Calendar Girls 2015 Movie Reviews
Calendar Girls based on five girls who belong from different parts of the country – Nisha from Rohtak, Paroma from Bengal, Sharon from Goa, Nandita from Hyderabad and also Nazneen from Lahore, Pakistan. These five girls have been selected to pose for the most renowned annual calendar which is a joint effort between business tycoon Rishabh Kukreja and his photographer friend Timmy Sen. What happens after their calendar releases and how their lives take a turn is what the film is all about.
First Day Box Office Collection
1.50 Crores - 1st Day Box Office Collection
Second Day Box Office Collection
2 Crores - 2nd Day Box Office Collection
Calendar Girls Reviews From The Top web
The film has very correctly highlighted the high net worth families and their ‘pushing under the carpet’ problems, the platform that reality show offers to its contestants and also their ‘selection’ process, how relationships and condolences can be ‘money-pulated’. Without being preachy, Madhur Bhandarkar’s CALENDAR GIRLS showcases that life is all about the choices that one makes, which can either make or break a person.
Rating : 3.5/5
Not worth the effort! Who would want to spend their weekend watching a film that takes you down the Fashion memory lane. The same old quick success and its flip side story. Yawn!
Rating : 1.5/5
You will lose the track of girls and their lives. You will fall asleep through most of the first half till one of the female characters say something really regressive and medieval and you are jolted from your reverie!
Rating : N/A
Especially in comparison to this week’s other Hindi release, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon
, the way Calendar Girls
champions its heroines is actually refreshing. There are a lot of impractical, revealing and ridiculous outfits that the heroines of Calendar Girls
wear, but Bhandarkar makes it very clear that sleaze lies in the eyes of the beholder. He doesn’t put the blame on the women or ‘punish’ them for their ambition, the way he did in films like Heroine
Rating : N/A