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The film is just half a cut above the commonplace Bollywood rom-com
The film will work for you only if you are a Hrithik Roshan fan.
The second half is a drag and ruins the pacy first half. The film is an average fare.
The film doesn’t have either a brain a heart. It just doesn’t work.
The film will entertain action buffs. The rest can rest easy.
If you want to watch a good film this weekend, this is the one you are looking for.
The film is strictly meant for ardent Rajinikanth fans. If you are not, then it’s better to give this a miss.
It’s not ‘Grand’ but ‘Sasti’ Masti. Just do whatever you want to do to avoid this film.
The film is kickass entertainment and full of heart. Clearly one of Salman Khan’s better films.
The film is like a badly made ‘Khichdi’ and rather an indigestible one as well
The only takeaway from the film is a brilliant performance by Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
The film flies above expectations with fantastic performances from Shahid Kapoor, Diljeet Dosanjh and Alia Bhatt
Randeep Hooda is a saving grace, yet the film is not worth the money or the effort
The stellar performances of Amitabh Bachchan, Vidya Balan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui makes it a great watch
The film isn’t funny at all. It isn’t any value for your money.
The film critic could stop himself from meeting Veerappan after watching another epic bad film by Ram Gopal Verma
Naseeruddin Shah and Kalki Koechlin rock in the film which is about human bonding on a different level
The film has a few shudders but this psychodrama of Pavan Kirpalani echoes Roman Polanski’s classic chiller, ‘Repulsion’
The film lacks impact and botches up a real-life story due to excessive melodrama
The film is a sincere attempt. Definitely worth a watch!
The film is an attempt to glorify cricketer Mohamed Azharuddin and is a complete whitewash job.
The film is ‘Sunny side down’. The film scores very poorly on our meter. Not recommended at all.
The film has its heart in the right place. Highly recommended.
The film is essentially a well-told love story and you shouldn’t be missing it.
The film is redeemed to a degree by Kerala’s martial art form Kalaripayattu. The movie scores overall and is recommended!
The film passes with flying colours and is an engaging account of a Mother Courage