Angrezi Medium is a Hindi Comedy-Drama film. Homi Adajania has directed the film. Bhavesh Mandalia, Gaurav Shukla, Vinay Chhawall, Sara Bodinar has written the film. Dinesh Vijan and Jyoti Deshpande have produced the film under banner Maddock Films. The film is the spin-off to the 2017 comedy Hindi Medium. Irrfan Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Radhika Madan, and Deepak Dobriyal Are in the Lead Roles in the film.
Angrezi Medium Movie is declared as Blockbuster at the box-office Till Now. With mixed reviews from critics and audiences. A native Haryanvi businessman tries to send his daughter to London for achieving a degree in the English Language. The IMDb rating of Angrezi Medium is 9.1/10.
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The movie is doing well in box-office. Another movie that became prey to Tamilrockers. on the day of the movie release, the movie was leaked on the website. Nowadays each and every movie suffers due to this website owner. The movie was released on 06 March 2020. Within 2 hours the movie was leaked by Tamilrockers and Moviesrulz. The movie is leaked on that website in HD print. The government has stopped this website. But Still, No use As many are using VPN, in order to access the site. They destroy the privacy of the makers.
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- Irrfan Khan as Champak Bansal
- Kareena Kapoor Khan as Officer Naina Kohli
- Radhika Madan as Tarika Bansal
- Deepak Dobriyal as Ghasiteram Bansal / Gopi
- Dimple Kapadia as Mrs. Sampada Kohli
- Ranvir Shorey as Bablu
- Pankaj Tripathi as Tony
- Kiku Sharda as Gajju
- Manu Rishi as Bheluram Bansal
- Zakir Hussain as Judge Chedda
- Meghna Malik as Principal
- Manish Gandhi as Advait
- Vikas Parikh as Naresh Bansal
- Poorvi Jain as Rashi
- Vipul Tank as Langnesh
- Ankit Bisht as Anmol
- Anushka Sharma Special appearance in song “Kudi Nu Nachne De”
- Katrina Kaif Special appearance in song “Kudi Nu Nachne De”
- Alia Bhatt Special appearance in song “Kudi Nu Nachne De”
- Janhvi Kapoor Special appearance in song “Kudi Nu Nachne De”
- Ananya Panday Special appearance in song “Kudi Nu Nachne De”
- Kriti Sanon Special appearance in song “Kudi Nu Nachne De”
- Kiara Advani Special appearance in song “Kudi Nu Nachne De”
Champak Bansal (Irrfan) is a simple, small-town businessman – one of the owners of Ghasitaram sweet shop chain – who’s leading a comfortable life with his teenage daughter, Tarika (Radhika Madan). But, Tarika has big dreams – of graduating from a recognized university in London. With little means to fulfill his daughter’s ambition, how far will the father go to ensure Tarika realizes her ‘videshi aspirations’?
Born and raised in Udaipur (Rajasthan), Champak’s world revolves around his daily estrangement with his other Ghasitaram brother, Gopi (Deepak Dobriyal), and looks after his only daughter Tariqa, who all graduated in high school. Gets ready to do and gets ready for each other. Educational trip. But, unlike her father, she does not want to limit her dreams to the place where she grew up; Instead, she wants to explore what’s outside her small world. Unaware of what happened next, Champak fulfills his daughter’s wishes, but things start to get out of control when he pays a hefty fee. A devoted father, Champak vows to do whatever it takes to send his daughter to study abroad and walks a path that proves her unconditional love not only for her betiya But also defines their relationship.
The look and feel of this comedy-drama are all things sweet and small-town – the actors consistently carry a thick local accent (Radhika’s sounds a bit forced though) and close attention has been paid to what we call a ‘small-town traits’ that beautifully plays out in multiple scenes and sequences as the story progresses. With one foot in the homeland and the other in London, the music and the background score have been chalked out keeping the two different scenarios in mind; it works out fine and differentiates the mood well.
The first half of the screenplay is more engaging than the second, but, while trying to fit in a lot of subplots, the story moves along quite a bit. The film has some great moments, and also fast-paced scenes between the characters, which, in turn, prove to be the highlight of the play. However, the story is very convenient and has discrepancies that are hard to ignore, but Irrfan’s exceptional performance makes it worth watching.
The ‘English Medium’ loses its grip on many occasions, the grip on the spirit of what it does not lose is what it is trying to bring out, and leaves this message to you.