Tumhari Sulu Reviews

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  • 70 The Times of India | Srijana Mitra Das

    A happy-go-lucky Mumbai suburban housewife Sulochana, fondly known as Sulu, lands the role of a night RJ, resulting in drastic changes to her routine life.

  • 70 Rediff | Aseem Chhabra

    Despite its love for feel-good, Tumhari Sulu isn't stuck in a fool's paradise and confronts the conflicts thrown in its path, feels Sukanya Verma.

  • 80 NDTV | Saibal Chatterjee

    Vidya Balan Wins Us Over With A Charming Film

  • 80 Deccan Chronicle | Rohit Bhatnagar

    Tumhari Sulu is a slice of life film which is worth your ticket price. It is engaging and has a massive social message. Don't miss this riveting tale of a middle class housewife-cum-radio jockey. You will definitely come out of the theatres with tears of joy!