Judgementall Hai Kya (Are You Judgemental?) has been made in a way a five-year-old kid would play with water colours when his parents are not looking and what has indeed resulted in a fancy, colourful, and intriguing painting but is bereft of structure, logic, and element of pity that are so central to it being received well and liked by an audience. TN.
'Judgemental Hai Kya' is the most entertaining thriller I have seen in years. It sparks a fire in the layered genre it belongs to, and at the same time, it has nondearth of emotional psychology. Kangana Ranaut just lives Bobby with a smart obviousness, while Rajkumar Rao is very funny despite being sensible as Keshav, with element humor. Writer Kanika Dhillon proves that she is a woman with a hardcore metal, designing a captivating first half that pretty much stays with you despite an unfunny and largely unrealistic first half. But this is two and a half hours of joyous drive, and Prakash Kovelamudi has designed it with sincerity. It's the most layered, funny thriller I have seen in years, and it is a full-bodied original. I am going as far as to say that after 'Gully Boy' and 'Article 15' it is the best Hindi film of the year.
This psychological thriller has ONE murder, TWO suspects, ONE potential victim, TWO backstories and a lot of ambiguity which sparks thrills and add fuel to this unconventional whodunnit mystery. The writing and the treatment of the film is fresh and astute, Kangana does an impressive job as a patient of acute psychotic disorder, the film flows smoothly throughout having a potential to go beyond the ordinary but then the makers chose to take the easy road back home.