Shoojit Sircar Movies Ranked Worst to Best

Shoojit Sircar Movies Ranked Worst to Best

Shoojit Sircar Movies are always a delight to watch. Shoojit Sircar is one of those blessed storytellers who have the power to melt one’s heart away. Shoojit Sircar has directed a total of 6 movies with his latest Gulabo Sitabo making Amazon Prime release in June 2020.

Shoojit Sircar Movies Ranked Worst to Best:

6Gulabo Sitabo

Gulabo Sitabo

Welcome to the world of Gulabo Sitabo where two slimy scheming foxes in a game of one-upmanship, each one attracting other members to their clan and each one with an agenda of his own.

Meet ‘Mirza’ (Amitabh Bachchan) – a 78-year-old landlord who would move heaven and earth for his most prized possession – an old dilapidated mansion in the heart of Lucknow. But this garden of roses comes with its own cluster of ‘pricky thorns’ – tenants.

Amongst them most prominently, ‘Baankey’ (Ayushmann Khuranna)’ a shrewd, sly and squatted tenant, who matches Mirza a bit for a bit in their ceaseless bantering.

Gulabo Sitabo is a quirky slice of life where Mirza and Baankey are like Tom and Jerry – unique and unmatched, friend and foe, naughty and smart, little and large, all combine to produce chaos.

Year: 2020
Language: Hindi
Released: 12 June 2020
Runtime: 124 min
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director: Shoojit Sircar
Writer: Juhi Chaturvedi
Actors: Amitabh Bachchan, Ayushmann Khurrana, Vijay Raaz, Brijendra Kala
IMDB: 6.6




‘Yahaan’ is a love story between an army man and a local girl set in the troubled valley of Kashmir. Directed by adman Shoojit Sircar, who debuts as a movie director, ‘Yahaan’ could have been an engrossing tale but due to intermittent slackening of pace, some loose editing and story not moving forward at a few places, the impact gets diluted in an otherwise well-shot film.

Thankfully the movie, in spite of being heavily revolving around an army camp in Kashmir, doesn’t indulge in pseudo-patriotism and sticks to its basic subject.

How much better the final outcome would have been only if the love story woven around the two principal characters could have been more impacting. Because this is where the movie suffers the most – you just don’t feel for the lovers to a degree where you could empathize with their situation!

Year: 2005
Language: Hindi
Released: 29 July 2005
Runtime: 142 min
Genre: Drama, Romance, War
Director: Shoojit Sircar
Writer: Sameer Kohli, Mahesh (screenplay), Mahesh (story), Piyush Mishra (dialogue), Piyush Mishra (screenplay), Sabapati (screenplay), Sabapati (story)
Actors: Jimmy Shergill, Minissha Lamba, Yashpal Sharma, Mukesh Tiwari
IMDB: 7.5


4Vicky Donor

Vicky Donor

Dr. Baldev Chaddha (Anu Kapoor), a well-qualified fertility expert, runs a fertility clinic and a sperm bank in Dariyaganj, New Delhi, that guarantees high quality and specialized sperm for the purpose. Unfortunately, he has more failed cases to his credit than successes.

A healthy, high performing donor is the need of the hour. Vicky Arora (Ayushmann Khurrana), a young, good-looking, Punjabi boy from Lajpat Nagar, is the only son and of no financial support to Dolly, a widow who runs a small beauty parlor from home.

As luck would have it, a small brawl in the colony brings Dr. Chaddha and Vicky face to face, where Chaddha, concludes that Vicky could be THAT donor he has been looking for.

From here on, Chaddha’s days and nights are spent in convincing Vicky to become a donor until he finally gives in. Vicky finds his love interest in Ashima Roy (Yami Gautam), a pretty Bengali girl who works in a bank.

But soon the hunky-dory world comes crashing down because of Vicky’s past as a donor. With a brief emotional roller coaster ride, Vicky Donor is a light-hearted take on the subject of sperm donation.

