Release Date - 12th January 2018

Language - Hindi

Director - Anurag Kashyap

Music Director - Rachita Arora Nucleya and Prashant Pillai

Producer - Anand L. Rai, Vikramaditya Motwane, Madhu Mantena and Anurag Kashyap

Star Cast -  

Vineet Kumar Singh as Shravan Singh,
Zoya Hussain as Sunaina Mishra, 
Jimmy Shergill as Bhagwan Das Mishra, 
Ravi Kishan as Sanjay Kumar, 
Rajesh Tailang as Shravan's Father, 
Shree Dhar Dubey as Gopal Tiwari, 
Neeraj Goyat as a Boxer, 
Deepak Tanwar as Boxer.

Story -

A boxer named Shravan, having a place with upper cast thakur, trains at an exercise center operated by a neighborhood Don named Bhagwan Das Mishra. Shravan succumbs to Mishra's niece (Sunaina). The Don does not affirm of this relation in view of past fight amongst Bhagwan and Shravan. Shravan endeavors to win Sunaina for marriage and turns into an effective boxer while attempting to maintain a strategic distance from striking back from the Don.

Movie Review -

Star Rating

The promising boxer has certainty and belief in his capacities. He declines to bow down to the strong obstacle, which does not run down too good with Bareilly's neighborhood don and boxing organizer Bhagwandas Mishra. Used to flourishing with individuals' weaknesses and dread, Shravan's self-conviction is seen as insubordination. Bhagwandas takes away his freedom and guarantees him his fate. Then Shravan start liking Bhagwandas' niece Sunaina.

Politics of caste, games and working environment, Mukkabaaz showes a aggression on system and dishonest community with a mix of fondness and amusing nature. The wretchedness of the general class that triggers the standard father-child, husband-wife exchange has been caught with perfect accuracy by Kashyap. These are a portion of the best snapshots of the film. While the film is basically a romantic tale that terrains some hard punches on the social marks of shame through boxing. The one including proficient boxer Neeraj Goyat will tie you at your seat.

The casting takes a great part in making Mukkabaaz incomprehensibly powerful. Vineet Kumar Singh's thorough boxing administration pays off as he resembles a boxer, who is sufficiently fit to box without a doubt. His endeavors to sink his teeth into his requesting character are praiseworthy. Zoya Hussain makes a fabulous presentation as Sunaina, the feisty young lady who declines to be a hapless casualty regardless of the conditions. Ravi Kishan conveys an intense execution and makes his essence felt. Lastly, Jimmy Sheirgill is remarkable in a negative part as the oppressor of the resigned. Music author Rachita Arora, DJ Nucleya and Divine merit a unique say for the throbbing soundtrack that additionally helps the story.

Songs - 

1. "Paintra" (Singer - Divine)
2.  "Mushkil Hai Apna Meil Priye" (Singer - Brijesh Shandilya)
3. "Paintra" Extended Version (Singer - Divine )
4. "Bahut Hua Samman" (Singer - Swaroop Khan)
5. "Bahut Dukha Mann" (Singer - Rachita Arora and Dev Arijit)
6. "Chhipkali" (Singer - Vijay Arora)
7. "Saade Teen Baje" (Singer - Khushboo Raj)
8. "Adhura Main" (Singer - Deepak Thakur)
9. "Bahut Hua Samman" EDM Version (Singer - Swaroop Khan and Rap by Jaspreet Jasz)
10. "Haathapai" (Singer - Sukhwinder Singh)

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