NOOR MOVIE REVIEW
Directed by : Sunhil Sippy
Prduced by: Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Vikram Malhotra
Written by: Ishita Moitra Udhwani
Main Star Cast: Sonakshi Sinha, Kanan Gill, Shibani Dandekar, Purab Kohli
Noor movie directed by Sunhil sippy and T-Series releases on 21 Apr 17 is a Crime thriller movie and is based on Saba Imtiaz’s s novel 2014 crime novel Karachi,you’re killing me.Actress Sonakshi Sinha playing the role of a Journalist.the story of the movie runs around a women of about 20 years lives in a very dangerous city named Mumbai and she felt need of love for herself. The women(Sonakshi) is a reporter and is struggling for her life in the ups and downs of life.Music has been composed by Amaal Malik.
Noor, Fails to achieve Balance
Sonakshi Sinha plays the Noor, a protagonist in Sunhil Sippy’s version of Saba Kazmi’s Karachi! You Are Killing Me! There is no doubt that the book excelled.
Sonakshi Sinha’s Noor refers to the story of a young journalist who covers small stories and wishes to bring to light “real stories”. Noor wishes to be an issue-based journalism, but is stuck between the whirl of her career, flawed love life and struggles with weight.
Noor in this film is a 28- year-old journalist, staying with a cute cat and understanding father. For half the film it is light-hearted and breezy story. She presents a city style; her ambitions and life are ruling her desires. All credits to Ishita Moitra Udhwani, the dialogue writer, for keeping the tone conversationalist and light.
Sonakshi appears convincing with the grimaces, eye rolls, goofy grins and scowls and even as her character turns serious, Sonakshi displays her ability and leads the grim looks.
Noor keeps complaining about lack of opportunities and a boyfriend, but shows no little effort to get any of those. She is a lazy person who does not even make her own bed.
Noor lacks professionalism is consistent in the film. She does not cross check facts even if it an important story for her career.
While Sonakshi, Kanan Gill, playing as her friend Saad, Purab Kohli , a small important role and other supporting actors do impressive roles, yet the film fails to engage.