Hindi Medium Movie Review, Rating, Public Talk & Box Office Collection

Hindi Medium is a comedy-drama written by Zeenat Lakhani and Saket Chaudhary. Hindi Medium is directed by Saket Chaudhary and the lead cast is Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar.

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Cast & Crew

Director: Saket Chaudhary

Cast: Irrfan Khan, Saba Qamar, Deepak Dobriyal

Duration: 2h 12m

Story: This story is of Raj Batra (Irfan) and Meeta (Saba Qamar.) Both are married and own a clothes shop in Delhi. Raj is rich but his only problem is he can’t speak English. Because of this, Meeta has been troubled repeatedly and wants her daughter Piya to be in an English medium school. First of all, this couple shifts from Chandni Chowk to High Society Vasant Vihar and starts looking for admissions for their daughter, but during the parent’s interview process, couple fails. After all, they have the option of getting the admission through a poor quota. For which this family becomes poor, where they meet Shyam (Deepak Dobriyal) and his family. The twist comes in the story here and what happens to the end of the story can only be known after watching Hindi Medium.

Movie review: Irrfan Khan once again proved why he is called a complete actor. Irfan performed very well the character of a father and husband. Saba Qamar did not let it appear at all that this is her first Hindi movie. Deepak Dobriyal has done a fairly intense and excellent performance and has presented different acting styles. The work of all the other artists is good.

The film’s direction is very good and shooting is almost done at real locations. Cinematography and drone camera shots are also excellent. Saket Chaudhary’s career is also going to be the best with this movie. The story of the film is quite simple but with the comedy elements his work has been shown very well. There are many moments in the movie you will remember till the end like, Deepak Dobriyal’s mosquito and landlord scenes, Saba’s waste water filling scene, Piya’s Jerry Sena, Irfan’s last and periodically comic-serious scenes. In a way this comedy drama is particularly designed to curb the debate for Hindi-English.

The music and background score of the film is good and runs along with the story. The SachinJigar duo has given good music and Amar Mohile has composed a great background score.

What’s Good:

  • Director puts his message across in the movie
  • Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar put up a terrific show
  • Dialogues delivered by Irrfan
  • Saba Qamar surprises with a very effective performance

What’s Bad:

  • the screenplay is very convenient and has a lot of loopholes
  • the climax was a bit stretched

Watch the trailer right here:

Final verdict: This film can be seen with the whole family.