Critics Review


Citizen Of The World!

An extremely important message at this point of time but Gypsy falls short of creating an emotional impact.(more)

Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow


Gypsy ends up as a good watch with a strong and relevant message, backed by mighty performances and impressive music.

Gypsy ends up as one of the strongest films in the recent past. The message it hopes to drive is strong and more than relevant to the current situation. It extends a hand to the victims of the system and celebrates the feeling of being human. If at all art has the power to change minds, Gypsy is the artist. (more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board,


Jiiva's film oscillates between hard-hitting social commentary and a romantic musical

Gypsy suffers due to the cuts, losing its relevance. Murugun, who in the past, has made award-winning movies like Joker, seems to be undecided here on what tone to take and what movie he wants to make: a hard-hitting social commentary or a romantic musical.(more)

Source: Sreedhar Pillai,


A well-intended film let down by writing and the censors

Even rallies and riots are leeched of colour visually � a stark contrast to the highly saturated visuals we otherwise see. It ensures that whatever political statement that Raju Murugan intended to make stays diluted.(more)

Source: Suganth, Times Of India


This Raju Murugan film leaves you in deep conflict

Raju Murugan, it would seem so, is less likely to not be crucified at the altar of his National Award-winning sophomore film. Gypsy is no Joker but a gypsy is who we could all aspire to be, if not for the jokers ruining it for us.(more)

Source: Pradeep Kumar, The Hindu


Very good intent and a promising story, but doesn't give a completeness as a film!

The geographies are established well through his visuals. Raymond Derrick's editing transitions are neat and it helps the flow of the film.(more)

Source: Galatta Review Panel,


Source: PRasanth, Prashanth


A slice of harsh reality

Gypsy is an important film that has good storytelling with the right intent.(more)

Source: subhakeerthana, Indian Express


Has his heart in the right place but...

Go for this powerful shoutout for humanity over all else which will move you in many an instant(more)

Source: IndiaGlitz ,


Jiiva and Raju Murugan question religious politics

Director Raju Murugan's Gypsy is an important tale that needs to be told. Yet, the film isn't as hard-hitting as it should have been.(more)

Source: Janani, India Today


Gypsy meanders like its wandering hero

Though Raju Murugan's intention of conveying a message of humanity is laudable in these turbulent times, the problem is that the story meanders, much like its protagonist. The writing could have been more intense during the romantic parts. Somehow, the lead pair's chemistry doesn't work out the way it should have been.(more)

Source: Anupama Subramanian , Deccan Chronicle


Dull & Slow

Gypsy certainly has its heart in the right place. But sadly it's often dull, slow and you can pretty much predict its every next step.(more)

Source: Moviebuzz,