Always Kabhi Kabhi is a 2011 Hindi romance film directed by Roshan Abbas, and produced by Shahrukh Khan and zain under Red Chillies Entertainment. It introduces Ali Fazal, along with Giselli Monteiro while Zoa Morani, Satish Shah, Lilette Dubey, Vijay Raaz, Mukesh Tiwari and Manoj Joshi play supporting roles. The film released on 17 June 2011. It focuses on four teenagers embarking on a dramatic journey during their incident-packed final year at school.Wikipedia
Always Kabhi Kabhi Reviews
I'm going with one-and-a-half out of five for director Roshan Abbas' 'Always Kabhi Kabhi'. Watching this film is like attending a concert put up by ten-year-olds. It's amateurish, and tedious to sit through, and the only thing you can appreciate in the end is the earnestness behind the effort.
The first half is dull as can be, merely loud, and while the emotionally-laden second half begins to mildly resemble something sweet, it explodes into a flashy climax that ruins everything.
It's all foregone and predictable apart from being inordinately long. School is agony; school is ecstasy. Always Kabhi Kabhi captures neither and treads the staid middle ground.
This is how such rubbish really get made. Or is it? Shah Rukh Khan, the picture’s producer, would know best. That is, if anyone's really interested to know.
On the whole, Always Kabhi Kabhi neither has the warmth and emotions of a teenage love story nor the entertainment value and music of a romantic drama. It will not be able to make much of a mark at the box-office.
On the whole, ALWAYS KABHI KABHI disappoints!
The 'high school escapade' theme gets a stylish makeover, but doesn't make us yearn for our school days.
Always Kabhi Kabhi is a badly spread collage of multiple adolescent issues that have been dealt with in Bollywood in the past. It looks pretty in bits but fails miserably to invoke any emotions, impart any social message or at its very least entertain.