Gunday Movie Review by renowned Bollywood Critics.
Overall Rating: 2.6/5
Gunday Movie Review by Taran Adarsh
Rating - 3.5/5
A couple of masala fares that released last year were spiceless, borrowing the age-old template to woo moviegoers of all ages. GUNDAY, which also falls in the same genre [masala], has an attention-grabbing premise, well-etched-out characters, high-octane drama, is generously peppered with vibrant songs and energetic action pieces, boasts of defining performances from the principal cast and of course, is an entertainer. In short, GUNDAY is for those who relish and celebrate masala cinema.
On the whole, GUNDAY has a credible story to tell, is packed with unexpected twists that keep you on the edge and offers entertainment in large doses. This racy, gripping masala fare is sure to hit the pot of gold at the box-office! Read Full Review
Gunday Movie Review by Komal Nahta
Rating - 3/5
Ali Abbas Zafar has set his film in the ’70s and ’80s. His story offers little novelty as it follows the tried and tested path of two bosom pals falling in love with the same girl, falling out with each other because of that, etc. His screenplay is replete with scenes one has seen in the films of the 1970s and 1980s.
On the whole, Gunday is an ordinary fare with two aspects going hugely in its favour – very good music and the flying start it has taken. It will, therefore, prove to be a comfortably paying proposal for all concerned. Read Full Review
Gunday Movie Review by Raja Sen (Rediff)
Rating - 0.5/5
Gunday is the sort of film some people may mistakenly call a bromance.
There is, however, nothing bro-tastic at all about this loud and slow-motion actioner, a film that tries hard to be old-school but proves only that its makers need to be schooled. Read Full Review
Gunday Movie Review by Mohar Basu (Koimoi)
Rating - 3.5/5
Gunday is miles away from being a bad film. The passion of the film was too superficial to engage the audiences in a vehement narrative. It is Irrfan Khan’s hypnotic cameo, Ranveer’s energy, the superb dialogues and the thrill that remains for most part which works off as the whiff for magic for this clumsy film which prefers indulging in superfluities more than substance. In the end, undeniably Gunday is a must watch for being a sexy show that deserves to be watched for the oomph in it and bombastic dialogues. Read Full Review