“Irfan Khan’s” Hindi Medium Movie Review & Rating – Here am talking about the most awaited movie “Hindi Medium”. Hindi Medium is a well-shot film with so a perfect songs and properly placed screenplay with right infusion and humor. On the other half, if we say it lags a bit and probably could be shortened to approx ten minutes. But still, move over these, it raises important questions in our mind.
Hindi Medium Movie Review
In this film, Raj Batra (Irrfan Khan) and Mita Batra (Saba Qamar) are just another set parents who were against the system, that has been surrendered to the labyrinth of a sheeny education system. In this film, Raj Batra who plays as a tailor and feel in love with Mita in his youth now owns a huge fashion store. However, the promotion has happened just in his financial and living cachet. Here, Mita is desperate to get her daughter’s admission in one of Delhi’s best English medium schools.
She gets faint at the very name of a Government school. After spending a lot of money on a counselor and putting the poor child through the roller coaster, they find themselves, however, the child fails to break through any of the schools. At this, the last option remaining is to exploit the RTE (Right To Education) quota for improvement of children.
At this, the question is arises that what Raj and Mita do next, is what many parents must’ve planned in the next past. Here Irrfan Khan literally brought his crisis to the life and we could sense his conflicts, between Chandni Chowk and Posh Delhi, The conflict between a father’s duty and man’s moral.
Firstly the film deals with the 2009 Right To Education Act, which stipulates that 25 percent of all seats in public and private schools be reserved for the poor, who needn’t pay fees. It was a landmark call. I don’t know how much of that law has been implemented
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Two, the film digs into the 2016 Delhi Government ruling that admissions to schools in the national capital be foremost based on your residential address—starting with families whose homes are at 1 km radius from the concerned institution, then 3-6 km, and 6-plus thereafter.
Saba Qamar, fine Pakistani import, plays his wife, and she’s stunningly natural (please shut your eyes, if you have issues with Pak artistes; yeah, I’m talking to you, troll). Saket Chaudhary, the film’s director, had earlier made Pyaar Ke Side Effects, and its sequel, Shaadi Ke Side Effects. Somewhere in line with both his films, this one is also about negotiating love, marriage, and kids, in urban India.
Except given the seriousness of the subject, he takes the more tried-and-tested Rajkumari Hirani formula of a story that’s part humor, part farce, but keeps you engaged, and nudges you to think.
DirectedBy:: Saket Chaudhary
Produced By : T- Series, Dinesh Vijan
Cast : Irrfan Khan, Saba Qamar
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Hindi Medium Movie Rating – 4.0/ 5
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