Year: 2012
Language: Hindi
Released: 20 Apr 2012
Runtime: 126 min
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director: Shoojit Sircar
Writer: Juhi Chaturvedi (dialogue), Juhi Chaturvedi (screenplay), Juhi Chaturvedi (story)
Actors: Ayushmann Khurrana, Yami Gautam, Annu Kapoor, Dolly Ahluwalia
IMDB: 7.8


3Madras Cafe

Madras Cafe

An Indian Intelligence agent (portrayed by John Abraham)[9] journeys into a war-torn coastal island, to break a resolute rebel group.

He deftly maneuvers his resources to make significant breakthroughs, amidst a scenario where the enemy has no face and the only counsel is ‘Don’t get caught.’

At various junctions, he meets a charismatic and passionate journalist (portrayed by Nargis Fakhri) who is following her will to reflect the truth behind the civil war.

The story unfolds as their quest for the truth reveals a deeper conspiracy by a faceless enemy, united to seize a common nemesis – India.

Year: 2013
Language: Hindi
Released: 23 Aug 2013
Runtime: 130 min
Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller
Director: Shoojit Sircar
Writer: Shubhendu Bhattacharya (story and screenplay), Juhi Chaturvedi (dialogue), Somnath Dey (story and screenplay), Dusan Tolmac (additional screenplay)
Actors: John Abraham, Nargis Fakhri, Raashi Khanna, Gaurav Sharma
IMDB: 7.7

Shoojit Sircar Movies Ranked Worst to Best continues…



Piku (Deepika Padukone) is an independent, intelligent, short-tempered woman with liberated thoughts. She lives in Delhi with her widowed father, Bhaskor Banerjee, who is in his early 70s. Bhaskor da (Amitabh Bachchan) is an old grumpy man who is troubled by the problem of constipation.

Irritated by the difficult bowel issues, Bhaskor da is always discussing, conversing, examining it not only with Piku but with every single person he meets. Amidst the family chaos, there is Rana Chaudhary (Irrfan Khan) who is the owner of Himachal Cab Company. His company provides cab service to the Banerjee family.

The plot executes how Piku manages the home and office while taking complete responsibility for her cantankerous yet adorable father. Their life story moves forward unless one day when Bhaskor da collapses due to over drinking at a relative’s party.

It is when the old stubborn father decides to visit his childhood place in Calcutta, and yes, by road! As no driver is ready to drive the annoying father-daughter Jodi to another city, Rana decides to take the charge.

During the journey, Rana and Piku get to know each other quite well. This quirky tale which is so inclined to motion is an emotional journey depicting the real and everyday facts of a father-daughter duo.

Year: 2015
Language: Hindi
Released: 08 May 2015
Runtime: 123 min
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director: Shoojit Sircar
Writer: Juhi Chaturvedi
Actors: Deepika Padukone, Amitabh Bachchan, Irrfan Khan, Moushumi Chatterjee
IMDB: 7.6
Rotten Tomatoes: 88%




Dan (Varun Dhawan) is living the life of any carefree 21 years old, revolving around a bunch of friends and fellow hotel interns who feed off each other’s everyday moments, their ups and downs.

Shiuli (Banita Sandhu) is one such intern at the same hotel, who at times is at the receiving end of Dan’s audaciousness. Life goes on until a sudden turn of events smashes Dan and Shiuli’s lives together, into a bond that’s unlike any 21-year-old.

The emotional connection between them goes through a metamorphosis that brings out a form of love that’s unlike any other event leading to an internal awakening. October is not a Love Story, but rather a story about love.

Year: 2018
Language: Hindi
Released: 13 Apr 2018
Runtime: 115 min
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director: Shoojit Sircar
Writer: Juhi Chaturvedi
Actors: Varun Dhawan, Banita Sandhu, Gitanjali Rao, Sahil Vedoliyaa
IMDB: 7.5
Rotten Tomatoes: 90%



That’s our list of Shoojit Sircar Movies Ranked Worst to Best. Which Shoojit Sircar’s Movie is your favorite? Do let us know in the comments below.


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