All user reviews of Table No. 21

  • Honeymoon gone sour in a gameshow (well made movie)

    Madan Mohan Marwah

    Rated 
    3.0
    Desimartini | Updated - February 17, 2013 20:09 PM IST
    3.5DM (566 ratings)
    2.5Critic (9 ratings)

    Verdict - Reasonably gripping movie

    Table No. 21Watch trailerRelease date : January 04, 2013



    The basic plot seems to have its inspiration from " Slumdog millionaire" where gameshow questions relate to past incidents in the life of the couple.A young couple get free tickets for holiday to Fiji where they are tempted by one Mr Khan to perform tasks and win Rs 21 crores. The tasks initially are simple but gradually get physically demanding, weirder and then dangerous and life threatening.The rule is " If you lie ,you die'.and you cannot leave the game midway. Because of this their very marriage is in trouble.

    The Director has managed to unfold the story in a reasonably gripping manner and the audience interest does not sag much.The climax has been designed well with sufficient suspense. There is a bit of 'sach ka samna' in the story and the young couple go through quite a few tense moments. The flashbacks are well merged in the narration.

    Inspite of a bizzare hairdo veteran Paresh Rawal does a good job as Khan who manipulates the young couple He is the focal character and impressive. Everything else about the movie is good and it is definitely a one time watch

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    8 Reviews, 0 Followers
    Rated 3.0July 6, 2014

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  • Madan Mohan Marwah

    270 Reviews, 20 Followers
    Rated 3.0February 17, 2013

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  • Sweta Nandini

    7 Reviews, 0 Followers
    Rated 2.5February 7, 2013

    table not well laid

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    1 Reviews, 0 Followers
    Rated 3.0January 17, 2013

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  • critic reviews

    • Anupama Chopra

      Rated 2.0January 5, 2013

      No prizes for playing

       Table No. 21 is the sort of determinedly silly movie that can make fine actors like Paresh Rawal and Rajeev Khandelwal look foolish. Ech... read more

    • Shubhra Gupta

      Rated 1.5January 5, 2013

      Table No. 21

       Towards the end of the film, there's an extended sequence which explains why one of the protagonists behaves the way he has. I watched that e... read more

    • Shakti Shetty

      Rated 3.0January 5, 2013

      Table No. 21

      It’s not very difficult to imagine a voyeuristic world where Internet rules and clicks translate to money as we’ve already created one ... read more

    • Mayank Shekhar

      Rated 2.0January 5, 2013

      Table No. 21

      The lead couple in this film win a free trip to Fiji. So do the filmmakers to shoot this thriller in the Pacific island. It’s not clear how t... read more

    • Aniruddha Guha

      Rated 3.0January 5, 2013

      Table No. 21

      Indian filmmakers – specifically Hindi ones – have always, annoyingly, felt this need to ‘explain’ the story, using pointle... read more

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