Crew review: Tabu, Kareena and Kriti’s film is easy-breezy masala entertainer

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Fasten your seatbelts, ladies and gentlemen, because Crew is about to take you on a laugh-out-loud joyride! You’ll enjoy this entertaining popcorn flick not just for its humour, but also for its heartwarming element.

Crew Plot

Director Rajesh A Krishnan’s Crew, released on 29 March 2024, introduces us to Geeta Sethi (Tabu), Jasmine (Kareena Kapoor Khan), and Divya Rana (Kriti Sanon). These three gorgeous flight attendants are the epitome of #squadgoals, coping with the turbulence of working for the, let’s say, ‘almost bankrupt’ Kohinoor Airlines, led by chairman Vijay Walia (Saswata Chatterjee) – whose resemblance to a certain real-life airline honcho is coincidental (wink wink).

Coming back to the plot, the world of the three air hostesses turns upside down when they discover a deceased colleague with a secret stash of gold. This discovery sparks a heist plan so outrageous, it guarantees nonstop entertainment. Produced by Anil Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor, Ektaa R Kapoor, and Shobha Kapoor, the film boasts a star-studded cast that even includes cameos by Diljit Dosanjh and Kapil Sharma.

Crew review: What works

Crew’s real stars are its leading ladies. Throughout the movie, Tabu, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Kriti Sanon are a sight to behold. Imagine: Stunning flight attendant uniforms, chic casual clothes, impeccable makeup, flawless hairstyles – these ladies look stunning, on duty and off duty.

However, these women are much more than just eye candy. The characters deliver their lines with comedic genius, demonstrating a fierce independence and camaraderie that will make you wish you were part of their crew. There’s something refreshing about seeing a film where female leads take centre stage, and they prove to be strong, funny, and messy at the same time – all while looking fabulous.

Crew review: What’s turbulent

Even though Crew begins smoothly, it runs into a few hiccups halfway through. A few stretches of the plot are predictable, and the pacing dips slightly. Moreover, Diljit Dosanjh and Kapil Sharma’s cameos, while exciting on paper, seemed underused. The product placement can also get a bit overwhelming at times.

Crew film review: Final verdict

Despite these minor hiccups, Crew is a thoroughly enjoyable flight…oh, I mean, film. With stunning visuals, engaging music, and witty dialogues, you’ll be engaged throughout the movie. This film celebrates the power of female friendship in a light and breezy way, without getting bogged down in sentimentality.

So, do we recommend watching Crew? Absolutely!

Gather your besties, grab some popcorn, and get ready for a laugh-filled adventure. Crew is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser that will leave you with a smile on your face.

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