Our favourite Mawra Hocane’s Bollywood debut film has finally hit theatres – and Indian media loved her as sobbing Saru.
Read on to know what leading Indian publications say about her performance in the film…
Times of India
As long as the focus stays on its leads, the film does a good job. Harshavardhan, besides flaunting his perfectly chiseled torso and walking topless all through the film, give his angst some charm. Mawra matches up with her innocence and vulnerability. From Inder softening every time he is around Saraswati, to watching them goof around in Kheech Meri Photo, they are a treat from the word go.
Mawra Hocane, the Pakistani VJ, model and actor, is a delight to watch as Saru. She slips into the demure character with ease and her get-up certainly adds to her persona. She is confident and her innocence is endearing. You are one with her in her unrequited love, as also in her hour of grief.
Lead actress Mawra Hocane rises above it all, and shows us how effervescence can light up the screen. Someone give her another movie, quick.