• Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    For this dish, you need to assemble the following. Girl. Should be able to handle guns and talk tough….
    Guy. Who speaks some kind of weird mish-mash of UP-Bihari Hindi and a wildly-printed shirt, which tells us he is a) naïve and b)good-at-heart….

  • Rohit Vats
    Rohit Vats
    Hindustan Times


    Tamanchey lacks novelty but can be watched once for its tongue in cheek dialogues.

  • No amount of catchy soundtrack, meticulous set design, or slick editing (by Manish Jaitly) can save the film from the lofty, misplaced ambitions of the people entrusted with guiding it.

  • This hackneyed tale of a trio of law-breakers who struggle to keep out of harm’s way only to discover that crime does not pay has no clear sense of place.

  • Meena Iyer
    Meena Iyer
    Times Of India


    One star in the rating is reserved solely for the livewire, Richa Chadha. Like in Fukrey, in Tamanchey too, she gets her bindaas, badass girl act pat.

  • Harshada Rege
    Harshada Rege
    DNA India


    Watch it only if you have nothing better to do this weekend.

  • The film suffers in the editing department (Manish Jaitly) and so does the cinematography (Dani Sanchez Lopez). The film’s screenplay (Shailesh Pratap Singh, Bharat Ratan) is very average, while action sequences (Kaushal & Moses) seem very stereotyped and bring nothing new to the table.

    All in all, TAMANCHEY is an average fare.

  • Sachin Chatte
    Sachin Chatte
    The Navhind Times


    The writing is superficial and the actors seem to be convinced of that. The otherwise reliable Richa Chadda tries to infuse some life but even she looks disinterested at times. Nikhil Dwivedi is also saddled with a role that is no great shakes. The back ground score has a zing but pity it is wasted on a film like Tamanchey.

  • Watching TAMANCHEY gives you a feeling that the script was written on the sets, just like most of our television serials.

  • Actually, the premise of this movie had potential. Two selfish and materialistic people suddenly find passion so strong that they can’t keep their hands off each other and everything else starts taking a backseat. But unfortunately, the execution (director Navneet Behal) is terribly sketchy and immature.

  • Mansha Rastogi
    Mansha Rastogi


    An inane plot, poor execution and forced acting all makes for a bad film. Tamanchey misses the shot. Easily Avoidable.

  • IndiaGlitz
    India Glitz


    A juvenile attempt to twine the Tarantino wine with desi Bonnie and Clyde whiskey, first timer producer director Suryaveer Singh Bhullar’s ‘Tamanchey’ shoots many blanks in this desi action, attitude ‘guy’ type exercise that aims to be ‘cool’ but turns cold.

  • The film, directed by Navneet Behal, gives the viewer nothing new. One wonders the purpose of making a crime film (we recently saw Desi Kattey, again titled after guns), that the viewer has seen a hundred times already. Curious, really!

  • Given the “different” setting for the love story Tamanchey could have had a spark that could’ve made it at least a film watching once, if not a good film. That as you know by now, didn’t quite work out.

  • The movie just works for our lead couple performances, who try to hard to conceal the badly sketched story line.