One line Review: An emotionally appealing love story set at the backdrop of second world war and Indian Freedom Movement.
Positive Points: The film has a fresh story to offer and is driven by strong performances of the lead stars.
Negative Points: There are many loop holes in the film that sees par logic. The length of the film and its inability to keep the ... full Rangoon Review
The Times Of India
Meena Iyer (3.5/5)
The film is a war-romance set in pre-independent India. As is known, there were differing strands in the movement. Mahatma Gandhi adopted ahimsa to get freedom; Subhash Chandra Bose was the force behind the Indian National Army that got on the front foot to boot the enemy out. Even as this strife played out, Julia (Kangana), the daredevil actress of the 40's ruled hearts. Closer home, her married producer Russi Billimoria (Saif) is besotted with her and at the border, Jamadar Nawab Malik (Shahid) loves her to death. More »