Viruddh (2005)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
64 %
Total Reviews: 11
Sahi: 7 Nahi: 4

Review Summary: VIRUDDH has the merits to remain etched in your memory even after the screening has concluded

Average Critic Rating: (2.80)
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Plot: The movie begins with Amar narrating the story of his family and himself. Amar is the son of Vidyadhar and Sumitra Patwardhan, a middle class couple in India. Amar lives and works in London and he sends some of his salary to them. One day Amar returns home with Jenny... Read more

Viruddh - Movie Reviews

Mahesh Manjrekar has, quite often, excelled when he has chossen intense themes.
SIFY
After a sixty-plus husband and wife lose their only son, they embark on a disillusioned struggle against a corrupt system.
Rediff 
India Today
VIRUDDH has the merits to remain etched in your memory even after the screening has concluded
Bollywood Hungama
You know the film has you hooked completely when the characters in this domesticated drama about the joy and trauma of a middle class family begin to matter to the audience... So much so that by the time the second half begins you want to put the clo
Now Running
On the whole, 'Viruddh' is an average film and needs strong mouth publicity to tilt the balance in its favor
Smash Hits
When an actor of the caliber of Amitabh Bachchan appears in a lead role for a movie revolving completely around him, a film lover is never more happier. Especially so, when at least 3 movies with him as the lead protagonist [Black, Waqt, Sarkar] have struck gold at the box office in quick succession. Audience, that has been fed on Big B movies for around 3 decades now, certainly do not mind seeing him week after week now. And when a movie like 'Viruddh' arrives that gives him ample scope to be seen in each and every frame of the movie, the expectations are anyways sky high.
India Glitz
Planet Bollywood
For a die-hard Amitabh Bachchan addict, there can be nothing more frustrating than to see this amazingly talented actor come up with yet another going-through-the-motions performance in yet another ordinary film.
Rediff