LUDO Review – A Complete Package Of Emotions And Tragedies!
Ludo is a kind of movie in which you will find top-notch twists and turns. Unexpectedly brilliant sequences, humour, romance, emotions, drama and sacrifices.
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In the starting, it might feel a little overwhelming due to the complex narrative, but later on, everything makes sense. The entire plot makes you excited throughout the movie. The best part of the movie is the interconnected stories which were brilliantly shown. It not only beautifully mixes five different stories into one but also takes the Indian cinema landscape’s usual storytelling to a whole new level.
Totally loved the way they hyperlinked their lives and tragedies. There are moments where you laugh really hard and there are also some moments where you feel the sacrifices, emotions and sob.
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The cinematography is visually stunning and beyond amazing. Dialogues are written very well. Songs are uniquely addictive and infused situationally. The chemistry and bonding between characters of respective stories are brilliant, especially between Bittu and Minni. I really liked Rohit Sararf’s underrated character. He nailed the role.
DREAMS ARE BIG, BUT THE POCKETS ARE EMPTY
All the actors played their characters flawlessly and the way their stories aligned with each other without one outshining the other is something appreciable.
Abhishek Bachchan and Rajkumar Rao deliver exceptional performances. Pankaj Tripathi is hilarious and once again impresses us with his acting skills.
WHEN LUCK SUCK, EVERYONE F*CK!
I loved the most is the unconditional love shared by Aloo aka Alok to his pinky. He clearly defines the term love, helping and being there for the ones you care, without any expectations in return.
“SOME RELATIONSHIPS DON’T HAVE ANY LOGIC, THEY HAVE MAGIC”
It is definitely something you should not miss at any cost. It is really great to see Bollywood reviving in terms of quality original script and soundtrack after a long time. Kudos to Anurag Basu and team. A rewatchable movie.
Reviewed by FilmyGuy ( @the_filmyguy_ )
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