Hunterrr

Hunterrr

3.1 1,104 Ratings

Directed by : Harshavardhan Kulkarni

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  • Critics Rating 2.1/5
  • MJ Rating 2.2/5
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plot

Mandar Ponkshe is an ordinary guy, meaning there is hardly anything extraordinary about him. He dresses very un-dandily if there was such a term, wears a goatee to hide what could be considered a weak chin. Mandar does not attract attention because he wants to be seen as ordinary. But behind that façade is a story - of an int...more

Verdict

“Hunterrr came, he saw, he conquered and then stumbled!”

Hunterrr Credit & Casting

Gulshan Devaiah

Hunterrr Box Office

  • Gross: INR 12.87 cr.
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Hunterrrrrrr (please excuse me if I missed out a few 'r's) is little more than a silly name. It tries to tackle the topic of sex addiction but ends up making a caricature of itself. It's made worse by the fact that you can tell the cast has put their heart into this movie and have all delivered solid performances.

Mandar is a sex addict. The mere silhouette of a woman is enough to turn him on, never mind the sight of a real one. He goes about his day creepily stalking women who, through some miracle, find his antics charming and instead of calling the police, call him home. His 'life' is thrown into chaos when he falls for the girl he is about to get arranged married to as it so happens that one of his conquests is his neighbour. His to be wife, Tripti, has a troubled past of her own and really wants to make this work. Also, there is the question of whether Mandar will ever be able to curb his 'enthusiasm'.

Hunterrrrrrrrrr is a confusing mess, not in the least because of the infuriating amount of flashbacks and flash forwards that leave the audience perplexed. The solid casting does well with their one dimensional characters and that shows in some hilarious scenes here and there. Then the script does something atrocious and throws all their effort down the gutter. No need to go for this one, despite the good acting.

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