Toilet – Ek Prem Katha has released today at the box office. The film created a lot of buzz before its release. The advance booking report is also positive. Let’s see the reviews it has received from all the leading critics of Bollywood.
According to the leading critic Taran Adarsh, TEPK is an excellent movie. The film integrates a strong social message and also succeed in entertaining the audience wonderfully. The script and direction of the film are top class, also all the actors performed wonderfully. It reflects the reality and hits out at superstition with its strong dialogues.
According to Rohit from Deccan Chronicles, the strong point of the movie is its dialogues. He says the film is not at all preachy and presents the issue of no toilet in a quirky way. The first half of the film is slow and extended a bit but the comedy in the film has managed to entertain the public fully.
Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV didn’t like it much. According to him, the film may be commendable but is poorly executed. He finds the film a little bit disappointing and it could have been executed more appropriately.
According to Meena from Times of India, the film is a satire on the age old tradition of open defecation in the fields. It is a balanced combination of a love-story and an educational element. The second half of the film contains the lecture on the social cause of open-defecation. Overall, it is a good source of entertainment.
According to Indian Express, Akshay Kumar has done superb acting in the film but the makers have wasted a lot of time in the first half in creating a romance between Keshav and Jaya.
According to Hindustan Times, the film has a witty first half with a sparkling performance of Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar. The chemistry between the two actors is top class.
We can clearly interpret that TEPK is a very good film with a balanced combination of educational and entertainment element. For more updates about the movie, keep reading BOTY.