Cast: Sonakshi Sinha, Kanan Gill, Purab Kohli, Smita Tambe and Manish Choudhary
Direction: Sunhil Sippy
Duration: 1 hour 56 minutes
Story: Noor wants to get into an issue based journalism but she has so many problems of her own self, like flawed love life, failing career and the weighty issues that she hardly concentrates. But suddenly, she comes across, alleged organ trade business.
Review: We never knew that Sonakshi Sinha is capable of this much.
Watching her play is the most disoriented thing about Noor and in this movie, we can see an actual flesh and bone person. You can related her as a girl and she boozes a lot on rum eats cake in the bed and often becomes third wheel on her friend’s date and often curses her life that she is single.
Noor(Sinha) wants to be the torchbearer of the serious issues and her childhood friend, Saad (Gill) gives her a pep talks and when she comes terms with her hot boyfriend Ayan (Kohli) her maid, Malti (Tambe) reveals secret of organ trade racket to her notice.
Director Sunhil Sippy has achieved success by not stereotyping them and also representing them as the Jhole Tote opinionated creatures. You can connect instantaneously with Noor and her friends as your world is same as her world.
If you talk about the script, the film is slightly overwritten but dialogues are mostly funny and tickle your funny bone. If I say, this is great debut to Sonakshi as an actor and meet her in the theatres as Noor.