Inspired by a French short film L'Accordeur aka The Piano Tuner (2010) by Olivier Treiner, Andhadhun tells the story of a blind pianist who is called to perform a private concert at the residence of a yesteryear, now-faded actor Pramod Sinha.
"What is life? It depends on the liver."
This is a blockbuster year for Ayushmann Khurrana and back to back box office one after another. One of the most definitive roles of his career so far and still plays safe with his limitations. The one actually shines throughout the movie is Tabu and talking about her character she is unpredictable in every scene that's the way she performed it, No clue what's on her mind. The background score is interesting and is a tribute to 1970s Hindi cinema. Radhika Apte delivered a refreshingly natural performance like she did it in Sacred Games and sadly nothing much to boost her acting carrier. In fact, she kicks starts the chain of events happened in the movie. Overall, Andhadhun is an enjoyable movie to watch alone and a fine attempt when it comes to the black comedy genre.
Verdict : Good
Tabu, Ayushmann Khurrana & Radhika Apte