Aligarh narrates a sensitive story about the victimisation of a gay professor – Taran Adarsh

Well, Known Film Critic and the man behind Bollywood Hungama has quoted an important observation about the changing scenario of people and movies. His observation has hinted the audience that upcoming Bollywood movie is going to be of high level. Quoting the recent scenario of LGBT rights and protests in the country we could observe that the film is gonna be a super hit without having any such superstar in lead Cast.



Taran Adarsh on Tuesday wrote on his facebook timeline

The Hindi film industry is going through a transition. Several film-makers are attempting films based on real-life episodes… #Aligarh



#Airlift and #Neerja borrowed from reality. Now #Aligarh narrates a sensitive story about the victimisation of a gay professor…

Skilfully directed by Hansal Mehta, #Aligarh is fearless, captivating, moving and heartbreaking. The film stands for human rights…

Manoj Bajpayee conveys the humiliation, loneliness and pain adroitly. Yet another landmark performance from this supremely talented actor… #Aligarh

Rajkummar Rao adds tremendous credibility to his character. Kudos to writer Apurva Asrani for coming up with an honest and compelling tale. #Aligarh

Definitely, it has increased the interest of movie junkies to watch the movie. Manoj Bajpayee has a very much targetted audience among bachelours of Delhi, UP and Bihar. Aligarh movie is gonna loved most probably by the people who like Jazba type of talkies.

Aligarh, Sultan, Raees and Fan are the most awaited movies of 2016. Additionally, Parineeti Chopra’s debut with Ayushmann Khurana is also popular.

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