Azhar 2016 Film Critics Review Star Rating with Positives & Negatives Full Details

Azhar 2016 Film Critics Review Star Rating with Positives & Negatives Full Details :- Bollywood biographical film made on the real life of former India Cricket Team Captain ‘ Mohammad Azharuddin’ titled ‘Azhar’ was released in theatres all across the world with too much of hype surrounding around this movie as the promotions are being done on a massive scale. All the three lead actors of Azhar which includes Emraan Hashmi, Prachi Desai and Nargis Fakhri have campaigned for this film on various events, functions, shows like Kumkum Bhagya, Comedy Nights Live also on Extra Innings T20 IPL 9.


As today is Friday the 13 which is assumed as quite unlucky by many people it will be interesting to see that whether Azhar will face the curse or overcome it by emerging a superhit blockbuster at box office India.

Azhar Movie Watch or Not

Below are some of the positive and negative points of Azhar which will help you in determining whether to watch this movie or not in cinemas :

Positive points of Azhar

  • Screenplay of Azhar is just awesome
  • Songs are spectacular especially the two romantic ones
  • Direction by Tony D’Souza done a mind blowing job for which he deserves full marks

Negative Points of the Azhar –

  • Match fixing part was not shown in a good way
  • Some facts were kept hidden which are absolutely different than reality
  • No kissing or spicy masala scenes

Azhar Star Rating 4/5* verdict for Azhar : After watching and closely analyzing Azhar we can only say that if you want to see this movie than watch it only because of Emraan, Prachi and Lara Dutta as Nargis Fakhri has done a very poor job here but still we can say that its a complete family entertainer and from our side we give a thumbs up to this movie.

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