Malang Movie Review & Box Office Collection {Day Wise}

This is the review and box collection report of the Malang movie, which released on 7 February 2020. The film Malang is directed by Mohit Suri, with the lead role star cast Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani, Anil Kapoor, and Kunal Khemu.

Malang Box Office Collection

The total worldwide box office collection of the Malang movie till now is ₹22 crores.

Star cast of the Malang movie

  • Aditya Roy Kapur … Advait Thakur
  • Disha Patani … Sara Nambiar
  • Anil Kapoor … Inspector Anjaney Agashe
  • Kunal Khemu … Michael Rodriguez
  • Elli AvrRam … Jessie
  • Keith Sequeira … Nitin Salgaonkar


  • Mohit Suri


  • Bhushan Kumar
  • Krishan Kumar
  • Luv Ranjan
  • Ankur Garg
  • Jay Shewakramani

Malang Movie Reviews by Top Critics

Bollywood Hungama

Rating: 3.5/5

Aseem Arrora’s story is decent. But it is a bhel puri of various films like EK VILLAIN [2014], MURDER 2 [2011], MARJAAVAAN [2019], RACE [2008] etc. Aniruddha Guha’s screenplay ensures most scenes don’t give a strong déjà vu of any film. There’s a lot happening in the film and the script is written in such a way that it does not bore the audience. Aseem Arrora’s dialogues are subtle but sharp and don’t go over the top in most places.

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Times of India

Rating: 3.5/5

Director Mohit Suri maintains a steady grip on the narrative for most parts. In this film, none of his characters are unidimensional, which makes them interesting. The film begins well with a power-packed action scene, and dives straight into the drama. What it does lack is a tighter edit and dialogues that could elevate the narrative. Though there are two interesting twists in the plot, they aren’t as big a surprise as they should have been, which take away from its thrill quotient. The music proves to be one of its strong points, especially the title track, which stays with you even after you leave the theatre.

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Rating: 2/5

A whole lot of time is wasted setting up the story; far less is assigned to unravelling the mystery or providing adequate backstory to all the characters. It feels like misdirection to bring you into the world of Malang through Advait and Sara’s superficial, chemically assisted love story but place greater emphasis on the twisted minds of the cops in charge.

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Rating: 2.5/5

The plotting is airtight, even though there’s little at the core. A lot and not much happens over 134 minutes, and the songs, which are skillfully woven into the narrative, articulate the madness that is often missing from the Advait-Sara romance.

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India TV

Rating: 3/5

Mohit Suri maintains a grip on the narrative, enabling it to not lose charm despite a wafer-thin premise. His characters are layered, adding to the thrill quotient. There are two interesting plot twists and Suri handles them well. In terms of Mohit’s storytelling, ‘Malang’ is second to ‘Aashiqui 2’.

‘Malang’ is a one-time affair. Watch it for taking a mini-vacay to Goa (without taking the pain to travel), Kunal Khemu’s stellar act, Aditya Roy Kapoor’s brilliance, and for its potion-to-the-ears music. Skip it if you are an Anil Kapoor fan.

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