Review of the movie Murder Mubarak: Given its length, it definitely would have worked better as a miniseries, but it’s still a fun watch.

A Playful Twist
Director Homi Adajania injects the narrative with humor and unpredictability. Characters break the fourth wall, toying with audience expectations, while the screenplay cleverly navigates between different realities. The film’s playful approach keeps viewers engaged, even during the murder investigation.

Karisma Kapoor’s Comeback
Karisma Kapoor shines in her return to the screen, portraying a B-grade actor with a dark past. Sanjay Kapoor adds depth to his character, portraying a deadbeat Raja grappling with patriarchal pride.

Balancing Act
Despite being a murder mystery, Murder Mubarak never takes itself too seriously. The screenplay keeps the tone light, offering plenty of twists and turns to keep the audience guessing. However, some attempts at subtlety fall flat, particularly in the commentary on communism and class.

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Conclusion: Important Fun
Despite its shortcomings, Murder Mubarak is unquestionably amusing. In her sophisticated part, Sara Ali Khan gives a remarkable performance, and the story—which is based on Anuja Chauhan’s novel—keeps audiences interested. For fans of the genre, this movie is definitely a must-watch,
even though a miniseries would have worked better.

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