Tees Maar Khan Movie Review

Tees Maar Khan (Hindi)

Release Date:
December 24, 2010

Only once in a blue moon is such a great criminal born who is fearless as well as shameless! Now is the blue moon and the great criminal is Tees Maar Khan. He steals, cons and cheats all with such alarming audacity that even shame shies away from him! He and his gang comprising of Dollar, Soda and Burger have managed to keep the police, world over, on their toes. Then one fine day international antique smugglers, the Johri Brothers, assign Tees Maar Khan thebiggest con job of his life! He must rob antiques worth 500 crore rupees from a heavily guarded moving train. Will Khan and his merry gang, with some unwitting support from his wannabe-actress girlfriend, Anya, and a greedy Bollywood superstar be able to pull off the greatest heist in history?

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A procession of dreadful dialogue, endlessly repeated, and unfunny in-jokes

The New Indian Express

In Tees Maar Khan, everyone is overacting as though life depends on it. There is a lot of screaming, grimacing and heaving

The dialogues are repetitive, and the jokes in 'Tees Maar Khan' are mostly puerile and not very funny at all. In fact, it’s an arrogantly written script that seems to take the audience for granted

TMK stretches beyond the realm of corny

It is hobbled by poor, tasteless writing, and a leading man who seems to have lost his sense of comic timing.

Indian Express

Even Sheila can’t make Tees Maar Khan watchable

Tripped by a strictly silly script, Farah khan fails to wave her magic wand on Tees Maar Khan

The Telegraph

Crass humour, poor performances and pointless scenes make it one of the worst films of the year

The plot is borrowed, yet, beyond the original conceit, remains nearly nullified behind a smokescreen of sight gags and farce.


TMK is just a relentless assault on your senses

It tests your patience at several points with jokes that seem to have been written on the fly

India Today

Every actor, every character appear to be idiotic caricatures. The premise of the film - the writing, and dialogues emphasize and celebrate stupidity.

Tees Maar Khan is a classic example of a cluttered film in which a hodgepodge of characters incoherently jabbers ludicrous dialogues building up an odd plot that just refuses to make any sense at any point of time

Absurdity, illogicality and buffoonery scale new altitudes in TMK


TMK has colour, humour, pace but nothing does seem to fall in place in terms of plot and character connect

Times of India