Club 60

Club 60

3.0 577 Ratings

Directed by : Sanjay Tripathi

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  • Critics Rating 2.5/5
  • MJ Rating 3.1/5
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Five irrepressible and naughty club members (Raghubir Yadav, Satish Shah, Tinu Anand, Sharat Saxena and Vineet Kumar) whose lives revolve around a tennis court of CLUB 60 inspire a couple under depression to come out of it and fall back in love with life again.


“Club 60 keeps you absorbed mostly because of its stellar cast and well meaning story. But the emotionally heavy drama and lengthy run time make it a one time watch.”

Club 60 Credit & Casting

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Club 60 Box Office

  • Gross: INR 0.42 cr.
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Club 60 Audience Review

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Club 60 has shades of Anand-- Anand with sexed up sexagenarians that is. And Gujju-isms this time. Also Satish Shah and Sharat Saxena's man boobs.
Lovely doctor couple lose their son in a shootout; the movie follows their grief and the father's attempt to find closure even as he copes with new "undesirable" friends. Sheikh and Sarika are the true picture of control and brilliant acting as they confront each other over how each lives with their loss. But there are times when the mask shifts and that's when even the more stoic Saira appears to break down ( Sarika, heart rending, as she channels all her silent rage for signing up for this terrible film) Everyone cries, even Sharat Saxena. Locked up in the bathroom pretending that it's their character bawling for a lost love, estranged son. But no, its the sheer terror of finding themselves speak such terrible lines.
So a grieving Sheikh new to the city is arm wrestled by wife and psychiatrist to join Club 60 where a bunch of 60 something's converge every morning. It is after all a Hindi movie, so there is nothing new to discover about this motley crew. We know for sure that when more than 4 characters are thrown together in a "community" there will inevitably be a fauji uncle blustering about, a " good " Muslim who is fond of his poetry, a stingy Sindhi. There are some things you don't want to know. Club 60 has man boobs. Raghubir Yadav has scars on the underside of his thigh.
The members of Club 60 don't appear to be men under siege as they leer at anything female, pass lewd comments, share really bad jokes. But see there is a reason... paraplegic wives, sons out of the next time pervy Uncle Ji creeps you out--try being a bit more understanding yaar. I understand now nothing helps a senior citizen deal with his mortality and how cruel life can be than just hitting on a nurse, a telebanker, his best friend's widow. Putting on a " Gang Bang" Tshirt.
The movie does have it's moments. Sarika steering the choice of beverages to soft drinks. Watch that scene. Sarika finally breaking down. Sheikh as he descends into depression, as he expresses his exasperation, that bemused smile, the first glimmer of " perhaps everything will be OK". Oh Sheikh and Sarika leave you mesmerised every time they are on screen . And then Raghubir Yadav bends over; and the magic is over.

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