We are gifted with a disturbing scene since the start which hints how this ain’t going to be normal at all. Bobby (Kangana Ranaut) grows up carrying the baggage of a disturbed childhood. Witnessing the domestic violence, she believes there are issues in the basic concept of love. Bobby rents a part of her apartment to Keshav (Rajkummar Rao) and his girlfriend Reema (Amyra Dastur).
Seeing them in love, Bobby starts feeling uncomfortable and starts nitpicking their relationship. The story proceeds with a hint of Bobby falling for Keshav but there’s a lot more to it. A couple of years later, they both meet again but under very different circumstances. Is she still obsessed with Keshav? Why is he running from her? Watch it to know it!
here are some roles for which actors are just meant to be. Something no one can steal from the. Judgementall Hai Kya’s Bobby was written just and only for Kangana Ranaut. She owns every frame she’s in. Even when she stutters or misspell a word, we know that’s how Bobby will do it. Most of this is also because of how wonderfully her character has been written.
Rajkummar Rao maintains the mystery throughout, and because he’s so good at what he does, he plays with your mind masterfully. Yes, I wished to see more of him but no major complaints as far as the quality of his performance is concerned. From the supporting cast, Hussain Dalal stands out because of his roaring confidence. His quirky t-shirts speak for him as he brings in the comical relief.