Jaadugar Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Jaadugar Movie Review: With all of the TVF series, Jitendra Kumar, who is best known for his roles on small screens, once more released Jaadugar, a love story with elements of humor and drama. This time, the actor created a film that was exclusively available on Netflix’s OTT service. The movie’s trailer offered some entertaining moments. Let’s dive into the in-depth analysis of this film to see if we can stream its nearly three-hour length.


Jaadugar Movie Review


Meenu, a magician from a small town, develops feelings for a resident girl. A situation arises where he must guide the neighborhood football team in a tournament to the finals because he wants to marry his love. What is the relationship between football games and, how did Meenu, who has no interest in football, manage to lead the team?

Cast & Crew

Jitendra Kumar, Jaaved Jaaferi, and Arushi Sharma play the main roles in Jaadugar. The film is produced by Posham PA Pictures, with Sameer Saxena directing, Soumik Mukherjee handling the camera, and Dev Rao Jadhav editing.

Movie Name Jaadugar
Director Sameer Saxena
Music Director Hussain Haidry, Niloptal Bora
Producer Posham PA Pictures
Genre Comedy, Love, Sports, Drama
Cast Jitendra Kumar, Jaaved Jaaferi and Arushi Sharma
Editor Dev Rao Jadhav

Movie Verdict

Jitendra Kumar consistently creates scripts that are entertaining and worth watching. He has created a love story with elements of humour and drama that is connected to football. Despite the cast’s best efforts, the story plot and narration of the movie appear flat despite the numerous humorous scenes that will have you laughing throughout. With a few comedic scenes, the movie gets off to a good start and keeps going in a decent way. But once the football game starts, the movie becomes monotonous.
In his role as a magician, lover, and football player with a mission to accomplish, Jitendra Kumar excels once more. As a coach who inspires Meenu at all times, Jaaved Jaaferi is impressive. As Meenu’s love interest, Arushi Sharma looks stunning and does a great job on screen. The other actors all performed their roles well.
Jaadugar appears out of place technically. Soumik Mukherjee’s cinematography falls short of expectations and industry standards. In a few of the scenes, the Hussain Haidry song Niloptal Bora also sounds loud. Given that the movie seems a little drawn out, Dev Rao Jadhav might have cut a few scenes.
Last but not least, Jaadugar is a thrilling and emotional experience that will amuse you to some extent and is unquestionably worth watching.

Rating: 3/5

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