Movie Review: Rajdhani Express (2013)

Reviews | January 4, 2013 at 12:18 pm
Users Rating: [ratings] Critics Rating: ★★☆☆☆
Box Office: TBA

How would you feel if you are shoved into a room full of annoying and unwanted people with no room to escape? Suffocating right? That’s exactly how we felt while being witness to a train compartment occupied with actors ranging from horrid to atrocious. The film in question is Rajdhani Express.

A mysterious stranger Keshav (Leander Paes) gets on the famous Rajdhani Express for a Delhi-Mumbai journey where his co-passengers comprise intellectual Bengali writer Bannerjee (Priyanshu Chatterjee), snobbish fashion designer Munish (Sudhanshu Pandey) and slutty starlet Sunita (Puja Bose).

As the train journey progresses, the four characters start interacting with each other, revealing that they are more complicated than what they appear to be earlier. Meanwhile, cops receive information that there is a gunman on the train, which is also carrying a Cabinet Minister’s wife and child and a State Minister’s aged parents.

As police officers Dogra (Mukesh Rishi) and Deputy Commissioner Yadav (Jimmy Sheirgill) swing into action to identify and apprehend the gunman, Keshav, who is mentally battling demons from his past, finally snaps and takes the train hostage. What happens next? Watch the movie, if you dare!

Reviews:

Good Reviews  |  Average Reviews  |  Bad Reviews
Positive Reviews
3.5 “If you like to reflect and want to watch a uniquely refreshing thought-provoking movie, go watch it. “
- Zee News
Average Reviews
2.5 “This film makes for a decent one time watch.”
- Koimoi
Negative Reviews
1.5 “The film does speed up and changes track for the better towards the end, but the thrill comes too late.”
- Times Of India
1.0 “A tedious train commute would be surely more entertaining than this fare!”
- Movietalkies
1.0 “This Rajdhani Express surely doesn’t offer a jolly good ride. Abroad this journey at your own risk. “
- Nowrunning
0.0 “Rajdhani Express doesn’t have a plot but pretends to be a racy thriller.”
- Rediff
0.0 “It keeps moving back and forth with no rhyme or reason.”
- Glamsham
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