Talaash: The Hunt Begins
03/Jan/2003 Action, Adventure

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Talaash: The Hunt Begins
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Outstanding film

TALAASH stands on its feet for the reason that it merges conspiracy, tension and tragedy with dexterousness. Add to it the turn of events, the razor sharp dialogue and of course, the suspense... TALAASH takes the suspense angle to a new altitude altogether, emerging into an exceptionally constructed...(more)

Source: Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama


Go for it

TALAASH is a team effort and that can be seen from the contribution from every department of film-making. Right from editing, to background score, to acting, to music, to make-up, to costumes and what have you...TALAASH is engrossing and entertaining. A murder mystery at its best. (more)

Source: Martin D'Souza, Glamsham.com


Not to be missed

The perfectly modulated performances by the lead trio give Talaash its frisson. Aamir Khan sinks his teeth into the cop act with effortless ease but underplays his hand to accentuate the introspective nature of the troubled man. A deglamorised Rani Mukherji plays her role with finesse and a great se...(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee, NDTV Movies


An unconventional thriller

This film will either click with you or you'll dismiss it - there's no middle-way around this one. It's ironical that a thriller demands your patience - but we still recommend you give this a watch. It's worth it! (more)

Source: Sonia Chopra, Sify.com


It's a very watchable film but not an unforgettable one

Talaash's shortcomings notwithstanding, it's a good example of an entertaining commercial film that didn't need to be lazy or senseless. Don't miss it; easily one of the better films this year. (more)

Source: Taran Adarsh, IBN Live


Not as enjoyable to watch as it deserved to be.

Someone asked me if Talaash was a watchable film, and indeed it is. It's better put together than a lot of the films we see here, and definitely strongly acted, but ends up so, so much less enjoyable than it deserved to be. (more)

Source: Raja Sen, Rediff.com