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Mom Movie Review: Mom is a powerful film that reflects the horrors of the society we live in today and how the world is still unsafe for women. The film shocks and affects you deep inside. Look at that.
Mom Movie Review
Mom review 3.5/5 and rating. Watch Mom’s official trailer video, listen to songs, movie news updates, movie reviews and soon check public movie reviews.
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Mom Review and Review Rating The role of a mother is always important in real life and it is reflected in movies as well. Many films have been made that depict the strong character of mothers, the all-time classic being Mother India. This week’s release titled MOM starring Sridevi also represents the power of a mother. Let’s analyze if Mom can prove herself as the ‘mother’ of all Bollywood movies or will be left in the dust.
It is often said that ‘God cannot be everywhere so He created mother’. Mom is a heart-wrenching story that reflects the power of a mother
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Of the proverb mentioned above. The film begins with a school teacher Devaki (Sridevi) punishing a student of her school named Mohit for sending lewd messages to her daughter Arya (Sajal Ali) who studies in the same class. Despite Sridevi’s love and affection for Arya, Arya cannot understand that she is her stepmother. There is constant tension between them. One night, when Arya goes to a remote cottage with her friends for a Valentine’s Day party, Mohit and his accomplices seize the opportunity to accompany her and brutally rape her and throw her into a sewer. What follows is a series of court sessions, which finally declare the ‘powerful’ Mohit and his partners innocent and they walk away scot-free. Seeing justice slipping away from her hands, Devaki approaches a small-time detective Dayashankar Kapoor aka DK (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) to help her. As Devaki begins to ‘punish’ criminals, she comes under the radar of razor sharp police officer Matthew Francis (Akshay Khanna). What makes Arya hate Devki so much, does Devki succeed in her plan to expose the culprits or is she caught by Inspector Matthew Francis while doing so, what happens to the culprits and Arya finally gets justice. Makes up the rest of the story.
Thanks to Sridevi’s screen persona, the film’s trailer set the course for the film. Narrated by debutant director Ravi Udayawar, the film is a tough story. What makes Mom stand out from other films in the same genre is the treatment and presentation. As the film touches on a very topical subject, it will surely get a good response from the audience.
Even though the film’s screenplay (Girish Kohli) is highly engaging, it could have been tighter and more compelling, especially in the latter half. Despite the moments of sheer brilliance in the film, the writer fails to sustain them till the end. The story of the film (Ravi Udayawar, Girish Kohli, Kona Venkat) is based on today’s reality and is convincingly written.
After carving a niche for himself as an artist, painter, graphic designer and ad filmmaker, Ravi Udayawar made his surprise debut as a director with Mom. The emotional connection that Ravi brought to the film truly won everyone’s hearts. The first half of the film is very well shot with excellent set ups and well detailed and fleshed out characters. The first half also reflects the reason for the tension between Sridevi and her daughter. The film however begins to sink and drag in the second half, especially during the pre-climax. By the time the film reaches its climax, the fizz that has built up so far begins to wane. If the length of the film was shorter, it would have been more effective. Among all the high points of the film, don’t miss the climax of the film and the scene in the film when Sridevi breaks down when she sees her daughter in the hospital. This scene will definitely give you goose bumps.
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Film icon of her career. Sridevi is the mother’s lifeline, as the film rests on her strong shoulders. The magic, aura and magnetic charisma, for which Sridevi has always been known, is on full display in Mom. The manner in which Sridevi manipulates and takes out one accused after another with the help of Nawazuddin Siddiqui is shown interestingly. With Mom, Sridevi once again proved that she is still one of the best leading actresses in Bollywood. On the other hand, there is Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who can rightly be called a ‘performance chameleon’. The ease with which he gets into his character in Mom is truly amazing. Mom sees his career graph soaring with his exceptional performance. His look and performance in the film is beyond words. Seeing him and Sridevi together on the big screen is nothing short of sheer joy. Then, there is the humble Akshay Khanna, who is in top form in Mom. It’s great to see him in a strong role after a long time. Apart from them, Adnan Siddiqui and Sajal Ali have some really good performances. MOM, as a whole, comes across as a blazing powerhouse of some great performances, including the cast playing the four criminals.
The film’s music (AR Rahman) is decent, though the ending song was unnecessary. On the other hand, the background score of the film (AR Rahman, Qutub E Kripa) is very good and creates good tension in the narrative. It’s the background score that elevates the films narrative a notch.
The film has exceptional cinematography (Anay Goswami), while the film’s editing (Monisha R. Baldava) is quite decent. The film can be trimmed for a stronger effect. The action scenes in the film have also been executed very well.
Overall, Mom is a powerful film that reflects the horrors of the society we live in today and how the world is still unsafe for women. The film shocks and affects you deep inside. Watch it for this hard hitting content and Sridevi’s brilliant performance.
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Pakistani actress Sajal Ali on friendly equation with Janhvi Kapoor, recalls mother co-star Sridevi helping her make her Bollywood debut: ‘She had a lot of sympathy and kindness towards me’
China Box Office: Late Sridevi starrer Mom collected Rs. 100 crore in China; A total collection of Rs. 109.35 crores
China Box Office: Sridevi starrer Mom collects USD 0.79 million on Day 11 in China; A total collection of Rs. 90.32 crores
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China Box Office: Sridevi starrer Mom earned USD 2.06 million. On the third day in China; A total collection of Rs. 41.81 crores
China Box Office: Sridevi starrer Mom earned USD 2.18 million. On Day 2 in China; A total collection of Rs. 26.99 cis is a very straight forward movie that holds your attention till halfway through. With the alpha male atmosphere of Delhi’s cruising party class, it’s a good first hour. A teenage girl named Arya attends a Valentine’s Day party at a farmhouse in Delhi. In a corner a group of regulars are busy hanging out, until one of them recognizes her as the daughter of a teacher who has some disciplinary problems. She once threw his cell phone through the classroom window. He approaches her more out of anger than sensual desire and is dismissed as some kind of creep. His overjoyed friend tells him to ‘learn from the best’ and tries to pick her up himself, only to be insulted. So the group waits for their moment and catches her as she goes out to take the phone, pushes her into a car and beats and rapes her.
The link between male sexuality and barely concealed violence embedded in entitlement and privilege in the capital city is popular.