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  • Release Date: Aug 15, 2013
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  1. Aug 20, 2013
    Every moment is electrifying, thrilling and cracking with suspense till the climax. I know, it's not better than Ajay Devgan had made it but Akshay Kumar is brilliant with Rajat Arorra's splendid dialogues. It's a movie worth watching. The movie isn't fully gangster but its about a corrupt Bombay that shines with hate, ferocious violence and sex. Imran Khan is good and Sonakshi Sinha is a cute little big cameo that works. The movie has a good 90's feel to it and works in a sense. Mahesh Majraker has a small and villanious cameo as well. The songs are good as well that have been well lyriced. Shohaib is a bad man and Akshay Kumar rocks as the villain with the dialogues he is awesome. QUATIMD is good enough and Milan Luthria has made a good and understandable saga of love, crime and violence. Expand
  2. Aug 19, 2013
    I don't know why some critics gave it a 2 or 2.5 star rating, they gave some senseless, very bad films a 4 or 4.5 star rating. But Film-makers don't make films for critics, they make films for audiences and this film totally makes audience thrill. Film has some loose moment but can be ignored.
    Movie is a love triangle with lots of Action and super thrill. Background music is killer, and
    Cinematography is way too good, and the best part is it's climax
    But a one time watch movie.
    Direction 8/10
    Acting 6/10
    Story 6/10
    Music 8/10

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  1. Reviewed by: Nicole Herrington
    Aug 17, 2013
    Poor pacing and editing result in a lack of transition between scenes; poignant moments are punctuated with distracting music; and the dialogue is overstuffed with platitudes that land like corny messages from fortune cookies.