• Release Date: Apr 25, 2008
Metascore
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  1. Reviewed by: Rachel Saltz
    70
    Vijay Krishna Acharya, an accomplished screenwriter making his directing debut, seems eager to show that he can deliver a movie in the high style -- bright, pop and technically sophisticated -- to which Bollywood has become accustomed.
User Score
2.2

Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 5 Ratings

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  3. Negative: 4 out of 4
  1. Apr 16, 2014
    2
    Tashan is sadly a pulpy cheesy action flick with a major amount of flaws. This movie is bad, story and acting. I LOVE Akshay Kumar but thisTashan is sadly a pulpy cheesy action flick with a major amount of flaws. This movie is bad, story and acting. I LOVE Akshay Kumar but this movie ruined his career. Saif and Kareena are there as always, but Anil Kapoor is the best of the bunch. Watch it for Anil, if not- ignore it. The cheese is there but the skill isn't there. Rated U/A for bloody violence including some torture, sexual content, language and alcohol usage throughout. Full Review »
  2. NeilS
    May 13, 2008
    0
    If you're looking for a movie that will murder 131 mins. of your life without any sympathy, remorse or semblance of sanity, please do If you're looking for a movie that will murder 131 mins. of your life without any sympathy, remorse or semblance of sanity, please do watch this movie. It's an exercise in masochism. On the other hand, ALL film makers, Bollywood or otherwise, must watch it to learn about the key points of bad film-making in this millennium. Full Review »
  3. DustyM.
    Apr 29, 2008
    3
    belongs to 'leave your brains at home' category.. well, that's not possible. the audience might be schizophrenic but belongs to 'leave your brains at home' category.. well, that's not possible. the audience might be schizophrenic but isn't brain dead. Full Review »