English Vinglish review: 5 reasons why you should watch the movie

Fri, October 5, 2012 9:00am UTC by 9 Comments
English Vinglish review: 5 reasons why you should watch the movie

After our detailed movie review of Sridevi’s English Vinglish, we revisit the film and tell you why you should watch it at least once

Sridevi’s comeback film English Vinglish has garnered rave reviews, including the one written by BollywoodLife’s own critic. So we really don’t need to give you more reasons for watching the movie. But then we thought again – director Gauri Shinde’s directorial debut is so cute that we needed to share more about it with you than what has been mentioned in our critique.So here are five reasons why you should watch English Vinglish, starring Sridevi, Mehdi Nebbou, Adil Hussain and Priya Anand, among others. This one’s for Sridevi fans! But we’re sure the actor’s going to make a lot of new ones after watching the film.

1. Sridevi’s performance – Do great actors actually make a ‘comeback’? No! Acting is in their genes and they just need to switch the button on and there they are, emoting as effortlessly as ever. So true for Sridevi, too!

2. Global reach – English Vinglish joins Bollywood / Indian films made on an international scale that are truly global, thanks to an international cast, a global story and shorter screening time.

3. Mehdi Nebbou – He’s not the only member of the film’s international star cast, but he is totally the icing on the English Vinglish cake…or the cherry, you decide. We wish there was more screen time given to this hot French-Arabic actor – maybe a kiss with Sri thrown in, or maybe a Shahrukh Khan-style romantic number? Ooooh!

4. Self-help movie – It’s not that kind of a film, but like we said before, watching Sridevi’s character Shashi Godbole overcome her weaknesses and emerge a winner will inspire you to do the same with your life. So there’s entertainment and inspiration in this one.

5. Family film – It’s a clean, fun, emotional family film, with some emotional gyaan thrown in on how not to take feelings for granted. No item song, no kissing scene, no violence, no double-meaning jokes…. You could safely take munna, munni, ma, baba and biwi to watch it, all without cringing!

Now if these reasons are not enough for you to go watch English Vinglish, find your own…but you have to watch it to know, of course!

P.S.: If you’re an Amitabh Bachchan fan, there’s his cute cameo to look out for, too. Subscribe to me on YouTube

  • Shadab manzoor

    Film sirf teen chhezon se chalti hai sridevi ki dancing……sridevi ki comedy…sridevi face expression……..

    • honey walia

      well said

  • dr.anil

    I lik Shridevi since my childhood…Rather I can say tht she is my 1st dreamgirl….N I was disappointed aftr her disappearance frm screen…But she is really gr8…N 1 n 1nly superstar in females of bollywood..She has proved in English vinglish….

  • S P BEDI

    Very very emotional & touching movie. Sri Devi,s has played a very emotional role depicting the sacrifice for the family despite all odd behaviour of the members. every woman is super talented provided they get the necessary support to explore the same.a

  • v v bhushan

    Today I watched this cute nice soft family film with all my family members. sridevi is superb. what a come back? great. after a long period I watched such a neat and clean film with no nonsense things. bravo. I am really happy .

  • samaresh singh

    I like sridevi since my shildhood I must watch this movie in this coming weekend.

  • amna

    bohat achi film hai aur songs to boht zyada

  • niloofar nikzad

    hi!i love seridevi and her movies sinc my childhood,i wish the best disire for her and her family.i hope that i would be so lucky to visit her,even in her latley movie.and i have to say that i missed her so much.

    love niloofar.

  • Prativa

    Amazing movie….Watched it thrice.Sridevi is superb.Gauri should make a sequel.


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