Renuka Vyavahare of The Times of India writes: “A funeral drama, tragicomedy, satire on death, conflict between old and new values and closure…Vikas Bahl’s film tries to juggle genres and time.”
Okay, so that’s the not-so-critical part of the review. Most reviewers have been rather critical of this story of how a family deals with the passing of a loved one. The final goodbye.
With Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta and Rashmika Mandanna in the lead, one expected better.
Last weekend we said ‘Vikram Vedha’ (Hindi) held promise at the BO but seem to have been proven wrong, if one were to go by published numbers.
At least this weekend, we know that ‘Goodbye’ is not going to set the BO on fire. So all we’re saying is, it sounds like a good watch, going by the theme and the cast.
Here’s the official trailer. Do let us know how it went, if you do end up watching the film.
We believe that the humour has been done right, going by the trailer. Who says funerals have to be tears-only affairs?