Mihir Fadnavis ReviewsFirstpost

The pulp is not pulpy enough, the comedy is not funny, the action is lame, and our heroine Rani, played by the wonderful Kangana Ranaut has nothing to do

Mostly a chore and periodically infuriating

It’s one lame and predictable jump scare after another and it gets really tedious really fast

An exploitative film about exploitation

A lovely little comedy that is rich with subtlety

Consistently enjoyable, mainly thanks to Farhan Akhtar’s comic timing and his mystic ability to make contrived scenarios passable rather than cringe-worthy

Despite Hooda’s decent performance, it is Bhatt who carries the film on her petite shoulders without breaking a sweat.

A flat out boring film that tries to add masala into itself by utilizing uber loudness, mega overacting and slow mo look-at-me shots

Jai Ho is a milestone in the marriage between boredom and nonsense

Dedh Ishqiya is smarter, funnier, richer and way more gorgeous than its predecessor