Noor movie review: Sonakshi Sinha strikes back with an endearing act in this feel-good entertainer


By Sreeju Sudhakaran

After directing Snip more than a decade ago, Sunhil Sippy returns to the director’s chair to make Noor, a coming of age drama, that has Sonakshi Sinha in the lead. It is an adaptation of Pakistani author Saba Imtiaz’s book ‘Karachi, You’re Killing Me!’, which has been tailored to suit the Mumbai milieu. With Noor releasing this Friday, the big question on everyone’s mind is – will this movie turn out to be Sonakshi Sinha’s Queen. Or for the matter, even Dear Zindagi? Check out our review below to find out…

What’s it about

We are introduced to Noor Roy Chaudhary (Sonakshi Sinha) on her 28th birthday. A journalist at a prominent news channel run by a former war journalist Shekhar (Manish Chaudhari), Noor has issues about everything – be it her life, her body, the lack of boyfriend, her house and the way her career is heading. She has two besties in Zaara (Shibani Dandekar) and Saad (Kanan Gill), the only two people she feels care about her existence. She wants to do serious research-driven journalism, but her boss sends her off to interview Sunny Leone, that she screws up with her lackadaisical attitude. Taking a break from her job …read more

Source:: Bollywoodlife