A Women-centric film by Ashtar Sayed, Maatr is well intentioned story but so poorly executed. Raveena Tandon, Madhur Mittal, Divya Jagdale, are in the lead role.
A mixed response from audience. Here’s what critics have to say about Maatr.
Obviously the idea is to get people out of their slumber but to achieve better results, the screenplay and characterization needed to be sharper. Instead it plays out like a drill.
Times of India – (3/5). read full review.
While Sayed banks on Raveena to completely shock his audience, he fails to back her up with a good screenplay. More than a woman on a mission, Raveena appears like the female version of Sunil Shetty from Mohra, with less swag at that.
Hindustan Times – (2/5). read full review.
There’ve been countless films made on this theme, which tie in standard strands of police procedural — crime thriller — rape-revenge fantasy, and we’ve come away from them disturbed, in the right way.
Indian Express – (1.5/5). read full review.
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