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  • A veritable smorgasbord of character actors who are individually good and often are all crammed together in a hotch-potch revenge and double cross drama where the motives are so blurred that you don't care.

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  • With a decent concept at hand, had the director focused on keeping the story tight, it could have engaged the viewers. The film’s length is problematic, even the humour and the one-liners don’t help in keeping the film afloat.

    39

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  • Some films are plain hard to define and this one is one of them. One fails to understand the motive behind making such a film as this.

    39

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  • While a bit late in the day, filmmakers are waking up to the prospect of producing their own version of Gangs of Wasseypur. Sadly, their ambitions aren’t backed by compelling writing, a commendable cast or even a maker who could assemble a narrative.

    39

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  • With little resources, filmmakers like Prakash Jha, Tigmanshu Dhulia and Anurag Kashyap made our northern badlands cinematic. It’s the impostors that come now who are balling up the place. They exploit dialect for laughs, landscape for scenery, and violence for plot twists. It’s all so criminally wrong. 

    39

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  • ...is a movie about hoodlums and racketeers, with not much to remember it by, save the acting.

    39

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  • ...begins as a drama and later becomes a serious joke on itself that never ends. A mockery of the genre that goes nowhere.

    29

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  • The plot kicks in very late, and a bit too late to rescue the movie from utter predictability and sameness.

    19

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  • ...feels like a tired retread on all counts. How you can pull of such a feat with so many good actors is an achievement in itself.

    19

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