• …is a YAWN FEST. Despite having such a heavy star cast, the film fails to impress. Being a satire it falls flat at making you laugh because of its bad script and shoddy direction.

  • Even Sharib Hashmi’s impeccable comic timing can’t salvage this film! The songs are really fab. But are they worth wasting time and money at the theaters? Naah! Better to download the songs to your music player and listen on loop, or play the audio jukebox online.

  • Before the movie began, the trailer of Dev Patel’s upcoming film Chappie was shown. Trust me, that two and a half minutes trailer was way better than this full film. If you are a Nana Patekar fan, go watch Shimit Amin’s Ab Tak Chappan than the sequel!

  • Only a die-hard Ajay fan could walk out of the film without regretting the waste of time and money spent on the film.

  • The otherwise predictable story is saved by the brilliant performance of the cast. it isn’t a great film but is good enough for a one-time watch.

  • Shantanu Moitra has tried to come up with a simple yet sweet album, but the compositions are nothing too great. Tu is the only saving grace of the soundtrack, which is definitely the best classical romantic track in a long time. But the fall side is that it too will be loved only by the connoisseurs of good classical music. Jashn too is okay, but rest of the tracks fall flat.

  • Trust me Samrat is no Sherlock Holmes, Feluda, Byomkesh Bakshi or Hercule Poirot. If you love to see Bollywood mystery films and have nothing else to watch this weekend, better get yourself a DVD of Bhool Bhulaiyaa and rewatch rather than going for this squanderous stinker.

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