India's Most Wanted
24/May/2019 Action, Thriller

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2.00

This Arjun Kapoor film about intelligence isn't particularly bright

Arjun Kapoor plays it subtle in a well-meaning thriller too restrained to be memorable. The idea at its heart is good but there's little that leaves an impact.(more)

Source: Raja Sen., Hindustan Times

2.50

Arjun Kapoor leads a manhunt in tepid thriller

The problem with India's Most Wanted is also its twist. Anyone who has been to Nepal and the places where the film takes you, can already sense there's something amiss. The landmark referred to in one of the film's crucial scenes is a giveaway. So when the twist actually arrives, it is a little too ...(more)

Source: Ananya Bhattacharya, India Today

1.50

Arjun Kapoor's earnestness has more weight than this screenplay

India's Most Wanted does not live up to the expectations it raises in its opening scenes. It lacks the punch, pizzazz and substance to make its Shah Rukh Khan reference truly effective.(more)

Source: Anna MM Vetticad, Firstpost.com

3.50

IMW is an earnest ode to the unsung heroes of our country - a story that deserves to be heard.

Arjun Kapoor is sincere but is unable to engage you fully with the trials and tribulations of his character. He does little to uplift the film that solely works for its story. The crime drama holds your attention despite the odds, given the gravity of the events it chronicles. It's commendable how R...(more)

Source: Renuka Vyavahare, Times Of India

2.00

A placid spy thriller

India's Most Wanted has the relatively novel backdrop of Nepal, where the terrorist is meant to be hiding out. New scenery usually means instant freshness. But the overall result is more a placid seen-it-before run-around than the edge-of-the-seat nail biter that it promises to be.(more)

Source: Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express

1.50

Death by boredom

The problem is Arjun Kapoor doesn't know the difference between restrained and reactionless. His spiritless act neither has clout nor the charisma to nail the leader of an IB pack. It's unbearable, this dullness. You'll find more action in a grocery shop's CCTV footage than in all of India's Most...(more)

Source: SUKANYA VERMA, Rediff.com