Amitabh Bachchan’s Goodbye Hindi Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Goodbye Movie Review: Amitabh Bachchan, who starred in the critically acclaimed September release Brahmastra, has a new film, Goodbye, now in theatres. Rashmika Mandanna, an actress in the South, is making her way into the Hindi cinema industry with this film. If you want to know if the movie is any good and if Rashmika Mandanna had a successful Bollywood debut, read on for my in-depth assessment.

Goodbye Movie Review


Tara, devoted to her mother but always at odds with her father, abandons her family to pursue further education. Tara’s mother Gayathri takes care of everything and loves everyone despite the difficulties in their family. Any problems that emerge in the family are quickly resolved thanks to Gayathri, but her untimely death causes stress for her loved ones, who must now scramble to gather in India for her funeral. What happens next is where the narrative really gets going.

Cast & Crew

Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta, Rashmika Mandanna, Ashish Vidyarthi, Abhishek Khan, Sunil Grover, Hansa Singh, Pavail Gulati, Shayank Shukla, and others all play pivotal roles in the Goodbye film. Produced by Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor, Vikas Bahl, and Viraj Sawant, and written and directed by Vikas Bahl. The film’s cinematography was shot by Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti, and Amit Trivedi composed the score.

Movie Name Goodbye
Director Vikas Bahl
Music Director Amit Trivedi
Producer Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor, Vikas Bahl, Viraj Sawant
Genre Comedy, Drama
Cast Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta, Rashmika Mandanna, Ashish Vidyarthi, Abhishek Khan, Sunil Grover, Hansa Singh, Pavail Gulati, Shayank Shukla
Cinematography Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti

Movie Verdict

Entertainment, drama, and other qualities make Goodbye a candidate for a family audience. The movie deals with life, family, friendship, and everything, however, the narrator makes it difficult to watch. Perhaps the film would have been more enjoyable to watch if more time and effort had been put into developing the film’s comedic elements. The film does have some humorous moments, but it also has a lot of boring, drawn-out parts that will bore the audience to death. Those comedic scenarios and lines of dialogue that are set up in the context of death are entertaining.

Acting-wise, Amitabh Bachchan is always a pleasure to watch on screen. This actor is exceptional in each part he takes on. His comic timing is one of a kind, and his facial expressions in dramatic scenarios will have you in stitches. Neena Gupta is another actor who consistently does stellar work, and she blew everyone away with the small character of Gayathri. Although Rashmika Mandanna still has some work to do on her facial expressions in dramatic situations, she has come a long way since her last film in Telugu and Tamil and looks great in this one. In their respective parts, Sunil Grover and Ashish Vidyarthi did a respectable job and provided a few laughs. The supporting cast all did fine jobs that served the tale.

The film’s technical aspects appear fine. The film’s original music and score, composed by Amit Trivedi, are both invigorating and well-suited. Most of the film was shot indoors, thus cinematographer Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti did an adequate job. The quality of production is high.

This film was only partially successful for director Vikas Bahl, who previously dazzled with Queen and Super 30. Despite the film’s flimsy plot, he yet attempted to give it depth by examining its themes at length, which ultimately made it seem tedious and drawn out.

In the end, Goodbye is an enjoyable family film worth seeing for Amitabh Bachchan’s performance and a few touching moments.

Plus Points:

Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta

Music & BGM

Minus Points:

Few Dragged scenes

Unwanted life lessons

Rating: 2.75/5

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