Shakuntala Devi Movie Review : Vidya’s Acting Win Hearts


Bollywood actress Vidya Balan has once played the magic of her best performance through the film Shakuntala Devi. Shakuntala Devi released on Amazon Prime Video on July 31. Fans are very fond of this film. The story of the film and Vidya Balan are being praised on social media.

One user wrote that Vidya Balan is a true actor. Each time he is surprised by his magnificent work. At the same time, another user gave his reaction about the film and said that all the actors have done excellent acting. Vidya influences Balan’s energetic acting. The relationship between mother and daughter in the film is quite emotional. Apart from this, the story of the film is also being praised.

Talking about the film’s story, it begins in a small village in Bangalore, where Shankutla Devi is born. Right from the age of 5, people get a special talent for the maths of Shakuntala. Due to poverty, Shakuntala Devi’s father makes her talent a source of employment. Shakuntala gets frequent shows and the same amount of money is spent on household expenses. Meanwhile, there are some incidents in the family of Shakuntala Devi that she starts hating her father.

In the film, Vidya played the role of Shakuntala Devi, popularly known as Math’s Genius and Human Computer. Apart from him in the film, stars like Sanya Malhotra, Amit Sadh, Jishu Sengupta have acted. In the film, you will get to see the full dose of entertainment-drama. The film is directed by Anu Menon. The songs of the film are also very good. The script has been written by Nayanika Mahtani and dialogues Ishita Moitra.

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