Raees the most awaited film of Shahrukh Khan is finally all set to hit floors this Republic Day weekend 26th Jan.
Here's the years much awaited film Raees's review by Critics, what they have to say on SRK and Mahira Khan's Raees.
While we will have to wait for one more day to watch Shahrukh Khan starrer Raees, here’s what our critics have to say about it.
Raees Review by Taran Adarsh , Bollywood Hungama
Shah Rukh Khan looks dreamy as Raees. Coming to the acting bits, he particularly excels in scenes where he shows extreme anger and also the one where he breaks down. Overall, he is in much better a space compared to his previous acts such as Dilwale andHappy New Year. For his fans, this one will be winner!
Mahira Khan’s casting has been the talk of the town. Unfortunately, she does nothing special here and for all we care, any Bollywood actress could have pulled off that role. She even fails to emote appropriately in a few scenes.
Raees is a paisa-wasool entertainer for massy Bollywood fans! A 3.5/5 for this one.
Raees Review By Umair Sandhu
Rating : 5/5
#Raees Movie na Sabit Kar Diya " Don't Underestimate the Power of King Khan " He gave Lifetime Performance. BLOCKBUSTER ! ☆☆☆☆☆
Raees Review By Sreeju Sudhakaran Bollywoodod Life
Rating : 2.5/5
Shah Rukh Khan’s Miyan bhai avatar will take you back to the ’70s style gangster drama
Nawazuddin Siddiqui steals the show from Shah Rukh Khan and Mahira Khan's thunder in this predictable gangster drama.
As a movie, Raees is definitely a letdown especially for those who expect a Deewar-like dhamakedaar masala movie.
Raees Review By Financial Express
Rating : 3.5/5
Shahrukh Khan and Mahira Khan put a Khant-tastic show in gangster flick.
For those caught in the dilemma of whether to see Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil or this film first, we would recommend booking your tickets (if theatres aren’t already full) for Raees.
Full of tightly-choreographed action sequences and a brilliantly written script, Raees finally marks the beginning of good movies in 2017. While the ending might seem a bit stretched to some audiences, Shahrukh will still manage to pull at your heart-strings.
Raees Review By Jaidev H, Movie Talkies
Raees may appeal to die-hard fans of Shah Rukh Khan, who don't mind their idol serving up some 70s style nostalgia…
As for the film itself, it has a very predictable storyline, a stale plot and stock characters- a gangster with a heart of gold, his supportive ladylove, a loyal sidekick, an upright cop, wily politicians, an ostensibly benevolent mentor et al.
Raees Plot :
Raees (SRK) grows up in 70s Gujarat believing that crime does pay and starts working for a bootlegger, who nurtures him. However, Raees and his sidekick Sadiq (Mohammad Zeeshan Ayub) grow too big for their boots and this brings them in conflict with upright cop Jaideep Majmudar (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), who makes it his life's mission to bring down Khan's illegal empire. Who wins the battle between the two? Watch the film to find out…