Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani's intense romance drama Kabir Singh which is all set to release this Friday has its first verdict out and boy, it is heading out with a mind-boggling start! With Shahid’s flair for portraying the bad-boy onscreen persona such as drug addict Tommy Singh in Udta Punjab to a metamorphosed, berserk man in Vishal Bhardwaj's adaptation of William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' in Haider, Shahid Kappor has had fans on the edge ever since its surfacing of the movie.
The first lay-out for the much-awaited, Kabir Singh, a Hindi remake of Telugu film Arjun Reddy, which tells a tale about a medical student who goes on a path of self-destruction after the love of his life played by Kiara Advani gets married to someone else review is here and judging by the reviews, the movie looks promising as anticipated. Here are what and how the critics are praising and talking about the movie.
Casting director Mukesh Chhabra taking to Twitter was all in praise of Sandeep Reddy Vanga movie even calling it the best performance of Shahid so far suggesting it as ‘a must watch’
"#KabirSingh is a must watch movie!!! @shahidkapoor's best performance so far. Mind blowing.Aur @Advani_Kiara kya baath hai. An absolutely trippy film. The audience is going to go mad. The background score just compliments everything. Superb Direction by Sandeep Reddy Vanga. (sic)" he tweeted.
#KabirSingh is a must watch movie!!! @shahidkapoor 's best performance so far. Mind blowing.Aur @Advani_Kiara kya baath hai 😍 An absolutely trippy film. The audience is going to go mad. The background score just compliments everything. Superb Direction by Sandeep Reddy Vanga.— Mukesh Chhabra CSA (@CastingChhabra) June 20, 2019
Dubai based entertainment journalist, Umair Sandhu writes, "Saw #KabirSingh at Censor Board ! What a BOMBASTIC Film! @shahidkapoor Stole the Show all the way. What a Film!"
Writer Mahwash Ajaz also gave a thumbs-up for the movie tweeting a gig ‘FANTASTIC’. "The stylized hero is an interesting element to Hindi cinema courtesy #SandeepReddyVanga. Apparently the style isn't new for Telugu cinema but fairly new for Bollywood. Very modern, very gritty. #KabirSingh’’ Azaz wrote.
— Mahwash Ajaz (@mahwashajaz_) June 20, 2019