The new biopic gets some really mixed reviews till now.

Every Hip-Hop nut has been looking forward to the release of “All Eyez On Me,” the biographical drama based on the rapper’s live and inside his time with Death Row Records.


After the release on what would have been the rapper’s 46th birthday on June 14th of this year, many people have been critical of the movie. A number of artists have supported the movie and calling it “a long time coming” after success of hip-hop stories on screens and stage including from Empire, Hamilton, and Straight Outta Compton. However, at the same time, a number of people have thrashed it because of the number of inaccuracies stated in the film. The movie had a successful opening at the box office and has already earned $27 million during its opening weekend.

See what the starts had to say:

Meanwhile, Oscar-winning director, Steve McQueen is working on another Tupac documentary with the help of Pac’s Estate trustee and his mother Afeni Shakur’s company, Amaru Entertainment.

“All Eyez On Me” is being screen at a number of movie theaters worldwide including India for a limited time.