A Gentleman Movie Reviews

A GENTLEMAN Official Trailer


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Reviewer: Rajeev Masand

Rating: 1.5/5 Stars


Reviewer: Anupama Chopra

Rating: 2.5/5 Stars


Reviewer: The Times Of India

Rating: 3/5 Stars

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 the downside of that risky reveal is that the intrigue is sucked out of the movie. The second half steadily declines into the usual action fare with stolen hard drives, close-quarter combats and heists in big glass buildings. The elaborate action sequences will make you want to check your phones.

In such moments, the film’s lead pair helps in keeping your eyes on the screen. Sidharth plays the two parts with distinctive skills and puts his charm to good use. Jacqueline’s sincerity is palpable and she makes for a breezy addition here, but her role is unnecessary. Hussain Dalal provides comic relief and Darshan Kumar’s one-note villainous act is satisfactory.

The film would have been a perfect entertainer had it held its cards closer to its chest. However, it still has plenty bang for your buck.

Reviewer: Indian Express

Rating: 2/5 Stars

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Some of the proceedings, especially the light-hearted banter between Malhotra and his colleague, played by Dalal, are fun: that’s when you see the skills of the directors being utilized fully.

And while we are fully O-ding on the eye-candy on display (there’s ample evidence that Malhotra and Fernandez both possess washboard abs, and other whistle-worthy attributes), we also wish that there was some more comic-book energy in the plot, which keeps sliding and slowing.

That’s the only way spoofs can remain spiffy, and worthy of our complete attention.

Reviewer: Hindustan Times

Rating: 3/5 Stars

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A Gentleman is not a flawless film, it is full of cliches and typecasts the characters – be it casting black men as the foot soldiers of the villain, their language or even the ringtone of his phone. Even the climax action sequence conforms to decades old cliche – the hero’s anger is at its worst when poked about the heroine. The songs of A Gentleman also disrupt the narrative and do not take the story any further.

But Raj and DK have managed to narrate the plain and full-of-cliches story in their own quirky style and their dialogues and the screenplay make it fun to watch.

Reviewer: Koimoi

Rating: 2.5/5 Stars

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Even though the film’s trailers and the first time pairing of Sidharth Malhotra and Jacqueline Fernandez created all the possible excitement to drive the audience to the theatres to watch the film, the film, in totality fails to impress. By the time the film ends, it lands up disappointing the cine goer. At the same time, for all those who adore and idolize Sidharth Malhotra, A Gentleman serves as the perfect ‘visual treat’ for them.

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