Film Review: Gully Boy (2019) by Zoya Akhtar

Sparkling lights reflect on the car. Murad is the driver – he drives that expensive car for his boss. It’s parked in front of a star hotel and the privileged guests are talking and walking around. The camera pans on the intense eyes of Murad- he wants to break free. He hums – Apna Time Aayega (My or our time will come). And director Zoya Akhtar brings in the flavor of socialism in the epic story of victory of the underprivileged in “Gully Boy”, where dream meets reality.

Murad (Ranveer Singh) is a 22-year-old son of a chauffeur, Aftab (Vijay Raaz). Murad resides in Mumbai’s slum Dharavi. He is inclined to rap music and expresses his thoughts in writing as he writes his own songs. His abusive father gets married for a second time and brings in his new wife, causing more disturbances in Murad’s life. Murad’s long-time
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