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Paan Singh Tomar  (2012 - Hindi)

Paan Singh Tomar cumulative rating: 3.55 out of 53.55/5 (246 users)

Paan Singh Tomar critics rating: 3.65 out of 5 3.65/5 (8 critics)

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75%Paan Singh Tomar movie verdict: 75%

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Dislikes

  •  On the flip side the second half should have been bit more hard hitting and realisti (by Divya)+4

  •  it’s the length, less hard hitting drama, and lack of commercial element might hamper the film (by Divya)+2

Likes

  •  terrific performance by Irrfan followed by a gripping screenplay and superb direction (by Divya)+6

  •  delivering a movie that is one notch above his previous, sahib biwi aur ganster, Dhulai does a superb job (by gaurav)+4

  •  Story is real and thus one loves the different element in it {Sports & Dacoit} (by Divya)+3

  •  Paan Singh Tomar arguably is irfan khan's best performance till date beating haasil (by gaurav)+2

  •  Background music by Sandeep Chowta was superb (by Divya)+1

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