Varun Dhawan reviews Vidhu Vinod Chopra's film 12th Fail starring Vikrant Massey, Medha Shankar and others.
The movie 12th Fail, starring Vikrant Massey and directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, has been the buzz of the town for a long. The film narrates the real story of IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma and stars Vikrant Massey, Medha Shankar, and other notable actors. The film has won praise from the Bollywood business in addition to the love of its ardent audience. Varun Dhawan is the most recent celebrity to add his praise for the movie to the long list of celebs who have done so.
Varun Dhawan posted a poster for the 12th Fail on his Instagram story. The Jugg Jugg Jeeyo actor wrote, “This film has to be one of the most beautiful films I have seen in a long long time thank you for this. @medhashankar @vidhuvinodchoprafilms @vikrantmassey Kya baat hai yaar” accompanied by a clap emoji.
Vikrant re-shared it on his Instagram stories and wrote, “Ab toh Hero No.1 ne bhi bol dya!!! Thanks a ton VD. Much much love brother.” He added a heart and hug emoji.
Earlier, Vicky Kaushal also took to his social media account to review 12th Fail. He called the film ‘Best Film of the Year’. He wrote: “Speechless! Bohat roya par dil khush ho gya. The best film, the best performance and the best story of the year. What a cinematic triumph! @vidhuvinodchoprafilms I tip my hat off to you Sir". Talking about Virkant, the actor wrote: "jald hi milkar gale lagna hai. Such an inspiring performance."
Alia Bhatt was also all praise for the film. She wrote: “One of the most beautiful films I have seen in a while! With such fabulous performances.. Just too too too beautiful!!!!” (red heart emojis). @vikrantmassey you were SO SO spectacular I am in awe! @medhashankr heart and soul of Manoj’s journey.. so special and fresh and all things heartwarming! @anantvjoshi outstanding!”
Vikrant Massry starrer became the highest-rated Indian film on IMDb, which is a major accomplishment for the film. The biographical drama has taken the top spot on IMDb's list of the best 250 Indian films, earning an impressive 9.2 out of 10.