• The dialogues are cheesy and are borderline juvenile at times. Shraddha’s makeup is patchy and inconsistent. Blatant brand placement, especially of a jewellery and water brand that probably didn’t exist in that era, is an eyesore. All this ends up making Haseena Parkar one of the weakest gangster movies to hit the screens.

  • Bhoomi lags far behind Kaabil and Mom which were based on a similar subject. The item song featuring Sunny Leone dulls the “feminism” flavour that Omung wants to give this film. The climax is straight out of a bad ’80s movie, with some unintentionally funny moments. Shekhar Suman annoys. Strictly for loyal Sanjay Dutt fans.

  • Watch it if you are a fan of this genre, but don’t expect it to be another Wasseypur.

  • Enough films have released this week appealing to various tastes. Pick one that suits your sensibilities.

  • While nostalgia can be a great cinematic tool, one wonders how much the current generation can relate to it…

  • Watch it if you can’t do without your weekly dose of popcorn and cola, else wait for its television telecast.

  • Watch it only if you have nothing better to do this weekend.

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