"Bihar Election" is expected to cross the IMDB's rating of "Delhi Election", may reach 9.5: Movie critics

20, Feb 2015 By idiot420

Patna. If movie critics are to be believed, soon to be released “Bihar Election” is expected to cross the IMDB’s ratings of all time classics like “Delhi Election” (2013), “Delhi Election Returns” (2015), “Lok Sabha Elections” (2014) and “Shawshank Redemption” (1994).

Critics, who have high hopes based on the recently released high voltage trailer of Bihar Election, are expecting it to climb up to the IMBD’s rating of 9.5.


“This whole Jitan Ram Manjhi episode is just a glimpse of what is about to come,” said film critic Raghu Masand hoping that the movie will go way beyond 8.5 rating of Delhi Election and 8.8 rating of Delhi Election Returns.

“The trailer itself is very promising and whatever we are hearing from our sources close to filmmakers, the storyline, screenplay, dialogues, twists, action and every other small details in the movie are close to perfect,” Masand continued, “I think that career graph of Jitan Ram Manjhi after Bihar Election will shoot up like that of Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s career after Gangs of Wasseypur Part 2. Manjhi is looking brilliant in the trailer, it seems camera simply loves him. I mean look at his screen presence, he is in the league of Lalu and Johnny Depp.”

Movie critics are banking high on the presence of critically acclaimed stars like Nitish Kumar, Ram Vilas Paswan and Lalu Prasad Yadav.

“With characters like these, one thing we are sure of that there will not be a single dull moment,” hoped Vick Nick, another movie critic while talking to Faking News, “And besides star-studded ensemble cast and a promising newcomer, crude, less-filmy and more realistic dialogues are going help a lot in garnering praises at the international film festivals.”

“Dialogues and actions used by characters like Kejriwal in Delhi Election and Delhi Election Returns had more Bollywood element in them. But in Bihar Election, we will be watching a much more real face of politics,” Vick Nick further added, “Anurag Kashyap and Tarantino fans are going to love it.”