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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Gulabo Sitabo Twitter Review: Ayushmann and Amitabh’s film is a close battle between comedy & a drag

Gulabo Sitabo features Ayushmann Khurrana and Amitabh Bachchan as the tenant and the landlord, always arguing with each other. The movie hit Prime Video last night and it was in no time that Gulabo Sitabo Twitter review was trending on social media, and continues to.

The movie, if you ask me, is a hearty comedy and the climax is sure to leave everyone in splits. However, it looks like all the wait for getting there is what the real problem is for the viewers. The setting of the film is old Lucknow and it is a cinematic treat in that sense, courtesy Shoojit Sircar.

However, if you talk about Gulabo Sitabo twitter review, we don’t know what to make of it, since it has been mixed. None the less, what most of the viewers do agree on is how the end it meets is one that is sure to leave you smiling, for it rightly deserves that appreciation.

Check out Gulabo Sitabo Twitter review here:


As can be seen, some feel the movie was very slow while others seem to have enjoyed the acting and the constant ‘knok jhok.’ None the less, a section of the viewers found the movie too slow, especially since it was watched at home and is supposed to be a light-hearted comedy.

Yet, many have been raving about the movie for more reasons than just the story. Amitabh as Mirza and Ayushmann as Baankey are two people who seem to entertain us just fine. However, other supporting characters are entertaining just as much, like Begum or Baankey’s sister.

What we have here as the Gulabo Sitabo Twitter review is everything that the movie is made up of. However, if you ask me my verdict, I’d say give it a watch. None the less, it is totally okay to forward bits of it!

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