Pankaj Tripathi, Rajkummar Rao, Sanya Malhotra, Fatima Sana Shaikh, Aditya Roy Kapur & Abhishek Bachchan starrer Ludo is finally out on Netflix.
Main Aalu, mujhe naachne ka bohot shauk hai, Mithun da ke gaano aur Pinky ke ishaaron par. ;) #Ludo premiers 12 November, only on Netflix! @NetflixIndia @basuanurag @TSeries pic.twitter.com/HqTjPO4uYF— Rajkummar Rao (@RajkummarRao) November 11, 2020
Written and directed by Anurag Basu, the story revolves around 4 different people who end up crossing paths.
So, if you're thinking to watch this movie, here are a few reviews that will help.
Now Watching: #Ludo— Anoushka 🦋 (@tiworryy) November 12, 2020
Pankaj Tripathi has blessed our screens again. ❤️
WTF is happening in #Ludo ... Getting more hodgepodge with each passing minute ... Amazing scenes but deliberate incoherent screenplay ... Still hoping against hope it all comes together in the end #LudoOnNetflix— On d Rocks (@MOVIESonRocks) November 12, 2020
#ludo ko samjhne ke liye time lagega but it proves to be a good watch— Radhika sharma✨ (@Radzsharma123) November 12, 2020
#Ludo is overall fun but could have been at least 40 min shorter. The director who’s also the cinematographer this time, wants to give us (totally avoidable) return tour of Jagga Jasoos and Barfi! slowing down the pace big time.— Qissago (@Kahaanikaar) November 12, 2020