Mukkabaaz Review & Rating|
The movie revolves around a low caste boxer in Uttar Pradesh named Shravan. His passion for boxing is bound by the caste discrimination, love, corruption, and politics. While he works hard to get a fame in boxing, Bhagwan Das Mishra stands in his way as an obstacle who is trying to ruin Shravan’s life out of personal tussle and hatred. Zoya who is Shravan is left in a war between his heart and mind
The lead actor Vineet Kumar Singh has portrayed his character so well that he deserves every appreciation possible. Vineet has weaved himself in the character of Shravan explicitly well that it speaks directly from the heart to the audience.
Zoya Hussain beautifully plays the character of Sunaina who is deaf-mute by birth. Her expressions are mind-blowing that you to feel connected to her character throughout the movie.
Jimmy Shergill plays the bad guy of the movie and his mean acting as Bhagwan Das Mishra that it will surely make you hate his character. He delivers a knockout performance in this negative role.
Ravi Kishan might have a smaller screen time but his character as Sanjay Kumar leaves the maximum impact. Ravi expresses his tangled emotions as a coach who has been a victim of racism in a very simple yet powerful way.
Anurag Kashyap has very brilliantly covered politics in sports, casteism, domestic violence, rage, and revenge. The good thing is that the besides having so many parameters in the movie, Mukkabaaz doesn’t result in chaotic mix up of movie plots. The background score by Prashant Pillai will make you glued to the screen. Every song in the movie is a perfect fit to the situation represented and Rachita Arora is the brilliant mind behind this.
Final Verdict: If you are true cinema lover who expects no clichéd drama then Mukkabaaz is a must watch for you. The film speaks about boxing, love, caste discrimination, rage, and revenge in the most courageous way and it is Anurag Kashyap's one if the finest film.
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After Bombay Velvet, Anurag Kashyap comes strong with Mukkabaaz, the movie is one of his best movies till now. Few dialogues in the movie are very intense and to the point that will make you applaud. Mukkabaaz speaks reality of politics in sports, casteism, love, hatred, revenge all in a very appropriate manner. The actors have done brilliant acting that the movie will make you stay connected to the plot. Especially, Vineet Kumar Singh and Jimmy Shergill, their acting gives deep meaning to their character and Zoya has elegantly played the mute girl. The background score is very apt according to the scenes. Anurag Kashyap has proved again he is one of the best directors in the industry. Mukkabaaz is worth watching.
One of Anurag Kashyap's best films. Vineet Kumar Singh gives a breakout performance and Zoya Hussain reveals a lot from her eyes even though she is mute. Superb acting from the stars!
Anurag Kashyap gives Bollywood yet another bang on movie Mukkaabaz. The film might be a low budget movie but is surely enjoying commercial success at box office. The movie is getting positive responses, read what critics tweeted about the film.
#Mukkabaaz is FANTASTIC! @anuragkashyap72 at its best! @ItsVineetSingh tum star ho dost! @zyhssn what a performence! @jimmysheirgill superb dost! @ravikishann gazab!! Congratulations Hai @aanandlrai @FuhSePhantom @ErosNow what a treat!!! Do not miss this kamaal Ki philam😊🙏🏼— Manav kaul (@Manavkaul19) January 11, 2018
In the landscape of gritty socio political lovestory @ItsVineetSingh makes his presence which is not easily forgotten. To grasp full significance of life is actor's duty,to interpret it is his problem &to express it is his dedication~Marlon Watch #Mukkabaaz 😊All the best team. pic.twitter.com/NXW8vmBSQ3— Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari (@Ashwinyiyer) January 12, 2018
All the very best champ @ItsVineetSingh and dear @anuragkashyap72 & @aanandlrai sir for #Mukkabaaz. Saw it in Toronto last year and it’s still so fresh in my mind. This Mukkabaaz has given a knockout performance. Releasing on 12th Jan. Don’t miss it guys.— Rajkummar Rao (@RajkummarRao) January 11, 2018
Mukkabaaz is gaining popularity and critics came forward to appreciate the work of Anurag Kashyap.
Filmfare Review: #Mukkabaaz— Raghuvendra Singh (@raghuvendras) January 12, 2018
Rating: 4 stars
"Mukkabaaz isn’t just a well-executed film. Its major strength comes from its super performances." Says @radiochatter
https://t.co/1hSk6PpYva @aanandlrai @cypplOfficial @ErosNow @ItsVineetSingh @anuragkashyap72
What is Mukkabaaz about?
Mukkabaaz is a boxing film directed by Anurag Kashyap which stars Vineet Kumar Singh, Zoya Hussain, Jimmy Shergill and Ravi Kishan in the lead roles. It tells the story of a lower caste boxer named Shravan (Vineet) who trains at a gym owned by the local don Bhagwaan Singh (Shergill). Shravan falls in love with the dons sister Sunaina (Zoya). Shravan struggles to get married to Sunaina while also trying to become a successful boxer while facing retaliation from Bhagwaan Singh.
What to expect from Mukkabaaz ?
A Raw Story
The film is based in the Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh and Anurag Kashyap has done a lot of research to get the tone and the look of the location right. The actors were also trained to get the accent of the place right.
Based on a True Events
Director Anurag Kashyap was inspired by the story of real life boxer Narsingh Pancham Yadav who was accused of doping.
Vineet Kumar Singh trained in boxing for a year under the coaching of Anudeep Singh. Zoya Hussain, who plays the role of a mute girl, spent several months learning non-verbal language and the mannerisms of the character.
The film provides social commentary and deals with the issues of caste and cattle slaughter. The female lead of the film is a mute girl, which symbolizes the lack of voice of women in the rural society.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Fun Cameo
Just like he had appeared in the song Emotional Attyachaar for Anurag Kashyap’s Dev D, Nawazuddin Siddiqui makes a similar appearance in the song Mushkil Hai Apna Mel for this film, which has gotten the fans of both the director and the actor excited.