• On the flip side, the plot gets a tad repetitive in the second half and seems dragging. Thankfully, Sunil Grover comes to the rescue and pulls up the strings.

  • Manoj Bajpayee adds gravitas to his role and makes an intriguing opponent for John’s character in the film. Debutante Aisha Sharma has a good screen presence, but ends up with a poorly-sketched role. Even Amruta Khanvilkar doesn’t get much scope to perform.

  • Wonder, as effective as it is, is a movie in which everything has a way of working out with tidy benevolence.

  • Julie 2 was described as ‘clean-cut’ by Pahlaj Nihalani, the former chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification. From which angle sir?

    Unsolicited suggestion: stay in bed.

  • ulie 2 was described as ‘clean-cut’ by Pahlaj Nihalani, the former chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification. From which angle sir?

    Unsolicited suggestion: stay in bed.

  • …this film will bore you till you go to sleep and will still be playing when you wake up the next day.

  • …if you were a fan of OMG, be prepared to be majorly disappointed. A sappy melodrama, which even Indian TV reticently produces these days, has emerged as a full-fledged film to scare the living daylights out of you. Also did I mention that the film ends with a voice over that seems more apt for a Class 2 textbook on the subject: how to respect elders and its unlikely benefits?

  • Watching NH 10, given the complexity of the story and the way it played out, seems an exercise in futility. The film makes for a frustrating watch, more so because it is such a squandered opportunity.

  • Must be watched for its sincere effort to carry forward the world of the child with the same mellow maturity of vision as the recent ‘Stanley Ka Dabba’ and ‘Chillar Party’.

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