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Paathshaala  (2010 - Hindi)

Paathshaala cumulative rating: 2.5 out of 52.5/5 (78 users)

Paathshaala critics rating: 1.55 out of 5 1.55/5 (10 critics)

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  •  Halfway past the movie, the story starts to drag. The media part was irritating to say the least (by Amitava)+5

  •  toooo slow! (by raj)+5

  •  Totally bungled up climax, even though a great concluding speech by Nana. (by Amitava)+4

  •  shahid kapoor's acting (by raj)+3

  •  best song was cut off (by raj)+1

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  •  Nana Patekar is awesome as the passionate old principal who's given his all to the school (by Making things happen :))+3

  •  shahid kapoor's looks (by raj)+3

  •  superb music (by raj)+2

  •  acting of nana patekar is too gud (by sunayana)+1

  •  peon Waghmare's lovable antics to entertain the students and manager Sharma's selfish motives (by Making things happen :))+0

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What he liked: 1) Rehman’s music 2) The innovative style of narration style 3) The plot...
what he didn’t like: 1) Dev Patel’s acting 2) Unrealistic usage of poverty