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Watch 31st October Full Movie Online Download (2016)

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31st October is an Indian Punjabi film written and produced by Harry Sachdeva and directed by Shivaji Lotan Patil. The film, based on a true story, focuses on the aftermath of Indira Gandhi’s assassination which occurred on 31 October 1984. Starring Vir Das and Soha Ali Khan, it is set to release on 21 October 2016.
Watch 31st October Full Movie Online Download (2016)

Watch 31st October Full Movie Online Download (2016)

IMDB Rating: N/A /10 from N/A votes
Release: 2016 / 31st October ( Hindi | Punjabi)
Genres: Action | Drama | History | Thriller
Director: Shivaji Lotan Patil
Language: Hindi | Panjabi
Stars: Soha Ali Khan, Lakhwinder Lakha, Nagesh Bhonsle
REVIEW: On 31st October 1984, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards. The act ignited instant hatred towards members of the Sikh community. Thousands of Sikhs lost their lives. Some Hindus helped their Sikh brothers, while others butchered them
These aren’t just facts strung together. They also happen to be the paper-thin plot of 31st October. Devinder (Vir Das), Tejinder (Soha Ali Khan) and their three children lock themselves in their house as the city of New Delhi burns outside. Their friends from the other side of town struggle to dodge the rioters and get to them.
A story as simple as that has been embellished with a dozen unnecessary characters (each one’s death adding to the runtime), lessons on the Sikh community, Sonu Nigam singing over slo-mo riot scenes and a B-story of blossoming love, that is altogether forgotten 15 minutes into the movie.
Entirely too much time is spent on the set-up, the first half is dialogue-heavy but characters seem to ramble and the sound is terrible. When actors speak, you feel them dubbing the lines right there, next to you.
Producer-writer Harry Sachdeva’s heart must have been in the right place, but a lot else wasn’t. In parts, the movie ends up looking like a dramatic reenactment of riots from a crime show.

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