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Cert 12A
153 mins
BBFC advice: Contains infrequent strong language, moderate violence, drug misuse, drug references

I am well into mopping up territory now and have literally ten minutes to gather my thoughts on the uplifting rap drama Gully Boy.
That's a shame because this was one of my favourite Indian movies of the year with stand-outs from its lead, Ranveer Singh and the ever-reliable Alia Bhatt.
Indeed, Bhatt's name is becoming the equivalent of a promise of a movie's quality.
Zoya Akhtar's film follows Murad - a young man who dreams of escaping his humdrum life through rap.
But while his high-achieving girlfriend, Safeena (Bhatt) believes in him, he has to fight hard for the breaks which will get him noticed
Both have difficult home lives - his rap is seen as worthless by an abusive father (Vijay Raaz) who brings home a much younger second wife and demands the family, including his first spouse, accepts her.
The shadow of domestic violence is forever shrouding any progress in love or work for Murad.
Meanwhile, Safeena is in danger of disgracing her family if they find about her wearing lipstick let alone having a boyfriend.
Gully Boy superbly pits modern and traditional India against each other. This is as clear a presentation of why the young and old don't see eye to eye as I have seen.
Ultimately, it is quite obvious on which side the film falls. It deems that for India's youth to progress, the shackles of the past must be broken.
Using rap as its vehicle is novel and exciting and Ranveer and Alia, with the help of the likes of Siddhant Chaturvedi and  Kalki Koechlin carry it off splendidly.

Reasons to watch: Beautifully presented story of modern versus traditional India
Reasons to avoid: A dab too much rap for my taste

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8.5/10

Did you know? Zoya Akhtar had the concept for a movie about Mumbai hip-hop culture after she met rapper Naezy and heard about the struggles of his life.

The final word. Zoya Akhtar: “This is not a biopic on Divine or Naezy. This is a completely fictional story. However, the film is inspired by them and their music. They even worked with me on the project to ensure that it remains authentic.”

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