This post is about the Class Of 83 Review .The film stars Bobby Deol, Anup Soni, Joy Sengupta in the lead roles.
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Review By:-Anupama Chopra Site:- Filmcompanion
Class of 83 is a gritty drama about a batch of police officers who become famed encounter specialists. The backdrop is the early 80s, when Mumbai was in the grip of notorious gangsters. The film is inspired by a book named The Class of 83: The Punishers of Mumbai Police by S. Hussain Zaidi, which in turn is based on the lives of real-life cops, like Pradeep Sharma and Vijay Salaskar, who trained under DGP Arvind Inamdar when he was head of the Maharashtra Police Academy. These names are the stuff of legend and controversy in the Mumbai police archives.
Review By:-Shubhra Site:- Indian Express Rating:-3.0
There’s something to be said about basing a film, featuring rookie cops and their wearied, worn, but still straight-of-spine mentor, on a book of the same name by an author who is thoroughly conversant with the milieu.
S Hussain Zaidi has had long years of reporting and writing on real-life crime and gang-warfare in Mumbai. Many of his volumes have been adapted by Bollywood, notably Black Friday, which focussed on the run-up and tumultuous fall-out of the 1993 Bombay blasts, and was made by Anurag Kashyap into India’s best docu-feature.
Review By:-Hungama Site:- Bollywood hungama Rating:-2.0
The era of the underworld is one of the most decisive and fascinating chapters of Mumbai’s history. Innumerable films have been made on this topic and yet, there’s so much that’s still not explored by our filmmakers. AURANGZEB  director Atul Sabharwal decides to explore an interesting and a not-so-known episode from this era for his next film, CLASS OF ’83. The film has caught attention because of Bobby Deol’s casting and hence also his debut in the web space. Besides, it has been produced by Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment. So does CLASS OF ’83 manage to give a thrilling time to the audiences? Or does it fail to impress? Let’s analyse.