• After exploring the gritty world of crime in the humourless ‘Aamir’ and ‘No One Killed Jessica’, Rajkumar decides to give his third thriller a witty twist. One that truly deserves an applause.

  • Towards the end of the movie, there’s an attempt at being profound with the line; “If you want money then forget love. If you want love then forget money.”

    So, where does that leave us? Completely broken.

  • like others in this inimitable genre, this too shall win innumerable accolades. Whether it’s the captivating performances, the ambitious narrative, or poetic cinematography, ‘Kai Po Che’ is superior in texture and commendably subtle. It also packs in all the ingredients of a sure-shot Bollywood success, without overplaying any one element. There’s cricket, religion, politics, comedy, music, bromance and even a dash of romance.

  • After flexing his muscles in over-the-top action dramas, thrashing countless baddies in single menacing blows and flaunting his super-cop powers, Akshay Kumar shifts gears and opts for a subtle, more intelligent make-over, instead.
    And, it works. Stupendously.

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