• Rajat Tripathi
    Rajat Tripathi
    Bollywood Life


    Watch it if you possess a keen eye to find art in the places where others can’t. If you are a regular movie-goer who just wants to be entertained, sit this one out.

  • ‘Kaalakaandi’ is an inconsistent but madcap film, with a couple of terrific performances

  • IANS


    Overall with good production quality, debutant director Akshat Verma’s attempt at this noir comedy is engaging but it goes without saying that the script material tries to sell itself a little too hard.

  • Namrata Joshi
    Namrata Joshi
    The Hindu


    Khan is especially delightful, alternating between the slapstick and the sombre with an off the cuff ease. The “Cape of Good Hope” and “Australia” bits he gets to speak are the noteworthy chuckle-inducing bits in a largely bland, facile and slight fare.

  • The best thing about Akshat Verma’s debut feature is a performance by Saif Ali Khan that is both outrageous and moving.