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  CIA-2 JPO PRIYANSHI SRIVASTAVA TYBMM-58 REVIEW OF THE REVIEW: 1. THE INDIAN EXPRESS The review starts off with the details of the Mangalyan Mission by ISRO and how it still is one of the most shining achievements of the country. Diving in from there, the failure of preventing the movie drowning in jargons is mentioned. However, this does not seem to be the case in the movie. The review refer s to science as ‘dry topic which needs to be jazzed up’ to be presented in a movie, which is wrong on so many levels and disrespectful too to the subject. The plot of the movie is not mentioned, only the actors are criticized or praised for their performance. Akshay Kumar has been sarcastically been the centre of the review while, Vidya Balan and Sharman Joshi are well appreciated. The review also does not mention the production aspects of the film except graphics and is said to be good and bad both. Hence not taking on a strong point on either side. It does give out a positive note to the movie in the end which is surprising after reading the paragraphs prior. Overall, the review is gives less information about the movie/plot and rather reviews the actors and their characters.  CIA-2 JPO PRIYANSHI SRIVASTAVA TYBMM-58 REVIEW OF THE REVIEW: 2. MUMBAI MIRROR The review starts by mentioning the basis of the film and how the Mangalyan mission holds a patriotic value. It praises the director Jagan Shakti and creative director R Balki for incorporating just enough of the backstory of the characters so that it does not cease to be a documentary. All though the review does point out that the back stories seem too cliché and very convenient. It covers the whole plot of the movie with character designations in the movie. From there, the review talks about how the void of the film’s lack of conflict is not fulfilled by adding the personal life conflicts in each character’s life. It then comes to actors and their performances and fleshes out the best of the lots- Vidya Balan, Tapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, the sniggering character of Dalip Tahil in the movie is also mentioned as an unintentional humour relief. The productional aspects of the movie are not mentioned at all. Towards the end, the review mentions how the movie acts as a tribute to the unsung heroes who don’t wear a cape but it highlights that the writing of the movie does not suffice the thrill of this epic achievement. Overall, it’s a review conveys information about the movie through a focus on the plot and the performance of the actors in the movie.  CIA-2 JPO PRIYANSHI SRIVASTAVA TYBMM-58 REVIEW OF THE REVIEW: 3. THE TIMES OF INDIA The review starts off by giving a gist of the glorious achievement of the ISRO scientist’s who made the Mangalyan Missio n aka MOM happen. It supports the addition of human drama through every character’s personal stories but does not fail at mentioning the need of more action happening events at ISRO which would give out the nuances and authenticity of the mission control at ISRO. From there, the review pans out into the plot of the movie systematically and also appreciates writer director- Jagan Shakti and creative director R Balki for simplifying the complex scientific jargon for the common man. After the plot, the review deals with the multi starrer cast of the film and their performances, while it praises the addition of human drama it has clearly pointed out the over the top drama elements and the pedantic screenplay at occasions in the movie. Each character’s actor is v alued for their performance. In the end, the production side of the movie is also reflected upon in short. The review while mentioning the lacks sums up by saying that the minor pitfalls are taken care of by the patriotism and the pride the scientific success brings. The review ends with positive note. It was a well-written review which focused on each element of the movie and saw the movie from a neutral perspective as it focused and called out both the positive and the negative elements.  CIA-2 JPO PRIYANSHI SRIVASTAVA TYBMM-58 REVIEW OF THE REVIEW: 4. NAVBHARAT TIMES The review portrays the movie in the shining light of positivity on almost every aspect. It starts off with the mention of the srcinal Mangalyan Mission (MOM) and how Akshay Kumar has done wonder by bringing it to the audience on the occasion of Independence Day. From there, the review delves into the plot of the movie in a detailed way focusing, again focusing majorly on the feel-good factor things. It does point out the childish implications of the human drama that has been added out of cinematic liberty. The review says that the crisp writing, the effect of the background score and the climax are the plus points of the movie. They refer to the graphics and the VFX of the outer space scenes in the movie as weak areas of the movie. The review then comes to the performance of every actor and Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan are widely appreciated for carrying the mission forward in the movie. The rest of the cast is also mentioned and appreciated for their performance collectively. The review has positive notion on the title song- Mission Mangal created by Amit Trivedi. The review ends on a positive note. Overall, this review is biased towards the feel-good factor of the movie. It reviews the movie only from the entertainment aspect and not from the scientific aspect and the hard work of the scientist who made it possible.
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