Piku (2015)

Hindi Comedy, Drama
Critics Score
Total Reviews: 45
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Total Votes: 1

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Review Summary: Piku charms with its simplicity and earnest performances. Amitabh's best film in years!

Average Critic Rating: (3.71)
Cast: Amitabh Bachchan , Deepika Padukone , Irrfan Khan , Moushumi Chatterjee , Jisshu Sengupta
Director: Shoojit Sircar
Release Date: 08 May 2015
Est. Budget: 50.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 79.0 CR

Plot: Piku is an Indian comedy drama film that revolves around the relationship of a crazy father – daughter duo played by Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone. Directed by Shoojit Sircar and produced by MSM Motion Pictures in association with Saraswati Entertainment Creations Limited (SECL) and Rising Sun Films, the film Read more

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Piku - Top Reviews

Piku is a film with tremendous heart
Raja Sen, REDIFF
Piku is an absolute must watch
Shoojit Sircar lends dignity and grace to an old man’s bowel troubles
Sneha May Francis, Emirates 24X7
This movie is some good sh*t!
Suprateek Chatterjee, Huffington Post
Hrishida Would Have Smiled
Perfect family film, high on drama, humour and emotion
Rachit Gupta, Filmfare
Although obsessed with all the wrong body parts, it’s a film that’s full of heart
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
Everything about you and your precious relationships spoke to me, stirred me and I wish you could hear how deeply you touched me
Sukanya Verma, REDIFF
P.S - After watching this film, I went home and gave a bear size hug to my mother, I am sure you too will do the same
Divya Solgama, Moviez Adda
Piku' is like the hot chicken broth for the senses, the kind of food you know will soothe you, warm you up inside and more importantly, won't mess with your digestive system

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Piku - All Reviews

There are no larger-than-life heroes, dramatic transformations or neatly-tied endings. Still, Piku works its magic because it steers clear from the usual trappings.
Digestion guaranteed.
Gayatri Gauri, First Post
A father who introduces his 30-year-old daughter to her suitors as a "financially, emotionally and sexually independent, non-virgin woman" and a daughter who scolds her dad for his obsession with health and tells him it would have been better if he had some disease.
The movie also provides a peek into Bengali culture and captures the city with its narrow streets and trams and other beautiful locations.
Overall, the unique theme and amusing actor performances have made “Piku” a must-watch flick for the family this weekend
Piku (Deepika Padukone) is a dutiful daughter but she is not self-effacing – someone who meekly places her own life on the back-burner
Lidia Ostepeev, Planet Bollywood
Do watch this one, more so, if you are a Bengali. I bet you won't stop smiling for most of the two plus hour duration.
On a serious note, This weekend, it will be a sin not to catch up with Piku and her Baba’s shitty problems as Piku Motions will make you forget your Emotions!
Just Bollywood
PIKU is epic sh*t! You simply can't afford to miss this one.
Pankaj Sabnani, Glam Sham
Among the two movies releasing this Friday, you have the much hyped ones called Piku. It is comedy drama, which revolves around the relation... Continue Reading
Just Bollywood
Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan’s film is absolutely endearing
Moumita Bhattacharjee, Bollywood Life
Piku is a simple and funny movie which offers you a chance to get entertained with your entire family, as you don't have to fear about any adult content popping up
Suparno Sarkar, Filmi Beat
Piku is a progressive piece of cinema that brings the parent back into the picture
Anuj Kumar, The Hindu
Shoojit Sircar’s direction is sensitive and truly fantastic
Komal Nahta, KomalsReviews
A powerful lesson on the meaningfulness of life
Murtaza Ali, A Potpourri of Vestiges
The teeny bit of melodrama is handled beautifully by shuffling laughs and tears together like a pack of cards, making Piku one of the more emotionally honest films to have come from the industry.
Mihir Fadnavis, First Post
A fellow movie reviewer pointed out that this is the second time Amitabh has played Bhashkor Banerjee. First being Anand. That got me thinking, would the pensive Bhashkor from Anand turn out to be someone like Bhashkor from Piku? Can life change a person that much?
Piku is a refreshing tale that acquaints us with one of the craziest father-daughter duos ever. It features three extremely talented stars who will not disappoint you. To sum it all up, if you are looking for a light-hearted film to enliven your weekend, Piku is definitely recommended for you.
Samiya Dinware, BookMyShow
An amazingly sweet, powerfully moving and emotionally resonant adage on parent and parenting. Shoojit Sircar’s ‘Piku’ is nothing short of a cinematic triumph that finds the magnificent Mr. Bachchan, Irrfan Khan and Deepika Padukone working at the peak of their respective powers delivering a nuanced, thoroughly delightful and hauntingly beautiful family entertainer having multi dimensional look at the struggles and comforts of family bonds.
India Glitz
Sircar's Piku brings across a fresh breeze of humour, cine-goers had missed for quite some time
Arunava Chatterjee, India Today
Despite few glitches and a below par story line, the emotional climax, an entertaining first half and a delightful performance by the star cast makes this movie is a must watch for the movie lovers.
Pradeep Varma, Bollywood3
That is all Piku and her septuagenarian father, Bhaskor Banerji (Amitabh Bachchan), talk about throughout the film
It deals with two of our nation's favourite topics - family and bowel movements. It gives an inside peek into a moment in the life of a Bengali family living in CR p
Koel Purie Rinchet, India Today
For a film where a chunk of running time is devoted to lengthy discussions on constipation, it isn't surprising that Piku has characters who firmly believe in letting it out of the system
Suhani Singh, India Today
I will go with a MUST WATCH!! It is a rare thing to find directors like Shoojit Sircar who truly understand how strongly a medium like cinema works when you want to emote something so natural.
Surabhi Redkar, Koi Moi
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On the whole, PIKU is a must watch this season as it brings back the memories of the legendary directors Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Basu Chatterjee and likes. This is a film that shall grow with word of mouth
Bollywood Hungama
Digestion guaranteed.
Gayatri Gauri, First Post
Yawns: Not really
rachnasrivastava, Chirtamala
PIKU Is Touching Film About Relationships And Emotions
Piku is a largely impressive and splendidly fun follow-up by Shoojit Sircar to his fantastic Madras Cafe. The finale of the film does play a spoilt sport, but you're still left with the memories from one helluva journey you're unlikely to forget soon.
Piyush Chopra, Nowrunning
Don't miss this gentle rollercoaster ride. Piku's motions and emotions must be enjoyed.
Srijana Mitra Das, Times of India
I’m going with a hearty four stars, with an entire star just for Deepika, who continues to dazzle us with her range. Don't miss it
Jay Mamtora, BollyBrit
The teeny bit of melodrama is handled beautifully by shuffling laughs and tears together like a pack of cards, making Piku one of the more emotionally honest films to have come from the industry.
Mihir Fadnavis, First Post
It’s a must-watch for the thundering trio of Bachchan, Padukone and Khan.
Sarita A Tanwar, DNA India