Pataakha Review – bollywood

Average notes:3,33 / 5
Goal: 100% positive
Reviews counted: 6
Positive: 5
Neutral: 1
Negative: 0

Notes:3.5 / 5 Review by: Rachit Gupta Site: Times Of India

Vishal Bhardwaj, as he always does with his films, has tried to put a lot of spin on this comedy. The music is rustic but very pleasant. He also provided an interesting background note. In the second half of the year, as the film briefly explores a psychological reason for the sisters' tendency to fight, the science-fiction background music adds a delightful twist to the debates. But despite all its creative and creative touches, Pataakha still feels like a story that lasts a little too long.

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Notes:3/5 Review by: Meena Iyer Site: DNA

A rural audience can connect with this film sometimes funny, sometimes without humor. However, I must admit that it left me scared, healed and shivering because of his scream. For my part, I am grateful for not having a sister! Verdict: Look at Pataakha if you like walking on the dark side. In all fairness, not all cinemas can be avoided.

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Notes:3/5 Review by: Hungama Site: Hungly in Bollywood

PATAAKHA is a black comedy and definitely has its moments. Fortunately, the duration is 136 minutes. The first parts are windy and fun. Fortunately, scenes of physical fighting between the sisters are not incorporated from time to time. Overall, PATAAKHA is a decent artist who has his moments, but the post-interval portions are unconvincing. At the box office, you will have to rely on word of mouth to record decent collections.

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Notes:4/5 Review by: Shaheen Site: Deccan Chronicle

Overall, Pataakha is fine but it could have been great if the plot was stronger than a story about two sisters with dreams. However, we do not complain much because it is a complete artist for the masses. And oh, did I mention, Sanya showed her feminine side in this film and goes out in a more daring way than Dangal? It may be time to transfer his name from the "Dangal girl" to "Pataakha".

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Notes:2.5 / 5 Review by: Vickey Lalwani Site: SpotBoye

Overall, Pataakha is fine but it could have been great if the plot was stronger than a story about two sisters having dreams. However, we do not complain much because it is a complete artist for the masses. And oh, did I mention, Sanya showed her feminine side in this film and goes out in a more daring way than Dangal? It may be time to transfer his name from the "Dangal girl" to "Pataakha".

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Notes:4/5 Review by: Raja Sen Site: Hindustan Times

Pataakha is Vishal Bhardwaj's adaptation of a short story by Charan Singh Pathik. At first, it seemed a little complicated to see what these firecrackers are dreaming. The delights are in the details. Turns of phrase roll …

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