Laila Majnu movie review
Laila Majnu movie review (image source: DNA India)

Star Cast: Avinash Tiwary, Tripti Dimri, Parmeet Sethi, Benjamin Gilani, Sumit Kaul

Director: Sajid Ali

Laila Majnu Movie Review: Another Friday with another Film, Laila Majnu starring Avinash Tiwary and Tripti Dimri rejuvenate the love of Laila Majnu again on the screens. The movie starts with the introduction of the characters as it introduced you a Girl name Laila, who has a reputation as a cool and charming girl in the town. On the other hand, the movie has Qais Bhatt who stares at Laila and started loving her madly. But this the film on Laila Majnu, thus, the enemies are yet to enter.

Qais Bhatt is the son of the rival of Laila’s father. Fathers of both characters are enemies and fighting with each other over a land grabbing case. As you have seen the trailor of Laila Majnu, you might get the clue about the heartbreaking sequences of the film.

Laila Majnu movie review
Laila Majnu movie review (image source: timesofindia)

Star Performance in Laila Majnu: This is the first feature film of Avinash Tiwari who lived up to every single stance of Imtiaz’s Majnu. The character Majnu needed the insanity to perform, which Avinash Tiwary performed so well. It’s hard to ignore his emotions and expressions in the film. His performance truly held back the film. Move on to Tripti Dimri as a Laila, her beauty is all which ones needed in the character of a Kashmiri girl. Be it her looks or dialogue delivery stint, she has nailed every part.

As an annoying Ibban, Sumit Kaul’s performance is mindblowing. His Kashmiri accent in the film is much applauded.

Laila Majnu movie review
Laila Majnu movie review (image source: ndtv)

Watch it or not: Those who’re waiting for love stories based film can easily make their way to nearby cinema houses. However, those who have high expectations with this film as they are spending the penny to buy the ticket can think twice.

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