Class of ’83 is an Indian crime thriller movie from Netflix. The Hindi language movie is directed by Atul Sabharwal and is produced by Red Chillies Entertainment.
- Directed by: Atul Sabharwal
- Produced by: Gauri Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Gaurav Verma
- Written by: Abhijeet Deshpande
- Release Date: 21 August 2020
- Release platform: Netflix
Class of ’83 Hindi Movie Official Trailer:
Class of ’83 Hindi Movie Cast & Crew:
- Bobby Deol as Dean Vijay Singh
- Anup Soni as Manohar Patkar
- Vishwajeet Pradhan as Mangesh Doiphode
- Joy Sengupta as Raghav Desai
- Hitesh Bhojraj as Vishnu Varde
- Bhupendra Jadawat as Pramod Shukla
- Sameer Paranjape as Aslam Khan
- Prithvik Pratap as Janardhan Surve
- Ninad Mahajani as Lakshman Jadhav
- Ravi Singh as Pathan
- Abhishek Bhalerao as Bombay Police
- Ahmareen Anjum as Sweta
Class of ’83 Movie Review:
Based on S Hussain Zaidi’s book ‘The Class of ‘83’ and adapted by Abhijeet Deshpande, director Atul Sabharwal’s Class of ’83 doesn’t capitalise on the potential moments it creates in the first 15-20 minutes.
Vijay Singh (Bobby Deol), a sharp ex-Mumbai cop, has been sent as the dean of the police academy in Nashik on punishment posting, but as they say, you can’t restrict an idea, so he felicitates a group of young police trainees to tackle the Mumbai underworld of the ‘80s by going out of the way. His four trainees—played by Bhupendra Jadawat, Hitesh Bhojraj, Sameer Paranjape and Ninad Mahajani—soon adopt the unconventional methods to trap criminals, but there is a chance that they might lose their way.
It seems like a story which might have a lot of anecdotal details, and that might have been a good read, but it doesn’t transform on the screen with equal effect.
A brooding Bobby Deol is a pleasant surprise as it’s an age-appropriate role, and with his glasses and untucked shirt, he looks different than the police officers we are used to seeing in mainstream Hindi films, but he doesn’t get enough support from either the script or supporting cast. Source: news18.com