Panchayat (Amazon Prime) Full Review – Watch Movies Online

Panchayat (Amazon Prime) Full Review

Panchayat (Amazon Prime) Full Review

Average Ratings: 3.5/5

Release Date: 3rd April 2020

Genres: Romance, Drama

Duration Time: Unknown

Average Score 100% Positive

Reviews Counted: 5

Panchayat Reviews:


Ratings: 3.5/5

Review By: Ektaa (Critic)

Website: Indian Express

Though some areas need work, the accents of the lead characters are all over the place. They seemed to have picked up whatever rural accent they were comfortable with, and rolled with it. Jitendra who hails from Rajasthan, even let an ‘apan’ slip, a go-to personal pronoun rampant in the region, but it is not really heard in UP.

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Ratings: 3.5/5

Review By: Jindal (Critic)

Website: Mashable

All said and done, there is a road bump ahead. Panchayat isn’t exactly an inferno that builds up into something. It’s more like a slow burning flame that towards the end might sputter and extinguish without much fanfare. It might get a little drab once the novelty of all that’s fun and good wears off. It gets a little pedantic then, which might drive away some people. But I don’t see that as some major dealbreaker; I kind of expected it all throughout, so this was better.

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Ratings: 3/5

Review By: Priyanka (Critic)

Website: The Week

Panchayat does not go for dramatic moments that would bring in drastic changes in the arc of any of its characters. It focuses, instead, on the regular life – like having instant noodles in the busy-ness of the day; the daily grind – something as simple as explaining to your mom on the phone your daily routine and diet; the idea of ‘hang in there’ for some more time no matter how overbearing life seems

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Ratings: N/A

Review By: Sarswati (Critic)

Website: NewsMinute

Raghuvir Yadav is such a pleasure to watch and he nails the accent, body language and minute facial expressions so well, you forget it’s an actor playing a part. Jitendra Kumar is forced to spend too much time looking clueless which starts getting a tad repetitive after a while.

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Ratings: N/A

Review By: Priyanka (Critic)

Website: News18

The world of Phulera is etched out in all its provincial hues by Amitabh Singh’s innovative camerawork with plenty of high angle shots, Anurag Saikia’s lively background score, Tarpan Shrivastava’s meticulous production design and Priyadarshini Muzumdar’s costumes.

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