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Flies High!

A scene-to-scene yet a solid remake about a man of conviction who started a low-cost airline in the early 2000s, sure to inspire and create an impact for the first time viewers. An engaging watch for the people who have already seen the original.(more)

Source: Ashwin Ram, MovieCrow


Akshay Kumar stars in creaky melodrama that'll remind you of a 60s weepie

The nicest part of the film, like in the original, are the ordinary folk who come out of the first flight, their faces lit-up and beaming. That�s what you take away from this loose adaptation of G R Gopinath�s memoir �Simply Fly : A Deccan Odyssey�, as well as the freeze frames of Gopinath and his f...(more)

Source: Shubara Gupta, Indian Express


Akshay Kumar soars in his 150th film, an inspirational and moving biopic

Sarfira is a tad stretched and long, especially in the second half when the story has already taken off, but takes forever to land. A crisper narrative and some clever cuts at the editing table would have helped. The songs seemed a bit too unnecessary and could have easily been avoided to keep the s...(more)

Source: Monika Rawal Kukreja, Hindustan Times


Akshay Kumar's Film Does Not Exactly Soar Above The Clouds

Sarfira will spring no surprises. If you haven't, are an Akshay Kumar fan and do not mind overboiled, excessively stirred drama, it might be worth a trip to a multiplex near you.(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee, NDTV Movies


Akshay Kumar soars in this inspirational tale of grit and determination

The film is an Akshay Kumar showcase from start to finish. The actor delivers a nuanced performance, effortlessly portraying a range of emotions � disappointment, frustration, gratitude, helplessness, and love. He shines in scenes like his heartfelt plea for a loan at the airport and his endearing a...(more)

Source: Dhaval Roy, Times Of India


Akshay Kumar is on autopilot in this 'Soorarai Pottru' remake

imilarly, the social texture of the story also gets diluted in the remake. Early in the Tamil version, Maran�s (Suriya) dance during a funeral procession placed him in a social context. Here it is more like the character living up to the film�s title. Maran�s socialist father had more socio-politica...(more)

Source: Anuj Kumar, The Hindu


Akshay Kumar Presents A Riveting Tale Of Enterprise And Grit

After a long time, we have a biopic that is full of entertaining sequences and not just seriousness. Akshay Kumar has been having a bad patch since 2021�s Sooryavanshi (but for his cameo in OMG 2) and this one deserves to end the dull phase.(more)

Source: Rajiv Vijayakar, Koimoi


SARFIRA tells an inspiring story in an engaging manner.

SARFIRA tells an inspiring story in an engaging manner and rests on Akshay Kumar's strong performance. At the box office, its prospects would be greatly limited due to a niche subject and limited buzz. It will, therefore, do ordinary business.(more)

Source: Bollywood Hungama, Bollywood Hungama