Ayushmann Khurrana ‘s Doctor G Hindi Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Doctor G Movie Review: One actor in the Hindi film business who makes an effort to choose fresh scripts and offer them to audiences in a fun way is Ayushmann Khurrana. Despite the fact that his most recent films didn’t perform well at the box office, Ayushmann has once again produced a film with a strong story and message called “Doctor G,” which was just released in theatres today. Let’s go into the in-depth assessment of this film to find out if it’s as entertaining as Ayushmann’s other blockbusters.


Doctor G Movie Review Story

Uday Gupta is the lone male student in the gynecology department. Because of his hesitation, his students experience chaos, uncertainty, humor, and finally a profound sense of brotherhood. Although Uday first struggles with his employment, he eventually realizes the importance of his profession and strives to improve in order to better understand the problems of his patients.

Cast & Crew

Ayushmann Khurrana, Shefali Shah, Rakul Preet Singh, Sheeba Chadha, Abhinay Raj Singh, Paresh Pahuja, Jhumma Mitra, and others are featured in the Doctor G movie’s main cast. Anubhuti Kashyap is the film’s director, and Vineet Jain and Amrita Pandey are its producers. Eeshit Narain is in charge of the cinematography, and Amit Trivedi is in charge of the music. They were written by Vishal Wagh and Saurabh Bharat, the story for this film.

Movie Name Doctor G
Director Anubhuti Kashyap
Music Director Amit Trivedi
Producer Vineet Jain, Amrita Pandey
Genre Comedy, Drama
Cast Ayushmann Khurrana, Shefali Shah, Rakul Preet Singh, Sheeba Chaadha, Abhinay Raj Singh, Paresh Pahuja, Jhumma Mitra
Cinematography Eeshit Narain

Movie Verdict

One such film that will both make you laugh and think is Doctor G. This movie contains some amusing dialogue that will make you laugh right away but also help you understand the deeper significance of the event. The engaging first half of the film keeps us interested until the intermission. As the majority of the film is made in an enjoyable manner, the emotional parts in the second half may not have the same emotional impact as those in the first, but by the time the film is over, you will undoubtedly enjoy it and understand why it was done.

Ayushmann Khurrana selects some intriguing material for his acting roles, yet his performances in each film are consistently the same. He could try out some different roles that might test his acting skills so that viewers can see how his performance varies throughout films. Shefali Shah makes an impression as Dr. Nandini with her effortless acting. In her portrayal, Rakul Preet Singh is not particularly spectacular and has little screen presence.

Another performer who makes an impression with her performance is Sheeba Chaadha, who plays Ayushmann’s mother in the movie. All additional performers performed as needed for the plot.
Doctor G appears fine on paper. Amit Trivedi’s songs are enjoyable, and the background music fits the action well. Eeshit Narain’s cinematography is passable, and some of the movie’s frames have a vibrant appearance. With their unusual delivery, Sumit Saxena’s dialogue will undoubtedly make viewers giggle. The film’s production values are excellent.

Although audience members mainly were entertained with the film, director Anubhuti Kashyap may have disappointed them because everyone was looking forward to something new from Ayushmann Khurrana.
Overall, Doctor G is only mildly entertaining and veers off course in the second half. This film can be enjoyed for a few laughs, though.

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Minus Points:

2nd half

Rating: 3/5

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