Raees Review by Taran Adarsh, IMDB Rating, KRK, Rajeev Masand, Komal Nahta, Anupama Chopra, Top Websites
SRK Raees Review by Taran Adarsh, IMDB Rating, KRK, Rajeev Masand, Komal Nahta, Anupama Chopra: The most awaited Shahrukh Khan movie is finally making its way on a screen on 25th January 2017. The Bollywood’s King Khan is seen in a new avatar, where he is least seen playing king of romance and is channeling more of a stubble look. The movie which will hit the theaters on Thursday has already gained loads of positive reviews and word of mouth from its audiences after its premiere shows were screen today. The film is said to be based on the criminal Abdul Latif’s Life but the makers have denied the allegations and have said the movie is pure work of fiction.
In Raees, Shah Rukh Khan is seen essaying a role of a man Named Raees which is set in early 1980’s to 1990’s in Gujarat, India. The movie portrays how the main protagonist discovers the relationships and his astounding rise help him build his own name, fame and his entire empire. SRK character is somewhat a person who is a badass guy with his enemies and is also a gold-hearted by his soul. Always, thinking far ahead of the time and using his revolutionary ideas over the circumstances that may come the way. The protagonist eliminates most of the resistance coming his way but has to face the no-nonsense accepting Police Officer who is trying his best to eradicate the crimes around. This is the major climax scene where the Character has to overcome the downfall. Further, the movie shows more depth about the feuds between them and some more action packed fictional crime drama.
The movie has lots of things going on. It definitely stands through the people’s expectation and the song has even flattered the movies review around the world with a good reputation. The movie by far has a good chance of securing approx. of 50 Crores in Indian theatres itself but only time can say as Amir Khan Starrer Dangal is still having a good grip with the audiences. Raees has the fair Chances of standing opposite the super hit movie because at the end of the day it has the Bollywood’s King Khan.
“Raees IMDb Rating goes with 8.3 star Rating out of 10 star”
It’s an Indian action crime thriller film directed by Rahul Dholakia. Written by Rahul Dholakia, Harit Mehta, Ashish Vashi and Niraj Shukla. Produced by Gauri Khan, Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar under their banner Red Chillies Entertainment. The female lead Mahira Khan playing opposite the Actor further the cast also include Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Lilly Singh, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayub, Aarya Babbar, Vivek Vaswani, Zeenat Aman, Zakir Hussain. The background Score, composed by Ram Sampath.
Raees Review by Taran Adarsh: An SURE-SHOT HIT… Shahrukh Khan and Nawazuddin are the lifelines. A must and must watch film of 2017! SRK is sensational. There’s no stopping this one. An outright winner. Just don’t miss it!
Financial Express: Tightly-choreographed action sequences and a brilliantly written script. Shahrukh managed to pull at your heart-strings. [4.5-star rating]
Bollywood Life: First half looks like a typical ’70s style like gangster drama while second half stands out on expectation, Goes with 3.5-star rating
Anupama Chopra: SRK Given career best performance after Chak De! Villanious act of Nawaz, Terrific direction by Rahul Dholakia, bond breaking action While Mahira stays at her best!
KRK: Still to analyse
Komal Nahta: Amazing story line and gripping action sequence, great performance and is able to win the hearts of audiences
Raees Review by Top Websites
Firstspot: 8/10 grade
Deccan Chronicle: 2/5 stars
Bollywoodlife: 3.5/5 mark
Times of India: 3.5/5 score
Koimoi: 3.5/5 mark
Raees Review & Rating
First half looks like a typical ’70s style like gangster drama while second half stands out on expectation. An SURE-SHOT HIT, Shahrukh Khan and Nawazuddin are the lifelines. A must and must watch film of 2017. SRK Given career best performance after Chak De! Villanious act of Nawaz, Terrific direction by Rahul Dholakia, bond breaking action While Mahira stays at her best!