• The film ultimately works only for its actors but most do not get to flex their talent in a script that is trying to tell too many things at the same time.

  • Naam Shabana is well intended but is unable to take flight due to poor writing.

  • Even if we ignored the factual inaccuracies- and those are plenty- the film doesn’t really give us anything new. It’s not a film based on history, it’s not a full-fledged love story, neither a political drama- it remains a half-baked story – a story that we are all very familiar with.

  • the film falters primarily because of a very wobbly narrative which keeps introducing too many characters, too many sub plots till the end. The film’s climax has zero build up and you almost know how it is all going to end.

  • Watch it only if you have no other movie to watch this weekend. I’d rather suggest you to stay at home, actually.

  • In spite of its relevance in today’s time, the film’s pace and lack of emotional connect makes Mira Nair’s latest film a tad disappointing.

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