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Sidharth Malhotra, Riteish Deshmukh's Film Is Anything But To Die For

Marjaavaan at your own peril. The film is so short of new ideas that at least a couple of its songs are rehashes. One of them has Nora Fatehi gyrating to it with all the enthusiasm in the world. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that too many people will be queuing up to pay her - and the unabashed retr...(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee , NDTV Movies


Sidharth Malhotra and Riteish Deshmukh film makes you want to scream marjaavaan

Marjaavaan has nothing we can take away, except a fleeting obsession we spotted in Vishnu when he realised his sworn enemy, Raghu, has no interest in continuing the enmity, despite several provocations. At that moment, Vishnu's life was left purpose-less, for what do you do when your opponent drops ...(more)

Source: Nairita Mukherjee, India Today


Sidharth Malhotra- Riteish Deshmukh's poetry slam will give you a headache

I, for one, will remember the film for its Raavan effigy with eight-pack abs. The bulked-up king of Lanka was perhaps the only nod to 2019.(more)

Source: Jyoti Sharma Bawa , Hindustan Times


Death by masala film

Marjaavaan is loud, overcooked and overdone. Turgid and tedious it just passes you by, without you caring for anyone or anything on the big screen.(more)

Source: NAMRATA JOSHI, The Hindu


Sidharth Malhotra, whatcha doin' with this loud Neanderthal sermon?

Marjaavaan is so hackneyed that even the usually restrained Malhotra is driven to intermittent over-acting during its two-hours-plus running time. Deshmukh hams his way through playing Vishnu. Ms Sutaria is bland.(more)

Source: Anna MM Vetticad, Firstpost.com


Sidharth Malhotra, Riteish Deshmukh's Film Promises Masala, But Sells Churan!

All said and done, the movie targets the single-screen audiences and misses that terribly. Yes, masala movies in Bollywood are dying but that doesn't mean we'll start taking the wrong medicines to revive the patient.(more)

Source: Umesh Punwani, Koimoi


A Ghastly Movie With No Heart, Soul, Mind and Body

Director Milap Zaveri doesn't bother with mundane filmmaking elements like transitions, cuts, continuity and beats(more)

Source: Rahul Desai, Filmcompanion.in

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Tum Hi Aana” Kunaal Vermaa Jubin Nautiyal Listen
2 “Ek Toh Kum Zindagani” Tanishk Bagchi, A. M. Turaz Neha Kakkar, Yash Narvekar
3 “Thodi Jagah” Rashmi Virag Arijit Singh
4 “Haiya Ho” Tanishk Bagchi Tulsi Kumar, Jubin Nautiyal
5 “Kinna Sona” Kumaar Jubin Nautiyal, Dhvani Bhanushali