• …the film rests largely on the able shoulders of Gulshan Devaiah, who succeeds in making you care for a character that’s not always likeable. Devaiah brings an everyman earnestness to Mandar, which protects him from coming off as a deviant. Too bad the film itself is promising but ultimately disappointing. A film, that in the end, delivers little else but cheap laughs.

  • Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    ‘Hunterrr’ is about a guy who can’t keep it in his pants…And what does it say about Indian society that men can be out-there hunters, and women have to be content to be under-the-radar prey? When will Bollywood give us a film in which men and women are equal opportunity offenders? Can it ever?

  • Raja Sen
    Raja Sen


    Hunterrr is a deeply problematic film, and fails rather miserably…

  • Anupama Chopra
    Anupama Chopra
    Hindustan Times


    Hunterrr runs for 141 minutes and feels even longer. That’s just way too much time to spend on the life and emotions of a lech.

  • Sweta Kaushal
    Sweta Kaushal
    Hindustan Times


    However, for all its good intentions and cinematic beauty, Hunterrr fails to become the milestone for its genre. The film is stretched, especially in the second half. Harshvardhan Kulkarni defies the chronological way of story-telling, and the tool that could have added intrigue to the narrative, actually brings confusion. There is a clear attempt to validate Mandar’s actions relating them to incidents in his earlier life, but most of the times, the connection is not clear to the audience.

  • Suparna Sharma
    Suparna Sharma
    Deccan Chronicle


    Barring a few brief peccadilloes, the film is now homage to the redeeming powers of love and the institution of marriage. It’s all about how love, like the Hindus’ Ganga shanan, Muslims’ wuzoo, Christians’ baptism, washes away our sins, birthing a new, pure, righteous marriageable one.

    This morality play, dragging us down since the Elizabethan times, is, well, again, fun interrupts.

  • The promising premise at the heart of Hunterrr is marred by a loopy, laidback storytelling style.

    The film is too long, too languid and eventually too loose to leave a lasting impression.

  • Sarita Tanwar
    Sarita Tanwar
    DNA India


    The film takes you back and forth from 1989 to 2015 so many times, it will make your head spin. You wish that Mandar would finally figure out what he wants. The premise that all boys change after they fall in love is too thin and predictable to keep you hooked for the two hours and twenty minutes the film runs. Also the film stereotypes all married women as frustrated and willing to jump into bed with the first single eligible men.

  • Rohit Khilnani
    Rohit Khilnani
    India Today


    The concept seems interesting but when it’s not backed by a good story it looks like the makers just are resorting to witless humor to get some eyeballs. Hunterrr seems nothing but another forced adult comedy!

  • Suhani Singh
    Suhani Singh
    India Today


    Hunterrr has its share of dirty jokes, frivolous fun and the uninhibited moments which will increase its appeal from boys to men. However, one wishes that as the film reaches the always foreseeable end there was a better depiction of Mandar’s redemption.

  • Well, it is strictly for adults and only those who can look at the film beyond the mere premise of sex. It is certainly not meant for people who are a little orthodox when it comes to sexual content. It is a never seen before journey of adulthood and hell no it will not preach you ‘how to score’.

  • Sachin Chatte
    Sachin Chatte
    The Navhind Times


    Hunterrr belongs to that very rare genre in Bollywood of sex comedies and we are not talking of the ones with cheap jokes and double entendres. Hunterrr in many ways goes for the jugular and succeeds to some extent. While it is a novel effort of sorts, it fails in getting the basic right – such films have to be crisp, to the point and should not overstay their welcome, the final stretch of this debut film by Harshvardhan Kulkarni drags on.

  • Watch it if brazen in your face is enough to titillate you. If not, let’s wait for a more mature film dealing with sex.

  • Piyush Chopra
    Piyush Chopra


    With forgettable performances, an overstretched narrative and sex jokes that rarely hit the mark, Hunterrr is an unconvincingly unconvincing film that you shouldn’t be falling prey to this weekend.

  • Daily Bhaskar
    Daily Bhaskar
    Daily Bhaskar


    Hunterrr is yet another failed attempt at making a good adult comedy, yet again letting the audience get disappointed. Perhaps, the makers had smartly included all the wetness inducing stuff in the trailer itself. So we suggest you see the trailer of the film on loop to keep yourself in oblivion that Bollywood is capable of delivering a decent adult comedy.

  • Between the two main characters the movie collects enough material not only to flit between various timelines (that we’ve been going through anyway), but also between various possibilities of what could happen in various scenes. We basically keep going back and forth and back…. The movie has nowhere to go. I’m sorry at some point you’re just desperate to go home, and maybe catch this on TV instead.

  • Tanaya Ramyani
    Tanaya Ramyani


    It’s very rare that Bollywood treats us with adult comedies. And here, we are talking about good comedy and not trash like Grand Masti. Hunterrr is the perfect film for a weekend watch. Packed with comedy and drama, this Hunterrr will make you roarrr with laughter!

  • Ladies, if you like being called ‘Party Pack’ and ‘Family Pack’ and have the same IQ as the female characters of this film, you too might dissolve into giggles and enjoy the cheeky humiliation. For those men who think being creepy is cute, this is your fairytale. For all the sane people, call your DVD guy to rent out a genuine sex comedy instead!

  • Hunterrr is a film with a good plot but with too many flashbacks which irritates. A true Savitha Babhi fan should watch it in theater!

  • Siddhi Palande
    Siddhi Palande


    The jokes are not entirely too bad, a few do tickle your funny bone. But that’s that. The film’s music is also appeasing and some songs have a repeat value. Our favourite so far has been Naina and Chori Chori.