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Ayushmann Khurrana skillfully shoulders this relevant film that loses focus after every few steps

To sum up, Anek has its heart at the right place and is made with all the right intensions, it's the execution that's a bit disappointing and it's not a story that everyone would understand with equal amount of empathy and interest.(more)

Source: Monika Rawal Kukreja, Hindustan Times


An unsettling, thought-provoking narrative from the northeast

The film is engaging, but it could have done with a tighter screen time. It's a tad slow pre-interval and comparatively fast-paced post that, and unpacks a lot in that timespan.(more)

Source: The Times Of India, Times Of India


Ayushmann Khurrana outshines in this moderately-gripping tale of injustice

Anek is a decent watch. If political thrillers fascinate you, it might as well be your weekend pick. However, if you were to go keeping the same expectation as Article 15, then you might return disappointed.(more)

Source: Anindita Mukherjee, India Today


A Kashmiri Muslim symbolising the ruthless Indian establishment in the North-East? C'mon!

In the absence of comprehensively written characters, Anek just does not reach out across the barrier of the screen. Despite over-expository dialogues, the film seems to be communicating with itself rather than the audience. (more)

Source: Anna MM , Firstpost.com


Ayushmann Khurrana�s Message Loses In Translation, Creating A Complicated Chaos!

Anek is not a rotten film at all, it just chose to be in the wrong form on the wrong platform. I still wish Anubhav Sinha to gather the courage (and some more details) to give us a gripping show about the same subject.(more)

Source: Umesh Punvani, Koimoi


There's too much going on in Anek, and a lot of it is terribly disjointed

Anek is more credible when it lets the power brokers of Delhi conduct dirty business as usual. They are not exceptionally written, but in the skin of Manoj Pahwa and Kumud Mishra, they gain nuance if not complexity. Pahwa's Abrar, a Kashmiri Muslim often likening the NE situation to the Kashmir si...(more)

Source: Sukenya Verma, Rediff.com