Release Date: January 30, 2009
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Generally favorable reviews based on 9 Ratings
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sanjaykFeb 1, 2009
This film is very interesting. i like it.
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parultFeb 1, 2009
I was very pleasantly surprised with this movie. Went to the theater not have any expectations, and walked out very happy. Superb acting, awesome direction, and a great ending. Rishi Kapoor stole the movie I thought.
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RajDFeb 6, 2009
Awesome and very good film. clever and not pandering to lowest common denominator.
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VamsiKFeb 14, 2009
New bottle that could not hold the old wine.
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AustereS.Feb 28, 2009
Raw. Real. Gripping. Honest. Authentic, and not much of Bollywood is.
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ThegodfathersonFeb 16, 2014
Farhan, on the other hands, possess enough earthiness and charisma to pull off the metamorphosis of a needy struggler to a rising star. Eventually, Luck By Chance is as much a Rishi Kapoor film as it is Farhan and Konkona's. The man in a TheFarhan, on the other hands, possess enough earthiness and charisma to pull off the metamorphosis of a needy struggler to a rising star. Eventually, Luck By Chance is as much a Rishi Kapoor film as it is Farhan and Konkona's. The man in a The Royal Tenenbaums inspired wig is simply rollicking while conveying his buoyancy for movie-making as well as gullibility when it comes to numerology, astrology and ilk. And Juhi Chawla [Images] pitches in to provide just the right laugh at the right place as the typical, you've-seen-them-galore, vanity-personified, Hunny-Shunny-spewing producer's wife. It's an extended cameo but Hrithik brings in all the possible dimensions. He plays a slightly enigmatic, edgy superstar. You never really come to know what he's all about. He wants the big films. He wants to be Peter Pan. He can tell brilliant from bogus. He seems to have heart. And yet he seems insecure. The movie features a whole lot of star/industry appearances, which are best left unmentioned and enjoyed for what it's worth. But as the acting guru Nand Kishore (taking off on a popular acting teacher) and creative writer-caught-in-a-commercial caper, Saurav Shukla and Anurag Kashyap deserve special mention. You know what? So does the film. And that's neither by Luck. Or By Chance. Rated UA for intense thematic elements, drinking and language. Expand
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