• Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    This is the kind of movie which will sharply divide audiences. And that’s as it should be. Once I began seeing it as the murmurings of a different mind, I bought it as a caper, as burlesque, where nothing is as it is. I had problems with some of it, but I really liked the rest of it.

  • Raja Sen
    Raja Sen
    Hindustan Times


    Watch this film. As evidenced by a man Bobby sees carrying homilies on placards on a street corner, Judgementall Hai Kya knows the difference between accepting and determining something. It is a film about malicious misdirection, and the validity of our narratives — especially those labelled incorrect. It’s okay to jump at a cockroach even if you’re the only one who sees it. From the right angle, a bug is a feature.

  • Kangana Ranaut’s Bravura Performance Steals the Show…Kangana Ranaut once again turns in a bravura performance- sincere, believable and watchable all the time.

  • Judgementall Hai Kya is a wild move but works because of how assured its cast is before and its crew is behind the camera…

  • What is commendable is that Judgementall Hai Kya delivers the message without turning preachy or self-conscious. The breezy flow of the narrative, which isn’t broken until parts of the second half begin to seem a tad indulgent, ensures that we are invested in the plight of the characters all the way through.

  • Sreeparna Sengupta
    Sreeparna Sengupta
    Times Of India


    ‘Judgementall Hai Kya’ keeps the element of suspense alive all the way till the end.The film pushes the envelope as a dark,psychological whodunit,with a social message weaved in that can’t be ignored.

  • The film deserves applause for pushing the envelope of a quirky thriller that goes beyond a basic whodunnit.

  • Prakash Kovelamudi deserves applause for pushing the envelope with a quirky thriller that goes beyond the basic realms of a whodunnit, and makes people think and absorb. It treads into a zone Bollywood rarely ventures into. Leave your judgements at home and watch this film.

  • This isn’t a normal movie. From its treatment to the narrative, everything screams madness. On a brighter side, the story is strong enough to back the wacky side of it. Kangana Ranaut is definitely the queen, but this deck of cards have multiple aces to offer.

  • …is a well-made film with powerful performances from both Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao. At the box office, it will cater mainly to the multiplex frequenting audience.

  • Rear Window (1954) by Hitchcock made the unreliable narrator narrative popular in Hollywood. Thanks to films like Gone Girl and Girl On A Train, it’s getting a resurgence in the West. In Bollywood, the recent Badla gave us an example of how twisted such narratives can be. Judgementall Hai Kya is carrying the torch forward. It’s another female centric film that leads you across numerous red herrings before finally reaching the denouement. 

  • Whether or not you’re easily drawn to this alternate world (let alone its conclusion), what can’t be denied is how brilliantly Kanika Dhillon carves out a fine suspense-thriller.

  • Prakash Kovelamudi’s Bollywood debut is worth all the adulation and it goes without saying that Kangana and Rajkummar’s performance has truly made the film that it has turned out to be. Go for it folks and let yourself immerse in never-seen-before suspense and horror drama. 

  • Bollywood Life
    Bollywood Life
    Bollywood Life


    Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao already sit on a commendable body of work but JudgeMentall Hai Kya has and will reserve a special place in their filmography. Watch it for their explosive screen presence and counter performance. We are going with 4 stars.

  • Anyway, as far as addressing mental illnesses goes, Judgementall Hai Kya doesn’t do any more harm than already done by Hindi movies, even if it doesn’t aim at respecting the affected individuals’ fate either. For that, I am grateful. Small mercies. In fact, the social cause is not on its priority list, and it works in the film’s favour. It aims to be a thriller and thrill it does not unless you call 2-inch long, flying cockroaches appearing on-screen thrilling.

  • Judgemental Hai Kya is a hugely satisfying, snappy thriller with its 1 hour and 56 minutes running time. Entering Bobby and Keshav’s muddled heads is a risk worth taking.

  • Watch it for its uniqueness, and the edge-of-seat thrill. Also, here is Kangana in her most weird avatar till date. 

  • Despite the appallingly spelled title, Judgementall Hai Kya is to be lauded for de-stigmatising mental illness and spinning an engaging, entertaining yarn while doing so.

  • Judgementall Hai Kya might not be the perfect thriller-comedy, but it’s surely an attempt to try something different without being judgemental about the audience’s taste.