Neerja is at last a family’s film. There is their adoration and friendship and simple, joyful ways and a staggering affection for Rajesh Khanna, complete with all the quotidian touches. All of which is advanced legitimately however additionally sparingly. At that point there is a praiseworthy feeling of sense of pride in how the guardians steer Neerja through an awful marriage and stand by her. Furthermore, obviously, their nerves, disappointments, when they are a long separation far from Karachi with no data on how their girl is getting along in the seized plane.
Yogendra Tiku (attempting to unsuccessfully comfort his better half on telephone) and Shabana Azmi keep it serene and genuine in passing on the weakness and torment. However, the fag end of the influencing film gives it down when the passionate quality and harmony a chance to get traded off. Talks, applauds, salutes and “Pushpa I despise tears” transform it into a drenched tissue-box weepie. Flooding tearducts of the gathering of people may get the moolah in and in addition the approval however render it a lesser film than it could have been.