Noor Review : Sonakshi’s Film Is A Skewed Presentation Of Investigative Journalism


By Surabhi Redkar

Rating: 2/5 Stars (Two stars)

Star Cast: Sonakshi Sinha, Kanan Gill, Shibani Dandekar, Purab Kohli, Ayan Banerjee, Manish Chaudhary

Director: Sunhil Sippy

Noor Review

What’s Good: It’s hard to tell if anything actually clicks in Noor. Probably if it was maintained to be a rom-com, it would have been better.

What’s Bad: A terribly confused plot that wants to tap into journalism in the wrongest way possible.

Loo Break: Yes! Probably more than two.

Watch or Not?: Noor is definitely passable. The film which promised to be an entertainer for the youth turns out to be a poorly written film on budding journalists.

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Noor Roy Chaudhary (Sonakshi Sinha) is a 28 year-old junior correspondent with a news agency that is headed by editor Shekhar Das (Manish Choudhary). While Noor is an aspiring ‘Barkha'(Dutt gets chopped by Censor board), she’s unhappy covering local stories that have no substance whatsoever.

In her personal life, she has two best friends, Zara Patel (Shibani Dandekar), a DJ and Saad ( Kannan Gill). The lead character is single and in search of her dream man. In a chance meeting, she stumbles across Ayananka Bannerjee (Purab Kohli) who is an ex-war reporter. The duo start hanging out and Noor falls for …read more