• The story is unconvincing and at many points you might feel that the movie is going haywire. In fact, uncanny behaviour of the characters might irritate you in the first half. The film has a strong UP connect. From dialogues to accent, Tigmanshu Dhulia has focused on minute details.

  • …is not even a slapstick comedy film that Bollywood filmmakers are churning out every alternate week. At least those films are paisa vassol, but in this film not only does the story take a backseat, but the humour element is also missing.
    Punit Malhotra, who was an assistant director in Dharma productions’ films like Kabhi Khushi Kabhie and Kal Ho Naa Ho, hasn’t learnt anything from his last flop film I Hate Luv Storys.

  • …if you have a taste for good and sensitive cinema, ‘I Am Kalam’ is surely a treat to watch.

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