Gaurav Malani ReviewsTimes of India

The only achchi baat about the film is the song 'Gandi Baat'

Formula is as free-flowing as bullets in this flick

The screenplay alternates between a fight sequence and a song number and practically nothing much happening in between

D-Day is a well-intended social film and a well-executed thriller

As a cinematic experience, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag doesn't run as consistently as Milkha Singh might have. Nevertheless the sincere effort by Farhan Akhtar makes it a significant watch

While it has a lot of its own, Lootera will steal your heart too!

Ghanchakkar keeps going round and round and beats around the bush for its major runtime

The direction is shoddy, the editing is pathetic, the background score overacts and the actors underperform

Beyond its distinctive writing, it is director Anand L Rai's vision that gives the film its soul. The milieu he creates, the music and montages that he skillfully employs, the performances that he extracts and the poignant end he opts for just makes Raanjhanaa a memorable love story

Highly entertaining!