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Critic Ratings

Pankh review by ibnlive.com
Pankh critic rating (ibnlive.com): 1.5
Pankh review by Times of India
Pankh critic rating (Times of India): 2
Pankh review by Mumbai Mirror
Pankh critic rating (Mumbai Mirror): 2.5
Pankh review by Mid-Day
Pankh critic rating (Mid-Day): 1.5
Pankh review by Glamsham
Pankh critic rating (Glamsham): 1
 
 
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Pankh  (2010 - Hindi)

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Pankh cumulative rating: 2.1 out of 52.1/5 (41 users)

Pankh critics rating: 1.65 out of 5 1.65/5 (7 critics)

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Pankh synopsis (story)

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  • Paromeeta Mathur Banerjee
    Paromeeta Mathur Banerjeewrote on Sep 9 2009 7:16PM

    Pankh is a complex story about the psychological impact that stardom wreaks on a young mind.

    An aggressive mother (Lilette Dubey) , thrusts her boy (Maradona) into the film industry at an early age and forces him to act the part of a little girl in films that of Baby Kusum.He and his mother Mary (Lilette) share a turbulent stormy relationship.

    Once the boy reaches adolescence, he's turns to drugs and spends all his time at home. As a youth, Jerry meets his dream woman, Nandini (Bipasha), causing another inner turmoil. Bipasha is the fantasy woman who Maradona conjures up in his head-a phantom who taunts him and fights with him, an alter ego who questions his every move. Jerry is made to face the camera again as a young man, which leads to the final catastrophe. The film highlights the common practice in the Indian film industry of casting children in a role contrary to their natural genders.

     
 

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