Mukti Bhawan

(2017)
1 hrs 39 mins | Drama 07 April, 2017
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A dilemma and impasse of a son whose father is prepared to die but in Varanasi, in Mukti Bhawan, a hostel for the soon-to-die voyagers.
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Glamsham.com
By Vishal Verma (4/5)

Beautiful. The art of dying gracefully and knowing your near and dear ones the most when you are going to 'stay forever'.. MUKTI BHAWAN (HOTEL SALVATION - English title) is heart warming, funny, gentle and a rare take on life and relationship by the 25-years-old young helmer Shubhashish Bhutiani (his previous live-action short-film KUCH was shortlisted for the Oscars in 2013).

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Ndtv.com
By Saibal Chatterjee (4.5/5)

Ageing and mortality lie at the heart of the achingly tender Mukti Bhawan. But, more than anything else, this subtly comic and profoundly wise film celebrates life and its complex truths and revelations. As it glides seamlessly between intimations of death and the pleasures - and inevitable pressures - of living, it juxtaposes its underlying humour with a deep sense of humanity. It at once breaks your heart and lifts your spirits. In the process, it casts a near-hypnotic spell, transporting the audience to a zone of consciousness of the kind that Hindi cinema rarely penetrates.

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Koimoi.com
By Surabhi Redkar (3.5/5)

Dayashankar Sharma a 77 year old retired teacher, has an ominous dream that he interprets to be a sign of his death. He is certain that his time has come and hence starts to urge his son Rajiv (Adil Hussain) to take to him to the ghats of Ganga for his final innings.After much discussion, Rajiv is left with no choice but to listen to his aging father and enroll him at Mukti Bhawan. The place houses people who are expected to die within 15 days as they are on the brink of life and death.

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