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Crew Movie Review: A glorious showcase of Female strength

Starring with Kareena, Kriti, and Tabu, the Crew uses two timelines. Three ladies navigating through moving waters, diving, jiving, and shucking gracefully. 

Crew Movie Review: A glorious showcase of Female strength

Crew movie review: Today, Tabu, Kriti, and Kareena appeared in another women-focused movie called Crew, which debuted in theatres. Three ladies navigating through moving waters, diving, jiving, and shucking gracefully while maintaining their fleet footedness and enjoying themselves—and ensuring that we do, too—can you imagine? The film’s background is largely based on Vijay Mallya and Kingfisher Airlines. Saswata Chatterjee, as Vijay Walia, is the owner of Kohinoor Airlines, where Geeta Sethi (Tabu), Jasmine (Kareena Kapoor Khan), and Divya (Kriti Sanon) are cabin crew members. The movie’s two hours and four minutes feature humour, clear suspense, a cliched heist, and lots of glamour. 

Crew Movie Storyline

Starring with Kareena, Kriti, and Tabu, the Crew uses two timelines. The first is where the three are being questioned, and the second (older version) is where you learn about their past and the depth of their friendship. Tabu plays the most senior member of this cabin crew, followed by Kareena and Kriti. The next scene in the movie shows an airline going bankrupt and its workers being made to endure the barest minimum. This is where the three of them and many others have a common sorrow: a job without pay and money problems.

The makers also include a brief backstory of Kriti, Tabu, and Kareena in which they attempt to set the stage for the impending heist. The movie takes an intriguing turn when the three actors discover a ton of gold. This is followed by a brief but endearing introduction from Diljit Dosanjh, who plays Kriti Sanon’s romantic partner. 

Upon discovering that the company is truly bankrupt, the assurances are false, and her financial statement is uncontested, Tabu, also known as Geeta, inspires the other two to jump. Following a delightful and abundant farewell moment, the three’s good time ends and are taken to be questioned. The ladies decide there is a fight within, with the system, and among themselves. The creators hit the correct notes while keeping everything within the comedy-drama genre. 

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Rajesh A. Krishnan, most known for the lockdown OTT release Lootcase, is in charge of the Crew. With the Kunal Khemu film, Krishnan made the most of the chance, but Crew fell short. Krishnan has left many unanswered questions to avoid making this movie appear nonsensical. The director also made a grave error by starring Diljit and Kapil Sharma in a comedy movie without utilising their comedic timing. Both have emerged ‘just’ as the best candidates, with an almost serious role. Given the situation, the writer and director could have easily devised their punchlines. Krishnan deserves praise, though, for refraining from making absurd remarks in the name of empowering women.

Performance of the star

A movie in which Tabu, Kriti Sanon, and Kareena Kapoor play the lead roles. One can only anticipate strong performances from Diljit Dosanjh and Kapil Sharma in the supporting parts. In the movie Crew, Kareena Kapoor appears at her best. She is bold, astute, glamorous, humorous, and unrepentant. In this movie, Kareena seems a lot like Bebo. However, Tabu has the most memorable lines in the film. Her gestures, acting, and even gait convey that she is the most senior member of the cabin crew, as portrayed by the actor. Finally, it’s possible that Kriti Sanon was somewhat overshadowed by the other two. The actor makes up for it, though, with perfectly timed emotional expressions. Considering how well-matched Diljit and Kriti are, their love tale deserves more film.


Crew has a mix of successful and unsuccessful songs. The film Ghagra and Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai are ideally positioned. You will be content with these songs because they further the story. The sad song and intro, though, didn’t appeal to me. However, Raj Ranjodh could have handled these more skillfully. Naturally, Diljit’s song Naina appears during the end credits and doesn’t further the movie’s plot. Crew’s party songs are generally catchy; you can hear them performing at events.