At a time when Bollywood is packed with tried and tested films such as Jab Harry Met Sejal, Tubelight, Baadshaho and others, Newton steps in as the much-needed change. Featuring talented actor Rajkummar Rao, the Amit Masurkar directional venture has already won hearts of film critics across the globe. Focusing on some important themes, the movie is coming on September 22 at a theatre near you. Right from powerhouse Rajkummar Rao to film’s incredible craft and storytelling, here’s why you shouldn’t miss Newton for anything.
Crucial themes such as demonetisation and election
The film focuses on hard-hitting issues such as election, corruption, election, lack of education and demonetisation. These themes are extremely important to the nation because these are the very problems that bother our society currently. The makers have focused into such misconducts and put them onto the big screen so that the audience can get enlightened about such critical issues.
Another top reason to watch Newton is none other than Rajkummar Rao. After playing Pritam Vidrohi in Bareilly Ki Barfi, the actor plays a righteous government official named Newton Kumar. Newton as an angry and sincere character, is on a mission to effect change.
Newton won the Jury Prize for Best Film at the Hong Kong International Film Festival. The film also received the CICAE prize in the prestigious and globally recognized Berlin International Film Festival and also got officially selected in Tribeca Film Festival.
Breath of fresh air
With all the mess going around with confused citizen, various political parties and infinite corruption cases, Newton promises good inspiration to people. Furthermore, with Hindi mainstream commercial films piling up, movie buffs are in dire need of a worth watching movie to spend their money on.
Besides Rajkummar Rao, Newton also features talented actors such as Pankaj Tripathi and Sanjay Mishra. Their screen presence is another reason why you should watch Newton.
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