Sidharth Malhotra and Jacquline Fernandes starrer A Gentleman released this Friday and it was one of the most awaited films of the industry. The kind of hype created by its trailer and songs gained the much-needed attention of the audience before its release. The film received below average reviews from all the leading critics.
Here are the reviews about the movie from all the leading critics of Bollywood industry:
According to Komal Nahta, the film has nothing special in it. Its first half focusses only on one section of the society and second half is dull and boring. It is likely to experience losses at the box office.
A leading critic Rajeev Masand compares the film with tooth extraction without an anesthesia. He wonders how the idea of making such films comes in the minds of makers.
According to Saibal Chatterjee, the film is a pile up of small ideas which are difficult to comprehend. He said it is strictly for Sidharth Malhotra fans.
According to Shubhra from Indian Express, the film lacks a certain proportion of comic content and it could have made better than this.
Nihit from Times Of India describes the film as a lazy one. According to him, the first half is filled with action but the second half is boring.
Sweta Kaushal of Hindustan Times said that it is not a flawless film and has cliches and typecasts in characters. The film lacks the unique climax is inspired from the decade old films.