC
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FEEL GOOD
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OVERALL
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NEPOTISM QUOTIENT
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ORIGINALITY QUOTIENT
CONNECTION INDEX
68%
MOTIVATION INDEX
61%
SUSPENSE INDEX
31%
DRAMA INDEX
53%
CLIMAX INDEX
49%
ENTERTAINMENT INDEX
64%
  • Adil Hussain
  • Priyanka Bose
  • Sanjay Suri
  • Shubham Jha
  • Shourya Deep
  • Prakash Jha

100 Mins

POSITIVES

Inspiring and motivating story. Outstanding acting efforts of Adil Hussain, Priyanka Bose, Shubham Jha and Sanjay Suri. Will give you goosebumps in moments. Also its crisp duration of 100 mins keeps you glued for the entire duration.

NEGATIVES

Some instances in movie look similar and cliche to other movies on the same topic of education to the underprivileged. A little more twist in the story would have improved this inspiring movie. Also some of the transitions didnt came out that smooth, ultimately somewhere resulted in breaking the flow of the movie .

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

Who loves simple storytelling and like to watch inspitational movies coming from some realistic background.

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

Who is expecting thrill ,twist and turns in this movie and cannt bear up a little bit of drama.
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1 thought on “Pareeksha Review”

  1. Private education is the expressway and Govt education is village road of 90’s. Pareeksha correctly reflects the huge difference in 2 system. It shows how the education has become opportunity based rather than being a merit based system. In such scenario also a poor father dream to groom his child’s dream. Prakash jha has portrayed struggle of all such father who sacrifice their life to make his son successful. At end success was not only cheered by boy, his family but it cheered the whole society.

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