• Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    The three main characters as well as the bit parts do their job well. But after a point, it all becomes a bit too laidback, even the trying-to-get-laid bit. A little more fun would have put a little more, much-needed spring into Sulemani Keeda, which apparently loosely translates as “pain in the rear”. The title has its tongue firmly in the cheek; the film not as much.

  • Srijana Mitra Das
    Srijana Mitra Das
    Times Of India


    Dulal’s wry take – “Dialogues acche the. Film theek thi” – works here too. This keeda could’ve had a much sharper bite.

  • Rohit Khilnani
    Rohit Khilnani
    India Today


    …cinephiles are likely to appreciate the attempt to show how hard it is for outsiders to break into an industry which is still driven by nepotism and commerce. Despite the film’s flaws, Masurkar shows promise as a filmmaker drawing from what seem like his own experiences as a filmmaker. It will be interesting to see what he comes up with next.

  • Daily Bhaskar
    Daily Bhaskar
    Daily Bhaskar


    Sulemani Keeda is a light-hearted, which will keep you engrossed till ends, given you are aged below 30. But if you are looking for paisa vasool stuff at the theatres this week, then you could wait till the DVDs are out. You won’t regret watching the film.

  • Samiya Dinware
    Samiya Dinware


    Sulemani Keeda is an indie film full of humor, love, emotions and Bollywood. The film excels when it comes to the performances and dialogues, but the story lacks pace and loses its grip by the end. However, if you love indie films, then you must watch Sulemani Keeda with your friends.

  • At times, Sulema­ani Keeda feels like an in-group Ver­sova film that needed more to say hello to the world. At others, it feels yet anot­her variation of Luck By Chance, albeit from the margins. It didn’t stay with me for long.