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A Brilliantly Staged Film On A Horrifying Tragedy

Anthony Maras's "Hotel Mumbai" accounts the Mumbai terror attacks on Nov 26 in its most intense and dignified way possible. The chilling ambience and the recreation of panic and horror is brutally brilliant.(more)

Source: Suhansid Srikanth, MovieCrow


Dev Patel Overshadows Anupam Kher, Arnie Hammer In Taut And Gripping Film

It is a real-life horror revisited. But it never jumps the gun and stays firmly focused on the human facet of drama.(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee , NDTV Movies


A gripping, gut-wrenching watch

Hotel Mumbai is a gripping, nerve-wrecking and emotionally draining watch. And as the film releases in India close to the date of the actual terrorist attacks (eleven years ago), it risks triggering horrifying memories and re-opening emotional wounds. But at the same time, it also reminds us of the ...(more)

Source: Sreeparna Sengupta, Times Of India


Dev Patel and Anupam Kher film is neither black nor white. It's just right

Maras's film is not a black-and-white propaganda film. But at the same time, it leaves out several details that were crucial slips. Like the rifles not working, for instance, that laid bare the police's inadequacy at handling a siege of this proportion. It, however, focuses on the humane side of thi...(more)

Source: Nairita Mukherjee , India Today


Flattened humanism in a thrilling film

Even in that pulsating moment, this sounds like an admission. An admission of dread, yes, but also of ignorance.(more)

Source: Shilajit Mitra, The New Indian Express


A chilling film

There is no attempt to relieve the tension, no little side stories to humour its audience, and almost no strained sentimentality. However, that both serves this deeply chilling script well -- more chilling for it being real -- and takes away from it.(more)

Source: Shalini Langer, Indian Express


Dev Patel shines in cathartic cinematic experience; an antidote to populist propaganda

Director Anthony Maras' treatment of terrorists might ruffle some feathers, but Dev Patel's strong performance make it a defiant and cathartic cinematic experien(more)

Source: Rohan Naahar, Hindustan Times