Gulabo Sitabo Movie Review and Rating
Gulabo Sitabo Release Date
June 12, 2020 to Amazon Prime
Gulabo Sitabo Cast
Amitabh Bachchan As Mirza Sheikh
Ayushmann Khurrana As Baankey Sirohi
Vijay Raaz As Goverment Officer, Gyanesh Shukla
Brijendra Kala As Lawyer, Christopher Clark
Gulabo Sitabo Director
Ratings: 3.5/5 Site: Twitter
ShoojitSircar gets it right yet again… Effective writing – garnished with wicked humour – is its USP… Unforeseeable finale a big plus… #BigB, #Ayushmann in super form… Worth watching! #GulaboSitaboReviewr
Ratings: 2.5/5 Site: News18
The film also comes with the subtle but admirable message of communal harmony, and the not-so-subtle but equally important evidence of just how the poor are frequently exploited. Gulabo Sitabo is most enjoyable when Bachchan eats up the scenery lobbing insults as Mirza. He is the best thing in a sadly disappointing film. I’m going with two-and-a-half out of five.
Ratings: 2/5 Site: Indian Express
I missed the zest, the drollness and sharpness, that Chaturvedi’s writing is so full of. The names of the characters in the movie (the property agent is called ‘Munmun ji’, haha), the description of characters (one is called ‘tatpoonjiya’), the movie’s name itself, based on two popular folksy puppets, is more fun than the movie itself: both the tale and the telling are middling.
Ratings: 3.5/5 Site: Times Of India
Shoojit Sircar’s ‘Gulabo Sitabo’ cherry-picks one of the seven deadly sins, greed, as its central theme and tells an appealing tale through two quarrelsome but headstrong characters. The message is short and simple: that it’s okay to desire a lot in life but extreme greed often doesn’t land you in the right place — whether it’s a person’s heart, house or mahal.