Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane
Udaan Critics Rating – 8/10 (It’s a Hit!)
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86% of the Audience voted Udaan as a Hit!, Definately Worth Watching in a Theatre.
Udaan Movie Review by Movie Critics
Taran Adarsh (BollywoodHungama.com) 3.5/5
Udaan is a simple, straight-forward film that doesn’t need to be explained. It needs to be experienced. It’s a must-see for every parent, every child. This coming-of-age story is unique and speaks a universal language and hence, shouldn’t be missed!
Nikhat Kazmi (The Times of India) 4/5
Udaan is unconventional Bollywood at its biting best.
Vivek Bhatia (Filmfare) 3/5
Udaan is a deceptively simple film. The movie narrates various teenage experiences and issues that arise due to the generation gap and are easy to identify with. But the strength of Udaan lies in its story telling, which is very real.
Rajeev Masand (CNN-IBN) 4/5
It’s hard not to be moved by the coming-of-age journey at the heart of director Vikramaditya Motwane’s Udaan, It’s one of the best films this year, and one you will carry in your heart for years.
Kaveree Bamzai (India Today) 4/5
Watch it and weep. And marvel at an extraordinary story told without veering into the maudlin. It’s a tightly controlled drama without any melodrama.
Shubhra Gupta (Indian Express) 4/5
Udaan is a terrific, moving coming-of-age film, made by first-time director Vikramaditya Motwane.
Sukanya Verma (Rediff) 4/5
Being young can be quite rewarding if you are willing to take charge, be responsible. Udaan is an enriching experience in highlighting the same.
Gaurav Malani (IndiaTimes.com) 4/5
In an industry known to indulge in larger-than-life ‘flights of fantasy’, Udaan is one of those intermittent ‘coming of age’ films from Bollywood. Do not miss!
Minty Tejpal (Mumbai Mirror) 4/5
Udaan is a rough coming of age story in another India, told without the frills.
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