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Click  (2010 - Hindi)

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  • Aakash Barvalia

    Don’t Click it…Just Kick it!

    Click rating: 2 out of 10

    By Aakash Barvalia(23 Feb 2010)

    I just can’t understand why would a good director like Sageeth Sivan came up with this kind of story. Though his direction was somewhat good, but as a Producer, this is his first film and he choose up some very bad writer. Harish Nair who has written the story and the screenplay of this film, and I think he is highly inspired by our Indian Ramsay movies and lot of oldies Hollywood movies. The basic story idea of this film is way too old, and the screenplay of the film is even worst to that.

    It’s very simple and can be explained in just few lines. Shreyas ... » read more

  • Pritam Roy

    Click = the sound of "Shutter"

    Click rating: 3 out of 10

    By Pritam Roy(19 Feb 2010)

    A poorly made replica of Thai film Shutter (2004), which was also remade into English Shutter (2008) and also in Tamil and Telugu in between, Click, the film doesn't care about giving any credit to any of the "originals", which may have inspired the Director to make this film.

    Avi (Shreyas Talpade) is an ace photographer who likes to mix work with pleasure, as he works exclusively with his girlfriend, Sonia (Sada). Avi also sports the same stubble which he used as the journalist in Rann, as thats the new look for the film makers who want to move away from chocolate ... » read more

  • Abhishek Tiwari

    This Snap…will make you feel Slap….

    Click rating: 4 out of 10

    By Abhishek Tiwari(03 Jun 2010)

    Sangeeth Sivan succeeds in keeping you engrossed for most of the film though a crisper ending would have been better, but also he could've done with a few horror techniques to scare the audiences.

    The story leading to an unusual climax is interesting. Another interesting aspect is that the film's hero is being haunted for no apparent reason. But he has a past and what happens to him in the end is overall justified. The writing is conspicuously contrived and scenes are stretched to extents that test the audiences’ patience. The horror is in-your-face Ramsay style, ... » read more

  • Ritesh Kataria

    Thumbs down….

    Click rating: 3 out of 10

    By Ritesh Kataria(09 Jun 2010)

    Shreyas makes his character very believable. He is a fine actor and is reduced to posturing. Sadaa does a good job in the seduction as well as scary scenes. She does well and manages to hold your attention, But most of the time she just shrieks and wails. Both Shreyas Talpade and Sada strive hard to sustain the film but could do with better scripts.

    Sneha Ullal has no lines to deliver; she blows you away with her performance as the spirit. She seems lifeless even before she becomes a ghost. She seems to have literally gone from ‘Ash to ashes’ and struggles hard ... » read more

  • Anonymous

    Right Click, Wrong Photo

    Click rating: 0 out of 10

    By Anonymous (26 Feb 2010)

    This film creates a new quote that "All's well that ends BAD". As a horror filck it's very cool but conceptionally it drowns at the end. Seriously Very Dissapointing at the end. It is like the remake of "Raaz".

    PLOT : Siddharth(Shreyash), a fashion phtographer suddenly starts getting haunting attacks and remembers of his betrayal to Aarti(Sneha Ullal) and tells it to his present girlfriend Simran(Sada). They go to Aartis house and find that Aarti has died and her body has still not burnt. At last, When her body gets burnt Siddharth & Simran get relief. But still.... ... » read more

  • Divya Solgama

    Filter this one…

    Click rating: 2 out of 10

    By Divya Solgama(19 Feb 2010)

    In India the Horror genre was started by The Ramsay Brothers, who use to have decent music and good star cast in their films. This was followed by Mohan Bhakari who introduced more of Sex in Horror films and majorly took B-Grade actors in his films. This reduced the level of Horror films and succumbing to it the Ramsay to fell in the trap. Years later the Horror Genre was Re Discovered in our Hindi films and had A-Grade banners and actors to bank upon. Though majorly were inspired or directly lifted by Hollywood flicks, but there were few who had its own originality. Last ... » read more

  • Khushbu

    Shuterrrrrrrr Down!

    Click rating: 2 out of 10

    By Khushbu (19 Feb 2010)

    Shuterrrrrrrr Down!

    Click! Now this is a difficult review to write… if I talk about the story then it should be addressed to Thai director Banjong Pisanthanakun who directed the original Shutter in 2004; if I talk about the background score then parts of that should be addressed to Hollywood composer Nathan Barr who composed the background score for Shutter’s Hollywood remake of the same name in 2008… get the drift… everything about Click has been borrowed except for it’s sorry actors who seem right out of a B-grade horror flick… oh wait! Isn’t that what this ... » read more

  • Pravir

    Crush This Click

    Click rating: 3 out of 10

    By Pravir (23 Feb 2010)

    Director Sangeeth Sivan has had a mixed fortune with Hindi films. His over the top comedies have worked well, action thrillers have failed badly. The only horror film he attempted before this was under Jackie Shroff produced “Sandhya”, made more than a decade ago and still awaiting it’s release. I would have been happier had he worked on the same script and come up with a decent horror thriller, rather than this clumsy click.

    Avi (Shreyas Talpade) and his live–in partner Sonia (Sadaa), while returning from a party, bump off an unknown girl. Sacred, they run away ... » read more

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