Angrezi Medium Review

Angrezi Medium is a Bollywood comedy-drama film, released on 13 March 2020, and directed by Homi Adajania.

Star cast of Angrezi Medium

  • Irrfan Khan … Champak Bansal
  • Kareena Kapoor Khan … Officer Naina Kohli
  • Radhika Madan … Tarika Bansal
  • Deepak Dobriyal … Ghasiteram Bansal / Gopi
  • Dimple Kapadia … Mrs. Sampada Kohli
  • Ranvir Shorey … Bablu
  • Pankaj Tripathi … Tony
  • Kiku Sharda … Gajju
  • Manu Rishi … Bheluram Bansal
  • Zakir Hussain … Judge Chedda
  • Meghna Malik … Principal
  • Manish Gandhi … Advait
  • Vikas Parikh … Naresh Bansal
  • Poorvi Jain … Rashi
  • Vipul Tank … Langnesh
  • Ankit Bisht … Anmol

Angrezi Medium Review

Bollywood Hungama

Rating: 3/5

ANGREZI MEDIUM starts on an average note, depicting the life of Champak and Tarika, and also the feud between Champak and Gopi. The latter part seems bewildering though as their love-hate relationship. A few scenes here stand out like a drunken Tarika accusing Champak of being intoxicated, the madness at the court and at the school ceremony. The father-daughter bond touches viewers.

On the whole, ANGREZI MEDIUM works only because of Irrfan Khan and Deepak Dobriyal’s chemistry and also due to some touching moments. At the box office, HINDI MEDIUM’s goodwill and Irrfan’s comeback will ensure decent footfalls for the movie over the weekend

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Times of India

Rating: 3.5/5

The first half of the screenplay is more engaging than the second, but, while trying to fit in too many subplots, the story goes quite haywire. There are some fantastic moments in the film, and sharply written scenes between the characters, too, which in turn, prove to be the highlights of this drama. However, the story is far too convenient and has inconsistencies that are hard to overlook, but Irrfan’s exceptional performance makes it worth the watch.

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First Post

Rating: 2.75/5

Irrfan is returning to acting after a long break due to a health scare. He seems to have grown as an artist in this time away from the public eye. He is so consumed by his character that the strain of acquiring a new accent never once shows, nor does he, unlike many lesser actors in other films, allow that accent to overpower his sensitive performance. After The Lunchbox, Champak in Angrezi Medium must rank as among his best work. A fine performance for a fun film.

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Indian Express

Rating: 2.5/5

Angrezi Medium could just as well have been called Irrfan Returns. Watching this terrific actor lighting up the screen, of knowing about his medical struggles, and the fact that he did this film while still in treatment, gives it a special bittersweet flavor. Hindi or Angrezi, whatever the medium, Irrfan is truly the message, transmitting directly from the heart. Dil Se.

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