‘Mulk’ hits theatres, gets thumps up from critics and viewers

Written by August 3, 2018 09:28

Mumbai: Rishi Kapoor starrer ”Mulk”, directed by Anubhav Sinha finally hits the screens today, after facing a lot of criticism before its release. Mulk’s lead actor Rishi Kapoor was also trolled on social media while he was promoting the film.

However, the movie has received big thumps up from critics as well as by viewers. Mulk features Taapsee Pannu, Rishi Kapoor, Rajat Kapoor, Ashutosh Rana, Neena Gupta, Prateik Babbar, Manoj Pahwa and Prachee Shah Pandya in lead roles.

Mulk is the story of a Muslim family trying to reclaim its lost honour. Ealier, Rishi Kapoor, Tapsee and other actors shared film’s posters on twitter much before its release.

Mulk hits theater screens
Mulk hits theater screens

Film makers of the movie on Wednesday had hosted a special screening of the film for film critics and the media in Delhi and Mumbai and most critics gave thumbs-up to the movie. Film critic Anupama Chopra has said it is a powerful & persuasive plea for unity w strong performances….

Another film critic Bhawana Somaaya in her tweet said ‘ A triumph of ensemble performances.


Like any other film artist all actors in Mulk are busy tweeting to promote the film.

Mulk hits theater screens
Mulk hits theater screens today

Film actor Richa Chaddha in her tweet said Mulk brings up topics that are regularly swept under the rug.

Razi famed actor Vicky Kaushal says Mulk is a solid film

Film critic Taran Adarsh has given three & half stars to the film Mulk.

Mulk hits theater screens todayThe ultimate jury of any film , The viewers also seems to be happy with the film.

Due to controversies attached to film Mulk , it has been banned in Pakistan by Pakistan censor board . The Director Anubhav Sinha has written an open letter  to Pakistan and shared it on twitter ahead of Mulk release on August 3rd , Friday.

Prior to film release, Director of Mulk Anubhav Sinha told media that  “It will be really good if the film gets tax exemption … because it talks about brotherhood and harmony between Hindus and Muslims so… I hope this film will be made tax-free once it is released.”

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