Saaho

critic Reviews

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    Rachel SaltzNew York Times
    The movie is crisply, sometimes stylishly shot, but it's too muddled to be slick and too lacking in charm to establish any emotional stakes.
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    Musanna AhmedFilm Inquiry
    Spectacle, that's the key word here. With one of the biggest budgets in Indian cinema history, everything is blown up in Saaho, sometimes literally.
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    Kumar ShyamThe National (UAE)
    Saaho promised to be a spectacle, and it exceeds expectation.
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    Manoj Kumar RThe Indian Express
    [A]n ostentatiously nonsensical film, which cannot be salvaged even if the makers are willing to spend another Rs 100 crore.
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    Shilpa JamkhandikarReuters
    At 179 minutes, "Saaho" drags on and on.
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    Anna M.M. VetticadFirstpost
    [A]n over-indulgent, over-stylised film in which looks have been prioritised over substance, swagger over script.
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    Poulomi DasArré
    It's not like anyone was expecting or demanding Saaho to be intelligent. But the fact that the film isn't even tolerable, is indefensible. The least Saaho could have done is not thwarted its own potential.
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    Karthik KumarHindustan Times
    Prabhas's Saaho is so ambitious in its scale that it almost fools you into believing it's a great film. Unfortunately, it doesn't even come close to being great and just manages to emerge as a decent watch.
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    Devesh SharmaFilmfare
    Go for it if you're a die-hard Prabhas fan and like leave-your-brains-behind kind of action. Otherwise avoid.
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    Nandini RamnathScroll.in
    [T]he 179-minute movie crumbles under the weight of its ambitions.
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