• Rachit Gupta
    Rachit Gupta


    Decent writing, good performances and an overall well-made film. There’s nothing to complain about the camera work or pacing of the film. But the one area where the movie suffers the most is its music.
    As far as popcorn entertainment goes, it’s only about the feel-good quality. And on that note, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with Dolly Ki Doli.

  • Had the filmmakers worked a little harder, ‘Dolly ki Doli’ would’ve turned into something spectacular. It’s good, but not great.

  • Though Dolly Ki Doli doesn’t qualify as an awful movie – it’s not tacky and is often funny – it does, regrettably, end up as forgettable fluff and a hugely wasted opportunity.

  • Left to the pretty faces, a film that could have been a charming caper ends up to be a simple disappointment.

  • Komal Nahta
    Komal Nahta
    Komal Nahta's Blog


    Dolly Ki Doli is an enjoyable entertainer which will keep the audience smiling/laughing but business-wise, it will prove to be an average fare because of its extremely poor start. Of course, collections will pick up due to mouth publicity, and the additional national holiday on Republic Day (26th January) will prove to be beneficial for the film, but since there are other films slated for release next week, it has only its first week to do the maximum business; and the dull initial will tell on the first week’s business.

  • Anuj Kumar
    Anuj Kumar
    The Hindu


    Rajkumar Rao and Zeeshan Ayyub show how to do it even in a comedy. Thankfully, the climax is not a cop out but by then one had lost interest in Dolly’s escapades.

  • In comparison to Baby, you can give Dolly Ki Doli a miss as you’ll find it to be a big waste of time and money. But if Baby tickets are booked then Dolly Ki Doli will keep you entertained for few minutes.