• Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    ‘Yeh Faasley’ has an intriguing premise. The connection between a father and a motherless daughter is usually made stronger because there is just the two of them, and that’s what it seems when Devinder Devilal Dua ( Kher) is first shown rapping companionably with daughter Arunima ( Desai).

  • Nikhat Kazmi
    Nikhat Kazmi
    Times Of India


    The film does show flashes of substance and form, but there’s a whole lot of flab that renders it formless.

  • Mayank Shekhar
    Mayank Shekhar
    Hindustan Times


    You couldn’t care less for the characters, let alone the frikin’ killer. Anupam Kher’s the film’s leading man. Talented Pawan Malhotra plays the second lead. Which is good to know, so far as risking with top billings are concerned. Bombay films may still seem far from producing draws like a matured Meryl Streep. We could soon have Philip Seymour Hoffmans of our own. How about a “did he, did he not” like Doubt (2008) to match expectations from a script as well? Ah, never mind that.

  • Wonder what was going on in Anupam Kher’s head to agree to act in it. Shouldn’t we, instead, just get nostalgic watching Kher’s infinitely better act as an alcoholic father to Pooja Bhatt in the 1989 flick Daddy?

  • The tragedy is that Yeh Faasley isn’t even unintentionally funny so it doesn’t make the grade of so-bad-that-it’s-good. It’s just pure tedium. I’m going with one and a half stars.

  • Renuka Rao
    Renuka Rao
    DNA India


    Honestly, we wonder why this film was even released. Please do not subject yourself to the boring ride that is Yeh Faasley, especially because there are some fantastic Oscar-nominated films to pick from this weekend.

  • All in all, Yeh Faasley is a botched thriller. It will fail at the box-office on account of its extremely weak script and lack of face value.

  • Taran Adarsh
    Taran Adarsh
    Bollywood Hungama


    On the whole, YEH FAASLEY fails to deliver.

  • YEH FAASLEY is like travelling a faasla of 100 kms only to find out, you have reached the wrong destination.

  • Pooja Rao
    Pooja Rao


    eh Faasley is one those very few movies that works quite the opposite, the inconsistencies in the screenplay impossible to reason with.