Akshay Kumar PadMan Review: After Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, Akshay Kumar is back with another social awareness film Padman, which finally released on Friday, February 9th, 2018. Initially, The film set to release on January 25 but postponed due to Padmavat release on same day. the film is now scheduled to be released on February 9, 2018.
It is directed by R. Balki and produced by Akshay’s wife Twinkle Khanna and R. Balki under the banners, Mrs. Funnybones Movies, and KriArj Entertainment.Besides Akshay, the film stars Radhika Apte and Sonam Kapoor. The film’s music is composed by Amit Trivedi while the lyrics have been written by Kausar Munir, whereas Cinematography by P.C. Sreeram and Edited by Chandan Arora. Already the teaser & trailer increased the hype of the film.
PadMan Movie Review & Story Plot
In the film, Akshay Kumar portrays the role of Lakshmi who tries to invent low cost sanitary pad and experiment on it, while Radhika Apte plays his simple wife who is embarrassed by her husband’s experiments to make sanitary pads affordable for her and women at large. How invents the machines that can manufacture pads at cheap prices and his innovations forms the rest of story.
Lakshmi is now consumed with the thought of finding a solution and eventually makes four machines that can manufacture pads at Rs2. After his invention, Sonam Kapoor (Pari) enters in the second half and helps him take his innovation to the next level by bringing him the right opportunities, including the international platform at the United Nations.
Padman is based on the real-life story of social entrepreneur Arunachalam Muruganantham, who invented a low-cost sanitary pad making the machine and helped spread awareness about traditional unhygienic practices around menstruation in rural India. Mr. Muruganantham felt the need to come up with a convenient solution to tackle menstrual health for women after he learned his wife used newspaper and rags during her menstrual cycle.
The way the whole idea has been depicted on screen is quite impressive. The screenplay is good and definitely keeps the audience hooked onto the movie.
Music director Amit Trivedi has given good music and has kept in mind the social issue the film is made on.
Editing seems to be lagging and could have been better. The result is that the movie feels a bit too long.
R. Balki has done a marvelous job with exemplary direction. Considering the sensitive topic of the film, it becomes very challenging for a director to link the film emotionally with the current situation. And, R. Balki has succeeded in doing so with Pad Man!
Pad Man Movie Rating & Public Talk:
Pad Man Movie Rating: 4/5
Pad Man Movie Plus & Minus Points: Updated Soon…
Verdict: PadMan being a love story primarily, Balki cleverly makes his point loud and clear. In fact, the first half is sloppy and the film picks up in the second half with a praiseworthy climax. Radhika Apte is raw, real and true to life. Sonam Kapoor is just about average as she is strictly a one tone actress. Cameo of Amitabh Bachchan is refreshing but mandatory, courtesy Balki. Overall, PadMan is watchable for its exceptional subject.
Several Bollywood celebrities have watched the film at a special screening. The celebs have shared their reviews on social media. As always, Khiladi star impressed with his performance, the other actors have given their best as well. Let’s see the tweets of celebs who have reviewed the movie below:
Throughly enjoyed #Padman. This superhero is out there for women’s emancipation. Funny n courageous, padman,has a big heart. Congratulations @akshaykumar sir #rbalki @mrsfunnybones @sonamakapoor @radhika_apte @kriarj
Ayushmann Khurrana @ayushmannk
#Padman is a very important film for us. @akshaykumar is one of the most special actors we have. @radhika_apte is earthy. @sonamakapoor is spunky. Kudos @mrsfunnybones! Watch it and get inspired.
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