Madhureeta Mukherjee ReviewsTimes of India

Loaded with a lot more than just gunpower

The preaching distracts from some superb performances and inadvertently loses humour, but the story does have its heart in the right place

The story is stirring, handling several complex issues in the same breath, and yes, that does leave us a bit thirsty

An interesting idea, far-fetched, but refreshing

Lakshmi's story makes your heart bleed

For horror-buffs this might not be 'spookilicious' enough, but those looking for a 'sun-sunny' weekend, go lap it up

Like a cold, cloudy morning in London, this one leaves you with more gloom than glee

The film belongs to Farhan who stuns you with his straight-faced witticisms and plethora of expressions that amuse and move dramatically

Strung with a few laughable scenes, it scrambles around with too many plots crafted like episodic sitcoms

Like most Salman Khan films, this one too rests solely on his undeniable superstardom