• Plodding on for what seems like eternity, this is an earnest but exhausting film.

  • Mayank Shekhar
    Mayank Shekhar
    Hindustan Times


    Extreme love for the progeny produces corruption in several societies. It produces some terribly inspired entertainment in India. Few grudge the latter as much, I suppose. They don’t have to sit through it, if they don’t wish to. I didn’t have a choice.

  • This one is strictly for old-timers who could get a high seeing Dharmendra, Vinod Khanna and Rishi Kapoor in the same frame even if it is for just a few minutes. The rest would be happier watching Shah Rukh’s antics in 3-D.

  • Hema Malini chooses to direct similar emotionally-charged scenes on loop, this time in Turkey. The cinematography here is breathtaking but unfortunately not enough to keep you hooked.

  • On the whole, Tell Me O Kkhuda does not have the merits to make any mark at the box-office.

  • Taran Adarsh
    Taran Adarsh
    Bollywood Hungama


    On the whole, TELL ME O KKHUDA has an erratic script, which works in bits and spurts. That, honestly, isn’t enough!

  • The immature way in which Hema Malini deals with this complex subject is what is absolutely shocking. It’s a joke. And a terrible one at that. Also, there is no flow to the story and every attempt to find her real father turns into something of a farce

  • Githa Vanan
    Githa Vanan


    By the end of it, you neither remember the music [Pritam], the camerawork, the editing or for that matter, the reason why you wanted to watch the film in the first place.