Sarbjit - Preview

wogma rating: The keen should rent; else TV (?)
quick review:

The despair, the hope, the frustration – you see it all, though you might not necessarily feel it.



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Her character cried for her daughter, this one will wail for her brother – Being sad seems to translate to good acting in Aishwarya Rai's books. The despair in the eyes that means the character grieves beyond repair has gotten too repetitive all too quickly.

Hopefully, the film will have a lot more happening other than the above to tug our hearts and keep the pull on. Randeep Hooda' performance for instance is something to look forward to even if it looks a little over the top in being hysterical. I assume for now the story requires the eccentricity.

Sarbjit's trailer make you enter the cinema hall with unsure steps, a heart hoping to be moved, while the brain trying its best to keep away from disappointment.

Music Reviews:
Bollyspice – "3.5/5"
Bollywood Hungama - "3/5"
Milliblog - "Despite the streak of sadness all through the soundtrack, there’s some good music in here!"