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  • ...is a fairly enjoyable film that can be watched on a family outing.

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  • ...is a rare comedy on ghost; hope we get such ghost laughter's more in future.

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  • It's not the best film ever made, but it is a perfectly fine candy floss movie that can help you Sail through the weekend.

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  • If you’re one for typical South Indian dubbed films that play on loop on weekends, this one’s for you.

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  • ... while the film is engaging and intriguing, it suffers from a fatigued second half and an absurd ending. But nevertheless, it keeps you in splits. A better star cast would have elevated this film.

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  • The comedy is silly and physical, and you do laugh at some jokes. But you wouldn't admit to anyone you watched the film.

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  • Well-done scene or two. The rest is as passable as it gets.

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  • If you are looking for an entertaining, paisa-vasool movie, Tutak Tutak Tutiya should be your pick.

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  • Touted as a ‘horror-comedy’ writer-director Vijay’s Tutak Tutak Tutiya will remind you of Priyadarshan’s Bhool Bhulaiya and while there’s plenty of lowbrow humour in the film there’s barely any horror.

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  • ...a series of grimaces and groans studded in a risible script, in which we rapidly lose all interest after we’ve finished smiling weakly at the leading man’s accented Hindi as the boorish Krishna, and his puerile attempts at getting rid of a doormat of a wife (Tamannah Bhatia).

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