Goodbye Movie Review: Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna's Top-Notch Performances | Newmoviereviews

Goodbye Movie Review: Vikas Bahl once again wins hearts with storytelling

Director: Vikas Bahl

Music Director: Amit Trivedi

Goodbye Movie Cast:

Amitabh Bachchan, Rashmika Mandanna, Pavail Gulati, Sunil Grover, Neena Gupta, Sahil Mehta, Elli AvrRam, Abhishekh Khan, Shivin Narang, Ashish Vidyarthi, Arun Bali, Neelu Kohli

Release date and box office collection:

Goodbye was released in theatres on 7th October 2022 & has a worldwide collection of Rs 9.10 crore after 7 days of business.

Goodbye Movie Review: Story

The film begins with a scene in a bar where we can see advocate Tara (Rashmika Mandanna) celebrating her first win. In order to shoot a video of her dance, she rejected an incoming call from her father Harish (Amitabh Bachchan). The phone got switched off due to insufficient charge in it, so she had given her phone to the waiter for charging. The next morning she came to know from the waiter of the bar who came to return her phone that her dad informed him about her mother Gayatri’s (Neena Gupta) death when he received his call.

She was blank for a moment after hearing the news. She arrived for the final ritual but she doesn’t believe in all these rituals. She is very upset for being unable to say Goodbye to her mother and inform her about her victory. The rest of the family members including her elder brother Karan (Pavail Gulati) and his wife Daisy (Elli AvrRam), younger brother Nakul (Abhishekh Khan), and Harish’s adopted son Angad (Sahil Mehta) also arrived for the final ritual. The rest of the story revolves around how as a family they stay united during these rituals.

Goodbye Movie Review: Performances & Analysis

Director Vikas Bahl rarely upsets audiences with his storytelling. If you have watched his movies like Queen, Shaandaar, and Super 30 then you know his storytelling pattern which keeps the audience engaged. Goodbye is no exception; he has beautifully shown how a family comprising members with different ideologies stays united during bad times. At the same time, he showcased how most parents are deprived of the love of their children.

Amitabh Bachchan as Harish is a perfect kind of husband and a good father who not only loved and cared for her wife while she was alive but also supported their children with their decisions to become what they wanted to be in life.

Rashmika Mandanna as Tara will catch your attention from the first scene with her dance then a solid performance as a responsible daughter and loving & caring sister. Shivin Narang as Tara’s boyfriend Mudassar Singh didn’t get much scope to show his potential.

Apart from Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna if anyone catches your attention even with a little screen presence then it was Sunil Grover whose character of a Pandit changes the pace of the narrative. He was able to make Tara understand how our loved ones remain with us as memory even after their death.

The background music and the entire presentation of those scenes in Rishikesh were amazing. Also, the emotional scenes as well as the animated parts showing the love story of Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta were a visual treat.

Pavail Gulati, Sahil Mehta, and Ashish Vidyarthi provided decent performances with their respective characters. The music director Amit Trivedi, Editor A. Sreekar Prasad, and cinematographer by Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti also contributed well.

Final Words

Goodbye, a family drama by director Vikas Bahl is good for a one-time watch for the storytelling and top-notch performances by Amitabh Bachchan, Rashmika Mandanna, & Sunil Grover.

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