• Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    The only trouble with the Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan’s Sui Dhaaga is its total predictability: you know what’s coming miles before the characters do.

  • Raja Sen
    Raja Sen
    Hindustan Times


    Anushka Sharma, Varun Dhawan film is as exciting as watching a shirt-pocket get monogrammed with a familiar logo.

  • Anupama Chopra
    Anupama Chopra
    Film Companion


    So Sui Dhaaga: Made In India is unsatisfying but also poignant. I think the best analogy might be Anu Malik’s song in the film – Chaav Laaga, which isn’t as soul stirring as Moh Moh Ke Dhaage from Dum Laga Ke Haisha – but it’s still worth listening to.

  • Rohit Vats
    Rohit Vats


    Varun Dhawan surprises with his willingness to take risks. Who would have thought he could play a docile character with such ease? He weaves his suits and charm with equal finesse. Anushka Sharma holds her own and never lets anyone snatch her spotlight.

  • Suparna Sharma
    Suparna Sharma
    Deccan Chronicle


    Sui Dhaga, having been rung through a big production house of Bollywood, in this case Yash Raj Productions, suffers the same fate.

  • No overblown drama, no weepy speech, Sui Dhaaga’s sunshine spirit and throwaway nok jhonk pervades the uncertainty and exploitation…

  • The film falters when it moves away from being an intimate portrait and takes to grandstanding to find a solution to Mamta and Mauji’s problems. The convoluted plot is a drawback, but much like a tapestry, the beauty here lies in the detail, in the small things. And in this respect, “Sui Dhaaga” is a winner.

  • Ronak Kotecha
    Ronak Kotecha
    Times Of India


    Sui Dhaaga is sewn together with strong performances and moments that tell a convincing story.

  • Meena Iyer
    Meena Iyer
    DNA India


    Sui Dhaaga has a spirited  Varun and some truly witty dialogue.  You can toss a coin and decide whether or not to watch it for this young actor, who carries the burden of this mediocre film  with his never-say-die spirit.

  • Sui Dhaaga starring Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma is director Sharat Katariya’s second film after Dum Laga Ke Haisha. The film is enjoyable in its little moments and nuances…

  • Mohar Basu
    Mohar Basu


    This script has certainly been written with love. It helps that both Dhawan and Sharma are in top form. Yet, the tempo drops in the second half. The drama runs thin, and outlandish plots that see artisans turn into fashion designers raise many eyebrows. The unimpressive climax is disjointed, a far cry from the tone the film carried up until then. Despite its rousing moments, the film leaves you feeling unfulfilled.

  • Anushka Sharma, Varun Dhawan are sweet in this rallying cry for self-sufficiency and self-respect…

  • Namrata Joshi
    Namrata Joshi
    The Hindu


    Ultimately Sui Dhaaga pans out like Lagaan—a rag tag team hits a sixer on the fashion ramp; the hoi polloi earn the approval of the gentry. It is a tad flat in comparison to the more layered quirkiness of his previous outing, Dum Laga Ke Haisha, but you still care and root for Katariya’s characters and can’t help appreciate the fact that the agent provocateur in this film, as in DLKH, continues to be a woman. To borrow a line from the film itself, despite many hiccups, sab badhiya hai (all is well).