• Never overstaying its welcome, the film is short and a lot of fun. It’s worth watching for Rajkummar Rao’s excellent performance alone.

  • Kusumita Das
    Kusumita Das
    Deccan Chronicle


    This is one of those rare Hindi films that actually ups the ante in the last few minutes and that’s a pleasant surprise indeed. A pacy screenplay keeps the narrative engaging and some tight editing manages to keep the film within 100 minutes, again a welcome treat. The writing is crisp and the director keeps a firm hold on all his characters, never letting them fly off the rails.

  • Dolly Ki Doli’s ambiguous, unapologetic tone favours the overall whimsy narrative and its aversion to melodrama…

  • Srijana Mitra Das
    Srijana Mitra Das
    Times Of India


    Watch this one for fun on the run. As long as you’re not light-laugh-lactose intolerant.

  • DOLLY KI DOLI is a stress buster that will make you smile as you’ll leave the theatre. Debutante director Abhishek Dogra has competently extracted superb performances from the entire starcast. The unpredictable climax of the film works to the advantage too. But the four day weekend will help this Dolly ensnare many patrons. The word of mouth will be the key in witnessing the growth. We say, it’s a roller coaster entertainer. Enjoy it with your families.

  • Overall, despite glitches that test your sense of logic and actuality, ‘Dolly Ki Doli’ comes across an entertaining film.

  • Debut director Abhishek Dogra gives us a film that’s an above-average entertainer, with an interesting story and a solid ensemble cast. Worth a watch!