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  • ...is a laugh-a-minute-riot that fulfills all the expectations.

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  • The director has put his writing experience of years penning scripts for noted comedians to its optimum use, and therefore, the overtly funny dialogues and comic one-liners give life to this romantic comedy.

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  • ...goes in several exciting directions and comes out making light of it. It may not always be the best way to go about things but you’ll come out laughing till your sides hurt.

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  • ...is a comedy that entertains but fails to enlighten fully.

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  • A fun watch, this film adds another plume to Ayushmann Khurrana’s multi-feathered hat for sure.

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  • Despite the flaws, ‘Dream Girl’ attempts to show the leading man in a different light, and manages to entertain in parts.

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  • ...is surely delightful but the humour in it will not be everyone's cup of tea. You have to give the film wide latitude.

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  • Raaj Shaandilyaa deserves credit for bringing something new to the table. However, his hesitation to delve deeper into the subject makes it score less on the report card.

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  • Now should we think about the finesse of filmmaking here (there's very little of it), or gags overstaying their welcome (some of them do), or the political correctness of some of these small-town/mohalla gags... Should we think, about? Don't. Seriously, don't.

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  • Aims to expand on a hilarious ‘what if’ situation but suffers from an afterthought to philosophise it. Very witty dialogue and good performances in a hotch-potch of a film.

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  • The movie’s aims include supplying a joke every minute, which it often does, and delivering a comic take on urban loneliness, which it doesn’t quite do.

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  • While it packs in some sharp one-liners and furnishes bizarre situations, it doesn’t go beyond that. It’s almost as if the makers were so excited with the very premise that they didn’t bother to figure out where they wanted to take this story.

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  • Just when you think Dream Girl has succumbed to what critics have in the past called The Curse of the Second Half though, it picks up once again thanks to certain cast members with unfailing comic timing.

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  • Ayushmann Khurrana’s knack for social satire is marred by a script and aesthetics more suitable for television than cinema

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  • ...is consistently funny, but structured too much on Ayushmann’s own Vicky Donor to draw a fresh response.

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  • There are many good ideas floating around in Dream Girl. But ideas need execution, and on that score, this film flubs it: it has so little wit and imagination that it turns all those ideas into a series of flat set-pieces.

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  • ...a film that’s slight to begin with, and which looks even slighter in comparison to Dum Laga Ke Haisha, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Badhaai Ho.

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  • These are one-joke characters, and this is a one-joke movie. Very quickly, a sense of staleness sets in.

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