Deals very realistically with current issues in India
Review: I think the director has put down a lot of effort for this sensitive subject. Good job John
Mathew. All the best for your future.
Review: The film in an overall view is an excellent movie. And it would definitely rate high, seeing
other Hindi films. It is a good change in the midst of love-oriented, sentimental action movies. Director
Mathew has to be appreciated for showing the real status of Muslims in Pakistan, which very few
of us know about. The character of Ghulam Hassan is very well depicted. The dialogues in the last scene
are striking. The director has not let the chance for the Muslims who had moved to
Pakistan during Partition in his last scene, the encounter between Ghulam Hassan and ACP
Rathod. The music is good. The actor playing Inspector Salim has to be given an award for his supporting performance.
About the rest, needless to say. Rating: Good
Name: S Mukherjee
Title: It was a welcome break!!
Review: After having so many bad releases, Sarfarosh was like "Water in desert". It was very good
in all ways and Aamir was excellent. The topic was different but seemed very realistic. Another thing
to be appreciated was, it showed the police in an intelligent manner. All my best wishes for
the movie.. Well done, John Mathew!
Review: An excellent movie which can be raved from start to finish. Aamir is the best actor
in India today, a known truth which I chose to reinstate... The reason being, in the movie we see
ACP Rathore and not Aamir... That is brilliant.... The movie has a no-nonsense approach to it... It
speaks about a bold point in a fine tune... There are many pluses in the movie... Music.. Story..
Direction... Choreography... and above all... excellent portrayal by Aamir... Naseeruddin Shah.. and
Mukesh Rishi... Kudos to director John Mathew and Aamir...who have worked hard and made an
Name: Mukesh Sabnis
Review:Great Movie !
Name: nirav shah
Review: The film is excellent and Aamir has acted his part as usual ( in the best manner as possible).
Name: priti Jain
Review: Excellent movie, it was a pleasure as always to watch Aamir Khan. Job well done.
Review: Dear John, greatly made movie. Excellent work. Hope you will make such nice and clean
movie in future also. Congrats once again. Bye Simant
Review:Best movie of the time.
Review: In my opinion, this was an absolutely brilliant film. My congratulations to John Mathew for
tackling such a subject and giving us such a classy film. This is surely one of Aamir's best films.
Name: Vishal Bhatia
Review: It was an excellent movie. I don't know after how many months I have such a very
good movie. Actually, everything was good. Right from Aamir, Sonali, Naseer, songs, choreography,
story, direction etc. Actually it was very well structured, and not even for a second did we lose
interest. A very serious topic was managed with commercial variety. Full marks to everyone in the
team and specially to Aamir for his excellent performance.
Name: Rahul Patel
Review: Two enthusiastic thumbs up!! After a long time Bollywood has come up with a good film.
Great acting by Aamir Khan and rest of the cast. Deals very realistically with current issues in India.
Review:One of the best movies of recent releases. Worth seeing at least once.
Name: B Himanshu
Title: This is just a beginning...
Review: Seems to be an excellent work as the director, writer and
producer John Mathew; who lifts himself from the world of
creativity & advertising leaves no stone unturned to achieve
better than the best for the efforts he has pumped in to make
Sarfarosh a real waving success.
Last but not least, `when love &
art work together always expect a masterpiece' -- John Ruskin.
again congrats & all the best for the future endeavours to John
Mathew -- we shall expect much more & more hits from him . . .
Name: Shakil Shamji
Review: The best thing that comes out of Sarfarosh is its portrayal of the Indian Muslim.
Being a Muslim myself I think this movie has a message for everybody, that not all Muslims in India
are pro-Pakistani and that being a Muslim does not automatically make you Pakistani!! Excellent
film. We need more directors like John Mathew who can project the secular image of India in an
intelligent manner. Kudos to Aamir Khan, Mukesh Rishi and Naseeruddin Shah for an absolutely
flawless performance. A must-see for those who think that Indian Muslims don't belong to
Review: I think this is a great film . Before this film I loved Aamir Khan for his genuine Acting , but
now I respect him . He has done what our Hindu actors Amitabh And others could not do. I
remember him once criticising Amitabh for not doing any film for the country when he was such a
established star. His point was that once you become superstar , please just follow what you do.
He has done what he promised. He has taken a big risk, as he knows that this won't be a super hit
film and May not fall in line with his Romantic Image. He has played a real strong role in displaying
what Pakistan is doing. He is real 'Raja Hindustani'.
Note: Mr Shahrukh, now you would have
understood why he is the most loved star of today and not you as you claim.
Review: What do you mean by "you hope some moments were approached differently", please
don't try to make hidden comments, a little more clarity will be appreciated next time. Sarfarosh is a
Title: Excellent and Realistic
Review: Sarfarosh is must-see film for every Indian. It clearly shows how Pakistan is waging a
proxy war against India, still masking its real intentions under the name of cultural exchange. The title
song is too good to miss so don't miss the beginning. The ghazal by Jagjit Singh is also superb. The
film never loses its grip over the audience and is packed with thrilling moments throughout. U will
certainly miss something if u miss Sarfarosh.
Review:Who is Shahrukh khan? Please provide details. PU
Review: Sarfarosh is a very compact and focussed film, not deviating
from its main script. It has shown that a topical story can be easily
blended in mainstream cinema and keep the audience glued to
their seats till very last frame.