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  • ...cleverly demonstrates the art of skillfully telling a story wherein all the loose ends of a plot are tied together into a neat whole.

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  • Writer Althea Kaushal and director Arjun Mukherjee have cleverly used this feature to fashion an absorbing new genre: The lower middle-class thriller.

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  • Director Arjun Mukherjee makes his film a very easy-breezy watch, but it is layered and intensifying in the correct manner.

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  • ...is a far cry from most mysteries and even while some of its turns and twists can be predicted, it manages to hold your interest and attention for a large part of the film. Something one can barely say of most films today.

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  • This mentality of judging the audience intelligence at their will and fancy by filmmakers is harmful. The intelligence of the audience should be respected and if a different storey oops story has been attempted than let the audience feel the difference, you don’t need to tell them.

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  • Even if not madly original, ensemble pieces can turn out interesting if consistently told. 3 Storeys comes off nice in bits but uneven overall...

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  • Mukherjee directs his cast well and creates a convincing middle-class milieu, but the hothouse of desire, deceit and death that Mayanagar supposedly represents simply does not emerge from the lightweight and toothless material.

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  • This isn’t a film that lacks ambition but it never becomes one that is essential.

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  • ...considering all the beginnings and endings, comings and goings, and hopes and setbacks that constitute 3 Storeys, the film could have done with a stronger culmination. It meanders to a close, leaving the audience more flummoxed than intrigued.

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  • The problem with 3 Storeys is the screenwriting; Althea Kaushal’s three stories don’t match moods or stay on the same beat.

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  • ...at best it’s a half-baked experiment with a few shining moments.

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  • Intrigue, trickery, unpredictability and a sting in the tail. Yet this compendium of stories refuses to fly.

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  • It's almost good, and then it isn't because you've read the story somewhere. It's an idea that's not new and yet, a decent effort. Would have been smarter move to put it straight to Netflix or Amazon.

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  • Internet is really where the scene for this film's genre is. Would I've happily caught this online? Yes. But the invitation is for the big screen? That's being thoda sa ambitious, I think.

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