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Mirch  (2010 - Hindi)

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Mirch cumulative rating: 2.7 out of 52.7/5 (32 users)

Mirch critics rating: 2.4 out of 5 2.4/5 (10 critics)

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  • Good presentation!

    Mirch rating: 5 out of 10(Niti Parekh wrote on 22 Dec 2010)

    The movie is basically holds on each and every performance despite the raw nicely sculptured story. If the performances were down, the entire appealing script would go waste and the film would not be appreciable as it is now.

    Unhappily as the film enormously relies on Arunoday Singh, since he is frequent to all stories and also the narrator, he dissatisfies with his stiff act. His was awful in his arousing outbreak in the role of a painter. However overall, this strapping Arunoday was striking in a wide range and has worked hard to get into the skin of his character and gives but gives natural and likable act, but miserably remains wooden in his major part. Raima Sen theaters her element fine and radiates unrefined sex-appeal. She was intelligent, sumptuous and expresses so much through her easy-to-read eyes. The forever reliable Konkona Sen Sharma was unblemished and outstanding in her characters, princess as well as housewife. Ila Arun as the princess maid was noteworthy in her Rajasthani language and had spotless humorist timing. She was supreme overall. Boman Irani plays an exemplary Sindhi character and nevertheless doesn't get overboard with his dialogues or gestures. Sushant Singh has to plainly giggle for a major part of his role, as the producer responding to the funny script narration. Talented Shahana was worn out though, but yet again she proves her acting competence as she self-assuredly takes on Ruchi’s role. She was just absolutely wonderful overall. All other actors from Shreyas Talpade, Rajpal Yadav, Prem Chopra, Tisca Chopra were fine in their individual characters.

    Watch it for its content, and more to that watch it for every delivered performance given by non-famous personalities.

    2.5 / 5

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