Batla House Movie Review & Ratings: Batla House finally hit the theatres on the occasion of Independence Day that is on August 15 with positive reviews. Many people are coming out to watch this movie and the number of audiences is pretty good. Critics are also praising the performances, action sequences and the screenplay of the movie.
Well, if you are planning to watch the movie in coming days or are a little bit confused whether to watch it or not, then you are at the right place as our review regarding the movie might help you out to make the further plans. So, let’s get started….
Batla House Movie Reviews
Batla House is an action thriller film, which is being directed by Nikkhil Advani and written by Ritesh Shah. The movie is inspired by a real-life incident that is the Batla House encounter case that took place in the year 2008.
The movie is combined produced by Bhushan Kumar, Divya Khosla Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani, John Abraham and Sandeep Leyzell. The music is given by Rochak Kohli, Tanishk Bagchi, and Ankit Tiwari. The cinematography is done by Saumik Mukherjee and edited by Maahir Zaveri.
T-Series, Emmay Entertainment, John Abraham Entertainment, and Bake My Cake Films are the production company of the movie. Batla House is distributed by Panorama Studios and Anand Pandit motion pictures.
The film was theatrically released on 15 August 2019 in India and overall getting positive reviews from critics as well as the audience.
Batla House Cast
The film stars John Abraham in the lead role, where he is playing the role of a police officer named Sanjay Kumar, inspired by Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, the officer who actually played a crucial role in the real-life encounter. Other casts along with their character comprise of:
- Mrunal Thakur is playing the role of Nandita Yadav (Sanjay’s wife)
- Ravi Kishan is playing the role of Inspector KK Verma
- Nora Fatehi is playing the role of Huma, love affair of Dilshad Ahmed
- Sonam Arora is playing the role of Shweta, KK’s wife
- Manish Chaudhari is playing the role of Police Commissioner Jaivir
- Sahidur Rahman is playing the role of Dilshad Ahmed
- Rajesh Sharma is playing the role of Defense Lawyer
- Kranti Prakash Jha is playing the role of Adil Ameen
- Alok Pandey is playing the role of Tufail
- Faizan Khan is playing the role of Javed
- Niranjan Jadhao is playing the role of Sadiq
- Chirag Katrecha is playing the role of Zia
- Yatharth Kansal is playing the role of an Arif
- Utkarsh Rai is playing the role of Judge
Batla House Box Office Collection
In the first day of its release, Batla House earned ₹14.59 crore net in India. The film is expected to enter 100 cr club in its first two weekends.
- The performances of each actor in this movie is commendable
- The action sequences are done perfectly
- The screenplay is also praiseworthy
- The Cinematography work is Average in the Movie.
- The Editing work of the movie is weak.
- Music Production work of the Movie is Weak.
What Audience Say About The Movie
— Debabrata Biswas (@iamdebabrata15) August 15, 2019
Review :- Hard Hitting – Powerful – Intriguing Thriller ! @TheJohnAbraham has delivered an outstanding performance – @mrunal0801 proves her mettle once again ! Courtroom Scenes are brilliantly executed ! Background Score is intense !!
— Movie Reviews Blog (@MovieReviewsBlg) August 15, 2019
#BatlaHouse is a fantastic film. Just the kind of dramatic thriller you want to see where you are constantly hooked to know what is truth and what is a lie. @TheJohnAbraham is fantastic and delivers his best performance till date. He is flawless. See it to believe it – 1
— #TutejaTalks (@Tutejajoginder) August 15, 2019
Watch Or Not?
Batla House is the recent release of John Abraham’s receiving the tough fight at the Box Office as Akshay Kumar’s Mission Mangal also released on the same date. all the Viewers and Audience are loving the Movie because its screen Play and directional work are awesome. Writing is sloppy in parts and some bits don’t come together well but its the important Film in the divisive time we Live in. in the end, the Movie is worth Watch film because of the Film grabs you the by the scruff of the neck to see the grim reality of communal disharmony and the riots it births. With the Gripping Action sequences and fight-offs, John Abraham’s’s Muscle Power speaks its own Language.
Overall, it is a great story and it is more amazing for the reason that it is inspired by a real-life story. The movie is very thrilling as it showcases the encounter as well as its aftermath. The struggle of Sanjay Kumar in order to prove the encounter wasn’t a fake one while dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder at the same time, was also commendably shown in the movie. The action, performance, and screenplay everything is up to the mark and therefore one should really go and watch the movie. We are sure that it will not disappoint you.
Batla House Movie Reviews & Ratings
Batla House is a great story and it is more amazing for the reason that it is inspired by a real-life story. The movie is very thrilling as it showcases the encounter as well as its aftermath. The struggle of Sanjay Kumar in order to prove the encounter wasn’t a fake one while dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder at the same time, was also commendably shown in the movie. The action, performance, and screenplay everything is up to the mark and therefore one should really go and watch the movie. We are sure that it will not disappoint you.