Rahul Desai ReviewsMumbai Mirror

An overwhelming desire to merge elements of tragedy, satire and real-worldly grime makes this a conflicted work of moments and broken promises

A bafflingly superficial adaptation of a book that should have remained a book

Boosted by its strategically-timed release, Tiwari sculpts an unabashed tribute to Rajkumar Hirani's genre by capturing real moods within manipulated capsules of documentation

The filmmaking aspect is such a mess that it affects the fluidity of storytelling

A skewered immature tale that caters to the lowest common denominator of hope

Gang Of Ghosts does arouse enough curiosity to make you want to watch the real deal

It makes you cringe for important reasons and must be watched for its relentless pursuit of relevance and authenticity

Queen's chief strength lies in its authenticity and littler details, right down to the fading henna patterns on Rani's hands

Total Siyappa definitely lives up to its title, but not in a good way. This is a bad kind of chaos

Unfortunately for Chaudhary, his film too falls prey to its own self-aggrandizing ambition