• Meena Iyer
    Meena Iyer
    Times Of India


    If you are drawn to stories that are high on aesthetics with lyrical narratives, Mirzya is a portrait that deserves a long look.

  • The climax is expected, but Mirzya wins in the way it is delivered to the audience. You know the inevitable has to happen, but you want a different, happy end to the story of Mirza-Sahiban.

  • Subhash K Jha
    Subhash K Jha


    Mirzya makes us feel with time-stopping stillness when the only sound we hear is that of two hearts beating, that this is only was to feel love,  with a ferociousness that precludes options.No wonder we FALL in love. How else would a moviemaker like Mehrabe  able to catch the journey down  during the fall?

  • At the end, we would just like to say that ‘Mirzya’ is a must watch for those who are well aware of the history of Mirza-Sahiban. For others, it can appear out to tad bit slow drama. 

  • Vinod D'souza
    Vinod D'souza


    If you want to indulge in some thought provoking concepts about love, war, caste divisions and supremacy, all peppered with a lot of romance and conflicts then this film is surely for you.

  • Technically speaking, the film is an ace in all departments. There are flaws that are very miniscule in nature and can be totally ignored. With not very good movies currently playing, Mirzya is not a bad watch.
    Go for it!!!