Check out this awesome movie review of ‘Crew’! Tabu, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Kriti Sanon team up for a thrilling and fun heist!

Check out this awesome movie review of ‘Crew’! Producers Rhea Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor have really nailed the chick flick genre in an industry that’s all about macho stuff. It’s about time we got to see some amazing female bonding on screen, right? In ‘Crew’, directed by Rajesh Krishnan and supported by Kapoor and Kapoor, we get to celebrate friendships that form in the workplace, all while a hilarious heist comedy unfolds. Three incredible women, Tabu, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Kriti Sanon, find themselves working together at an airline company that’s on the brink of bankruptcy. And let me tell you, the circumstances they face lead them to do some pretty unlawful things, but they manage to have a blast while committing the crime. The end result is a funny and lighthearted situational comedy that takes you on an easy, breezy ride with some fantastic performances.

I could really sense that the three leading ladies had an absolute blast while working on ‘Crew,’ and that energy definitely translated well onto the screen. We all know Tabu’s incredible talent and her knack for comedy (I instantly thought of ‘Biwi No 1’!), and Kareena Kapoor Khan with her expressive eyes always grabs attention with her on-screen presence. But you know what? Kriti Sanon holds her own too, sharing the screen with these two amazing actors. They portray characters who become friends in the movie, and the camaraderie and bond between them are portrayed so well. Now, let’s talk about the story of ‘Crew’! Geeta (played by Tabu), Jessica (played by Kareena), and Divya (played by Kriti) are flight attendants for Kohinoor Airlines, which is on the verge of going bankrupt. They haven’t been paid for the last six months, and life is getting tough for them. Geeta wants to use her Provident Fund to start a business in Goa with her husband (played by Kapil Sharma), Jessica dreams of the good life and needs funding for her start-up, and Divya is struggling to pay off her loans on time. During a flight to the Middle East, the three of them are taken off the plane by customs officers, who suspect them of smuggling gold and investigating a supervisor’s death. Did the ladies actually smuggle gold out of India? And if so, how did they do it? Caught in these unusual circumstances, the three of them hatch a plan for the ultimate heist, aiming to outsmart the owner of Kohinoor and reclaim what rightfully belongs to them.


When it comes to the writing in this heist comedy, you might find the comedy a bit over the top at times. But hey, that’s what makes it fun, right? Nidhi Mehra and Mehul Suri did a great job with the screenplay, giving us some relatable moments and snappy dialogues that really liven up even the most ordinary scenes. And let me tell you, Tabu steals the show with her deadpan style, delivering the best lines in her own unique way. Now, let’s talk about the cast. Tabu and Kareena, in particular, really go all out with their performances, and surprisingly, it works perfectly with the screenplay. It’s hilarious how Tabu can switch from being over-the-top to having this deadpan expression that just makes you laugh out loud. And Kareena, she looks absolutely stunning throughout the film and nails the role of Jessica, a street-smart girl who knows how to get away with anything. She brings just the right amount of confidence that a slightly selfish character like Jessica needs. And we can’t forget about Kriti! She plays Divya Rana, a diligent and slightly unsure character. She’s been a top student her whole life, but now she’s had to swallow her pride and take on a job as an air hostess with no salary. Her dreams of giving her family and herself a comfortable life are on the line, and Kriti really brings out the struggle and determination in her character.


The three main actresses in this movie have such great onscreen chemistry, and they’re all perfectly cast. They come from different age groups and are dealing with relatable problems that many people their age face. We’ve got a woman in her early 50s who’s planning to withdraw her Provident Fund and retire in Goa with her husband. Then there’s a single mother who’s struggling to pay her child’s school fees while juggling a demanding job. And let’s not forget about the overweight air hostess who’s afraid of being grounded, and the straight-A student who wants to provide a comfortable life for her loved ones. Now, let’s talk about the guys in the movie. Diljit Dosanjh plays a custom officer who’s smitten with Kriti Sanon’s character. Saswata Chatterjee portrays Vijay Walia, a character inspired by Vijay Mallya, but he’s definitely funnier. And we also have Rajesh Sharma as Mittal, the head of HR at Kohinoor. Oh, and keep an eye out for Kapil Sharma and Kulbhushan Kharbanda, who make cameo appearances. The male characters are there to support the leading ladies, never overshadowing them in any way.
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