Andhadhun Movie Review With Star Ratings


In 2016, Priyadarshan made a Malayalam film about a blind man (played by Mohanlal) who becomes an unwitting ‘eyewitness’ to a murder. The hero’s visual disability in Oppam was accompanied by a heightened sense of hearing and smell that made him a potential threat to the killer.

Andhadhun 1st Day Box Office Collection Worldwide
Andhadhun 1st Day Box Office Collection Worldwide

Now what happens if a killer’s self-preservation instinct causes them to not care that the ‘witness’ is sightless? That question was the starting point of an intriguing French 13-minuter titled L’accordeur (The Piano Tuner) from 2010, directed by Oliver Treiner.

Writer-director Sriram Raghavan draws on an atom of just a single element from the French short (which is acknowledged here in the credits), turning it into a full-length Hindi feature that should rank among the most fascinating, fun, funny suspense thrillers ever to emerge from Bollywood. If you are determined to find out what that one element is, you could watch L’accordeur on the internet. You could, but why would you? Because even discovering that secret in the opening half hour of Raghavan’s Andhadhun (The Blind Melody) is a pleasurable experience.

Average Ratings:3.90/5

Score: 90% Positive
Reviews Counted:4

Ratings:4/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:  News18

Andhadhun is a film of many pleasures. And chief among them is the thrill of being constantly surprised. For the better part of the film, you’ll be glued to the screen, reluctant to so much as peek at your phone for fear of missing a crucial moment.It is to Raghavan’s credit that he packages this sinister thriller with such bells and whistles like popular 70s film songs and nods to Anil Dhawan’s own pulp hits. The result is a deliciously twisted film that delivers more fun than any other Hindi movie this year. I’m going with four out of five for Andhadhun. Don’t miss it.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:  Filmcompanion

Andhadhun is inspired by a French short film called The Piano Tuner. Inspiration might also have come from ‘Raabta’ in Sriram’s Agent Vinod – you remember that terrific song in which a blind pianist continues to play as Saif and Kareena spray bullets everywhere. Four writers worked on Andhadhun and the second half does feel like a bit of a khichdi. The narrative becomes more convoluted than inventive. And the humour isn’t as sharp – though Zakir Hussain as a casually corrupt doctor irritated by the demands of his family deserves, I think, at least a short film of his own. I’m going with three and a half stars.

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Ratings:4.5/5 Review By: Sukanya Verma Site:  Rediff

As the cat AND mouse of this constantly shifting game undecided between boy who cried wolf and closet Gandhian, Ayushmann Khurrana delivers the most nimble performance of his career. Andhadhun is completely aware of its intelligence and quick wits mercilessly testing our gullibility while Raghavan leads us to its staggering finish with the finesse of a Mikado champion. It’s stunning, comic, grisly, absurd, intense, cold, crazy and must-watch.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Shubhra Site:  Indian Express

Andhadhun is racy, pacy and appropriately pulpy: alert viewers may twig on to the big reveal, but the thrills and chills are right there where they should be. It also dexterously drops some primal issues in our lap: what is right, what, if anything, is wrong? How important is fate? Does everyone deserve a life? Or is it all about just desserts? It’s been a while since I’ve had so much twisty fun at the movies. Pro-tip: do not step out, do not look away, and stay right till the end.

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