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Noor (2017)

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Noor is a journalist who juggles her work, love and personal life on a day-to-day basis. One day, Noor's life takes a dramatic turn when she comes across an eye-opening investigative news story.

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Noor is a journalist who juggles her work, love and personal life on a day-to-day basis. One day, Noor's life takes a dramatic turn when she comes across an eye-opening investigative news story.

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The film is an adaptation of the book "Karachi, You're Killing Me!" by Saba Imtiaz. See more »

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Lyrics by: Manoj Muntashir
Music by: Amal Mallik
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Unnecessary, irrelevant, and dry. A pointless exercise in futility.
22 April 2017 | by (India) – See all my reviews

My sisters dragged me to watch this movie. Needless to say, this movie is extremely painful. It's a pathetic attempt at being a movie and jumbles between genres with over the top dialogues that fall flat every time.

It starts off with narration. And within the first 10 minutes, the lead/narrator admits that she has a habit of speaking/talking a lot. And as a matter of fact. SHE DOES. Her painful expositions and talks to herself as an attempt to narrate is annoying at best, and fever- inducing at worst. She keeps it up for a good half an hour before pausing to take breaks. Guess she was tired of all the talking.

The light-hearted jokes that are meant to amuse make you roll your eyes. You do get a few smiles here and there and that's it.

She and her friends bask in a glory of binge drinking at seemingly expensive clubs and bars more than a few times. She owns an iPhone (seemingly the latest model around the time the movie was shot) and a MacBook (possibly Air?) And her dad owns a fat cat. Still, she manages to pity herself for being "poor".

She keeps putting herself down and has an extremely low image of herself. Right from the start. And considers herself to be "FAT", even though every time she weighs herself it comes out to be 65 KGs, which, according to me, is NOWHERE near fat. I mean, any lesser pounds, and on her body, she'd look malnourished/underweight. But for some reason, the writers never failed to make note of her "fat" body for the entire duration of the movie.

Despite having a low opinion of herself throughout the movie, her best friend seems to be completely sure of the fact that she is not being herself when she puts herself down for what she did and feels guilty for the same (I'm not going to "spoil" it) Even the characters are confused about themselves and each other. How brilliant.

Put in a little bit of romance, after the supposed comedy drama bits, and you've got a love story. Then there's the heartbreaks, and the "oh so unexpected, and tragic" betrayals, and a big fat case of corruption and the movie reaches the interval.

Yes, it tumbles through genres and stumbles on its way to the mid- point. It was the second day of the release of this crap fest, and only 10-20 percent of the people showed up to watch it. After the interval, the number reduced to less than half the original.

I stayed throughout, and kept blabbing various sarcasms and witty one- liners to myself and one of my sisters to try to make it bearable. It really helped. It's what I do when I'm forced to sit with my mother when she is watching any daytime soap. And honestly, it DOES help.

My favorite part was when the movie ended, because that meant I could stop yawning and ACTUALLY go home and sleep on a proper bed.

My rating? 2/10

The only point I'm giving is for the attempt, because COME ON, even if it's a crap fest, people worked to make this. And anyway, some of the shots were REALLY beautiful. So cinematography was good, I must say.

(I always look for silver linings!)

So, my advice? AVOID THIS ONE AT ALL COSTS. This is the kind of a flick you'll regret watching even if you're​ being paid to do so.


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