Soorma Movie Review & Critics

Soorma Movie Review & Critics

What Is The Review Score Of Soorma?

The Review Score Of The Soorma Is 50%.

The Reasons Why Soorma Got A Positive Review?

  • The Review Of The Movie Is Positive 88% (Reviewed By Expert).
  • User Review 2.40/5(Which Means To Medium).
  • Experienced Directors Gave This Movie A Positive Review.
  • The Movie Is About Biography, Drama, Sport.
  • Sports Scenes Are Very Good As Well.
  • IMDb Rated The Movie 7.4/10 Which Is Very Medium.
  • Considering All Information This Movie Has Full Positive Review.

Soorma Rating Analysis:

  • Ratings: 2.0/5
  • Review By: Rohit Vats
  • Website: Hindustan Times
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Sandeep was around 20 when he was shot. On that front, Diljit looks older, but this is least of his problems. His body language isn’t exactly like that of a hockey player. The difference is even more evident when Sandeep’s real life brother and a hockey player, Bikramjeet (as Pakistani player Tanveer), shares scenes with Diljit.


  • Ratings: 3.5/5
  • Review By: Ronak Kotecha
  • Website: Times Of India
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So if you want to know when, why, how and what happened to Sandeep Singh, Soorma is the name of the game. It is a story told with its heart in the right place, and on that count it scores. Only that, it shows you the reality, minus the melodrama.

  • Ratings: 2.5/5
  • Review By: Shubhra Gupta
  • Website: Indian Express
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The moment it shifts track, and starts building up its lead into a hero, background music blaring, and the sporting blood-and-sweat shoved into the background, it becomes your standard ‘rona-dhona’ fare. A bhangra song-and-dance is bunged in. And the hockey gets drowned in tears.

  • Ratings: 2.0/5
  • Review By: Saibal Chatterjee
  • Website: NDTV
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Dosanjh cannot be faulted. He makes the best of a bad deal. Pannu, an actress who always gives the impression that she is sailing through with ease, does her bit to give Soorma its rare convincing moments. Angad Bedi has a meaty role – he digs his teeth into it and steals many a scene. Satish Kaushik, in the role of Sandeep’s travelling salesman-father, adds a few bright spots to Soorma.


  • Ratings: 2.0/5
  • Review By: Anna MM
  • Website: Firstpost
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The path to his rehabilitation centre is immersive. From the moment he gets there though, Soorma becomes superficial.

To make matters worse, Harpreet in the second half suddenly becomes a spare wheel in Sunny’s tale, with motivations that come across as flimsy and somewhat stupid. The result is that the excitement is lost and the narrative becomes insipid.

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