Check-Out the First Review of Shraddha Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao Starrer, Stree


Shraddha Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao starter horror-comedy movie, Stree has just hit the theatres and the first review of the movie is here. The hilarious movie directed by Amar Kaushik is terrific and makes sure that you laugh throughout.

review of shraddha kapoor rajkummar rao starrer stree

This 130 minutes movie is based in the town Chanderi and revolves around a village guy called Vickey, played by Rajkummar Rao. Vickey is a sweet and kind-hearted boy who falls in love with a mysterious girl who haunts the town, hunting for lonely men. Shraddha’s role in the movie is hilarious and creepy at the same time. The comedy parts of the movie are timed well.

Rajkumar Rao has shown his versatility by playing the role of Vickey in the movie. He is well-known for his serious roles. Rajkummar has done an excellent job in the movie. The movie portrays Rajkummar’s story for the most of its duration and the role of Shraddha is too less compared to Rajkummar’s role. Shraddha has shared a few “moments” with Rajkummar Rao in the movie.

review of shraddha kapoor rajkummar rao starrer stree

The cinematography is done very well by keeping the genre of the movie in mind. The horror part of the movie is kept effective, whereas the humor part is paired well with the scenes. Though the songs in the movie are interesting, they seem to be stuffed in between and could have been avoided to entertain the viewers better.

The movie thrills the views with twists and turns. The best example is the climax of the movie. Just when you think you have reached the climax, BOOM you get to know that there’s more to the story. If you are a fan of horror comedy, you have to watch the movie.

review of shraddha kapoor rajkummar rao starrer stree

The witty and hilarious dialogues will keep you engaged throughout. The movie showcases the genuiness of a village atmosphere in its true spirits. The only problem with the movie plot is the song Kamariya where Nora Fatehi grooves to the tunes. The song might make you feel a little uncomfortable if you are watching it with your family. Though the story is a little absurd, you can thoroughly enjoy the movie if you watch once.