Jhootha Hi Sahi Movie Review

Jhootha Hi Sahi (Hindi)

Release Date:
October 22, 2010

What if you had a secret hotline to the heart of the girl you love?If you could read her deepest thoughts, know her every emotion and manipulate her every choice. And all you had to do was lie a little; well, not that little. The kind of lie that, if she knew, would break her heart.

What would you do? Would you give up your secret? Would you hang up the hotline? Or would you lie? Lie for love?

What if you had a secret hotline to the heart of the girl you love?If you could read her deepest thoughts, know her every... Show More
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There is a sliver of a story here but Abbas has translated it into a clumsy film that never gets off the ground. The scenes have a strange, stagey awkwardness, almost like a bad television serial

Save for John Abraham who offers an earnest, endearing performance, and a few light moments between the friends, this film is a plodding bore

Startlingly flaccid and boring. Instead of making you feel for the characters, it leaves you disengaged and disintereste

Fakeness is complete. Nothing can salvage or punctuate the emptiness within

Hindustan Times

For a script so hopelessly dependent on conversation, Jhootha Hi Sahi is one spark-free one on one

The trouble with Jhootha Hi Sahi is that it has a lame plot and that the supporting cast has more heft than the lead players

Indian Express

The film may have its moments, but not enough to leave you with a smile at the end. Not even recommended as a date movie

The film is a complete waste of time, money and effort

India Today

Jhootha Hi Sahi is like an amateur college play where everyone is trying too hard and the writing is just plain cocky, with no depth or direction.

A weak, almost spineless screenplay and mediocre storyline

An absolute letdown in terms of content. The writing is flaccid and the prime reason why the film fails to register an impact

BollywoodHungama

The script has a few teasing twists and turns that do not let it fall into the rut of predictable run-of-the-mill romances

Times of India

The film is enjoyable and funny with some great performances

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