Serious Men Review

It is based on Manu Joseph’s novel ”Serious Men“. Sudhir Mishra’s adaptation of Serious Men is spectacular and superfine. The screenplay is well written and the story is well adapted for a film.

Cinematography and background music adds emphasis to the meaning of the scene. Casting will make you believe in characters.

It has satire, fun along with commentary on contemporary society for caste divide, aspirations, exploitation, and much more which makes it a must-watch.

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DIRECTION
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STORY
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SCREENPLAY
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ACTING
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CINEMATOGRAPHY
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SATTIRE
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PACE
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EDITING
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ART DIRECTION
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DIALOGUES
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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
60%
CLIMAX INDEX
54%
ENTERTAINMENT INDEX
48%
FEEL GOOD INDEX
57%
  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui
  • Indira Tiwari
  • Nasser
  • Aakshath Das
  • Sanjay Narvekar
  • Shweta Basu Prasad
  • Durgesh Kumar
  • Sudhir Mishra

1 Hour 54 Minutes

POSITIVES

Screenplay, acting, cinematography, music, Story

NEGATIVES

The character build-up is missing for the supporting cast. Director has not tried much for character buildup. Some of the characters have some past which the audience has to assume and may not be able to connect it with the story-line. if some scene were avoided, it would have been a family entertainer

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

One who is looking for a fresh story.

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

If you have already read the book and assumed your own screenplay in your mind.
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