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  • Summary: The story of the movie is about elections in India and what each candidate will do to achieve their goal. (UTV Motion Pictures)
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  1. Reviewed by: Lisa Tsering
    60
    Its adult and hard-hitting subject matter probably won't bring in masala-loving family crowds, but it offers a lesson with long-lasting emotional and moral impact for thinking audiences.
  2. Reviewed by: Rachel Saltz
    50
    Raajneeti, with its large cast of characters and wealth of subplots, is often a mess, but an interesting one.
  3. Reviewed by: Robert Abele
    40
    Aims for something trenchant about thwarted destiny and ugly ambition in modern Indian democracy but mostly winds up with a convoluted and tonally awkward "Godfather" rehash, with nary a character worth rooting for.
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  1. Feb 8, 2014
    10
    On the whole, Raajneeti makes a sweeping impact. A truly admirable effort, this brilliant film is not to be missed. The film has a number of talented names in supporting roles and each remain etched in your memory, especially Dayashanker Pandey, Chetan Pandit, Darshan Jariwala, Shruti Seth, Kiran Karmarkar and Vinay Apte. Nikhila Trikha, as Arjun and Ranbir's mother, is admirable. Rated UA parental Guidence for strong bomb violence, a disturbing car scene, sexuality and some language. Expand