India's Most Wanted

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    Kennith RosarioThe Hindu
    With a pernicious depiction of Islam and terrorism, India's Most Wanted is a bland thriller.
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    Shubhra GuptaThe Indian Express
    The overall result is more a placid seen-it-before run-around than the edge-of-the-seat nail biter that it promises to be.
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    Anna M.M. VetticadFirstpost
    Do you sometimes sit in a movie hall and sense that what is unfolding on screen began with an interesting concept that somehow choked at the execution stage? India's Most Wanted is that kind of film.
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    Nandini RamnathScroll.in
    The best bits are right at the end, when India's Most Wanted sheds its ripped-from-the-headlines pretensions and settles for the grandstanding that is possible only in fiction.
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    Shilpa JamkhandikarReuters
    A deadpan Kapoor is ineffective as a master spy on a mission of a lifetime, putting in an one-tone, monotonous performance as Prabhat that weighs down an already sagging film.
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    Rahul DesaiFilm Companion
    Director Raj Kumar Gupta does the impossible - he makes suspense look boring and convoluted and painfully monotonous.
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    Renuka VyavahareThe Times of India
    The crime drama holds your attention despite the odds, given the gravity of the events it chronicles. It's commendable how Raj Kumar Gupta doesn't fall for the staples...
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    Rahul GangwaniFilmfare
    The movie is as real as it can get. There's no obvious jingoism on display. It moves at a fine pace and keeps you hooked for most of its runtime.
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