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Veer review by Hindustan Times
Veer critic rating (Hindustan Times): 1.5
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Veer critic rating (bollywoodhungama.com): 1.5
Veer review by The Telegraph
Veer critic rating (The Telegraph): 2.5
Veer review by rediff.com
Veer critic rating (rediff.com): 1
Veer review by Mumbai Mirror
Veer critic rating (Mumbai Mirror): 2.5
 
 

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Veer  (2010 - Hindi)

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Veer cumulative rating: 2.7 out of 52.7/5 (51 users)

Veer critics rating: 1.9 out of 5 1.9/5 (9 critics)

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  • Divya Solgama

    Blame it on Manmohan Desai….{ the only Veer I knew

    Veer rating: 4 out of 10

    By Divya Solgama(22 Jan 2010)

    Manmohan Desai has been one of the best Entertainers we ever had. Ya some people also call him an out and out commercial film maker who gave potboilers and in name of entertainment took its audience for a ride. Thus whenever any director made a Masala Entertainer and did some blunders they all said our films are inspired by Manmohan Desai type of cinema. They forgot before blaming to Manmohan Desai type of cinema for their blunders, Those movie did entertain its audience and were made keeping in mind the audience of that time and era. Sadly all those followers are stuck ... » read more

  • Pritam Roy

    Veer is Salman, Salman is Veer.

    Veer rating: 4 out of 10

    By Pritam Roy(22 Jan 2010)

    Veer - the movie starts where it ends. So, let me predict what happens next. There is no running away for the Hindi movie audience. My friends, now get ready for Veer 2. It's same old story. The King is dead, long live the King repeated with a twist. Veer is dead, long live Salman.

    Let me tell you the story of a multi-talented Pindhari tribe clan leader, Veer a.k.a Salman Khan.

    Veer - The Origin: The Prince of Madhavgarh (Jackie Shroff) betrays the Pandharis (who are shown as drunk warriors) by taking the sides of British and not giving their dues and ... » read more

  • Aakash Barvalia

    Veer ne banaya dimag ka Kheer!

    Veer rating: 3 out of 10

    By Aakash Barvalia(22 Jan 2010)

    I just can’t imagine what the heck had Salman Khan as a Writer and Anil Sharma as a Director had done to this movie. Atleast the first half is little bearable, but from the second half, my goodness, some body has said it very right, only a “Veer” can survive this “Veer”.

    Some fun loopholes of the film:
    1. The very start of the film, a war has just begun, between one king and another king, and the war over. Huh?? Yeah the little Pindhari’s came, 2 swords here – 2 swords there and 60crore khadde mein.

    2. The little got betrayed from the King, Jackie ... » read more

  • Darshit Joshi

    Historical Masala Mess

    Veer rating: 4 out of 10

    By Darshit Joshi(25 Jan 2010)

    ''Sal is the man" - as fellow Twitterer @sakshijuneja puts it. Yes, he is the man. The He-Man of bollywood. Which he proved in Wanted. Continuing the reign, he promised same in Veer. Actually, I was anxiously waiting for the movie. Anxious-cause I know what Anil Sharma can deliver. I am not a fan of movie making at all. Gadar - to me was a well resourced movie but technical disaster. Somehow I can't connect all the 'loud' ness Anil Sharma has in his movies. But thank God, in Veer, there is some-i repeat 'some' relief. There is no Hindustan-Pakistan shouts. And to top it ... » read more

  • Khushbu

    Spartans meet the Trojans… DESI ISHHTYLE!

    Veer rating: 5 out of 10

    By Khushbu (22 Jan 2010)

    Sallu bhai is back! and how! Strip-me-down-and-eat-me-up is his new avatar in Veer (or as he pronounces it Virrrrr – with ur r’s rrrolling!) If you liked him in Wanted, you’ll love him in Veer. He looks leaner not as bulky as he did in Wanted and this really adds to his Gladiator appeal with the long hair and all. Anil Sharma, the director of Veer has repeatedly emphasized in all his earlier films, familial relationships and love for the motherland; Veer is not different. Set in the late 1800’s Veer gives us a cocktail of Bollywood emotions garnished with Hollywood costumes. ... » read more

  • Anonymous

    Bad debut!

    Veer rating: 0 out of 10

    By Anonymous (02 Jun 2010)

    Salman Khan has been credited as the story writer of the film. Sadly, this one's not quite the debut he would have liked, because the story is the weakest link, after the direction.

    Most importantly Anil Sharma should've avoided lifting scenes from Hollywood period films like Gladiator and Troy to avoid comparisons. The project had everything going in its favour, but alas, Sharma and his writers make a complete mess of the story. I think this time, Sharma borrows the plot from his last big hit, Gadar, and simply changes the setting - it's all about a boy and girl ... » read more

  • Niti Parekh

    Only for die hard Salmam fans…

    Veer rating: 4 out of 10

    By Niti Parekh(03 Jun 2010)

    Salman Khan is the show stopper here, filling every frame with his well-toned physique, his luminous eyes, his flowing hair and his rippling muscles. Veer is a must for all Salman Khan Fans - he delivers an inspired performance and keeps you interested in the proceedings even when the story doesn't. But I think even his hardcore fans will be disappointed by this movie. But what more importantly here it is that, he pitches in a riveting performance, despite the cliched characterisation of the period warrior. Hats off Salman!

    Newcomer Zarine Khan is unimpressive. ... » read more

  • sumit mittal

    veer

    Veer rating: 0 out of 10

    By sumit mittal(01 Jan 2010)

    From the misty pages of history comes a story of extreme valour, fierce pride and poignant love.

    As the British enslave India with their devious Divide and Rule policy, kings and nawabs fall to their guile and cunning, and entrust their precious kingdom to the foreigners.
    Except for the brave Pindaris, who prefer death to dishonour and will fight to their last breath to save their land...their mother.
    The bravest, the toughest, the strongest of the Pindaris is Veer. As Veer takes on the might of the British Empire, he also has to fight the conniving King ... » read more

  • Anonymous

    The Love Story is the 'Veer'

    Veer rating: 0 out of 10

    By Anonymous (28 Jan 2010)

    From the day I came to know, Salman Khan has written ‘Veer’ I had been looking forward to ‘Veer’, though I am not at all a Salman Khan fan. Honestly enough, I have never been fond of Anil Sharma’s work, nor did I ever like Gadar. Thus, I was in a 50-50 situation regarding Veer.

    Anil Sharma, the director of Veer has always made films concerning,familiar relationships and love for the motherland and Veer is no exception.

    Prithvi Singh (Mithun Chakravarthy) heads the Pindari community who were once betrayed by the Raja of Madhavgarh (Jackie Shroff). Prithvi’s ... » read more

  • Vinayak Chandra

    The love story is the Veer

    Veer rating: 8 out of 10

    By Vinayak Chandra(28 Jan 2010)

    From the day I came to know, Salman Khan has written ‘Veer’ I had been looking forward to ‘Veer’, though I am not at all a Salman Khan fan. Honestly enough, I have never been fond of Anil Sharma’s work, nor did I ever like Gadar. Thus, I was in a 50-50 situation regarding Veer.

    Anil Sharma, the director of Veer has always made films concerning,familiar relationships and love for the motherland and Veer is no exception.

    Prithvi Singh (Mithun) heads the Pindaris who were betrayed by the Raja of Madhavgarh(Jackie Shroff).Prithvi’s son Veer (Salman Khan)continues ... » read more

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