Average Rating: 4/5
Overall Rating: 4.5/5
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Bhumi Pednekar, Divyendu, Sudhir Pandey, Anupam Kher
Director: Shree Narayan Singh
Duration: 2 hours 41 minutes
Story: Determined worker Keshav (Akshay) serenades liberal-scholar Jaya (Bhumi), a lady from his neighboring town in Uttar Pradesh. They wed however it doesn’t strike Keshav to disclose to her that his home doesn’t have a Toilet. This at that point turns into the reason for Jaya to petition for a separation.
According to Khaleej Times Toilet Movie could’ve been shorter.
The first part of the film is fresh and firmly pressed, however, the same can’t be said in regards to the next half. After interim, the film has a tendency to get somewhat sermonizing yet that is normal on the off chance that you have a much-begging to be proven wrong subject like open defecation to be tended to. It may feel somewhat unsurprising yet it is not something you can’t sit through. Neeraj Pandey, after his last film, M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story doesn’t frustrate with this one.
–Excerpt From Khaleej Times
According to Gulf Times Toilet Movie doesn’t disappoint the audience.
Since it starts as a romantic tale, a great deal relies upon their science and they don’t baffle. They are enchanting as a couple and their sentimental capers are charming. It might be somewhat vexing to see 49-year-old Kumar play an unhitched male who is 36 and being struck by a twenty-something lady, however since the on-screen character is age-opposing he appears to pull off the part. Indeed, even the bits where he takes after her perseveringly is a sketchy method for romance, yet Kumar figures out how to make it less frightening with his alluring on-screen nearness.
– Excerpt From Gulf Times