Cast: Sonakshi Sinha, Purab Kohli, Kanan Gill, Shibani Dandekar, Sunny Leone
Director: Sunhil Sippy
Production House: T-Series/Abundantia Entertainment
Noor presents Sonakshi Sinha as the witty, issues-hunting journalist of today with severe weight issues (and a non-existent love life) in one of the most engaging stories that have witnessed recently.
One fine day, Noor, the journalist who has a failing career, stumbles upon one such case which she believes would be the turning point of her career. The first half of the narrative might come across as a bit slow-paced one, but that won’t bother you all that much as the makers have made sure that you will not lose interest at any point during the feature presentation. One of the best parts about the film is the transition of Sinha from a seedi savitri to a tedhi savitri
Although she has clearly made her presence felt and known in her previous blockbusters, it was a very different kind of pleasant experience altogether to see her take the center stage in this one. She has been put into the REAL world of a (struggling) journalist who is someone you can instantly relate to. Her antics also somewhat has a tinge of reality to it.
However, the only flaws of the movie which were noticeable to us were the fact that the narrative, which was primarily supposed to be built around a serious issue fails to give the social evil of the movie its due importance. And, if the supporting cast would have been given a little bit more prominence, the narrative would have shot to greatness.
Our Rating: 3.5 Stars (A must watch!)