Game is a 2011 Hindi thriller film. Kabir Malhotra (Anupam Kher) is a billionaire tycoon who invites four people to his island home in Greece. None of these people have ever met each other before, and Kabir sends a different letter to each, luring them with different promises.Wikipedia
The only respite in Game is some eye-watering photography, a thrilling foot chase sequence in Istanbul, and a surprisingly understated romantic track involving Abhishek Bachchan's character. Unfortunately that's not enough to save this mess of a thriller.
Game is a good Bollywood example of a bad Hollywood film
The film predominantly suffers from a lack-lustre script (Althea Delmas Kaushal) which often borders on the corny.
For its entire obsession with ambiance, Game is, at heart, a frustratingly old-fashioned murder mystery. If you're the kind who follows the genre keenly, by second act, you'll have figured out the wild card and the culprit. Question is do you want to?
Characters behave randomly and at the end, when you try to tie it all together, it unravels even more.
'Game Over', though, is what you really look forward to.
On the whole, Game is a weak film with dull chances.
Barring some astute twists in the second half, this GAME isn't worth playing.