Malaal Twitter review: Sharmin Segal, Meezaan's 'clichéd' love story draws mixed reactions
In the early Twitter review of Malaal, audience seems impressed with debutants Sharmin Sehgal and Meezan's performance
This Friday, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali is introducing two new actors to Bollywood with a love story, Malaal. A remake of 2004 Tamil film, 7G Rainbow Colony, the film marks the debut of Bhansali's niece Sharmin Segal and Jaaved Jaaferi's son, Meezaan.
Early Twitter reactions reviews for the film are out and people seem quite impressed with the lead pair's performances. Calling it an intense and raw love story, viewers have given the filmmakers extra points for the film's music.
Check out the tweets here:
#Malaal This one's for those who want to soak into a full-blown love story w/ great music @MeezaanJ has a raw energy & makes a striking debut & @sharminsegal too holds her own. My full #MalaalReview in th link @bhansali_produc @TSeries #MovieReviewhttps://t.co/pBAcvKOI5U
— sreeparna sengupta (@sreeparnas) July 5, 2019
— Farhad Vijay Arora (@FarhadArora) July 5, 2019
— Anuskha (@arora8972) July 5, 2019
— Abbas (@abbashussainn) July 5, 2019
However, some viewers termed the film too 'predictable' with a 'cliched' plot.
— manishalakhe (@manishalakhe) July 5, 2019
— Yohaann Bhaargava (@yohaannn) July 5, 2019
Malaal is about the love-hate relationship between the characters played by the two debutantes, who hail from contrasting backgrounds and fall in love as neighbours in a Mumbai chawl. The film is directed by National Award-winning director Mangesh Hadawale, and bankrolled by Bhansali and T-series.
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