Aakrosh - External Reviews
Slick action, though the super-moves might be unwarranted for the genre. About a flaw in our society, but completely hidden in the midst of the action. All negatives are completely overshadowed by the brilliant portrayal of the futile and toothless system that prevails in some parts of the country.
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33 reviewers have given Aakrosh an average rating of 2.6/5.0 (?)
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Thumbs up by Stefan S, A Nutshell Review ...It's the culture of silence that is most deafening, and for the first hour before the interval, Aakrosh is quite frustrating to sit through not because of its relatively slow pace, but how we see how helpless our heroes can be given their operating within red tape, and letting others rip them apart because processes rightfully bound them from hitting out.... full review
So-So by Naresh Kumar Deoshi, Apun Ka Choice ...While the depiction of brutality done in the name of caste is gory to the gut, the sudden slide into a romantic track between Devgan and the battered Bipasha Basu, or the Bharadwaj-inspired escapade into a raunchy item song “Issak Sa Meetha” that has Sameera Reddy heaving her bosom, isn’t exactly music to the ears.... full review
Thumbs down by Khalid Mohamed, Review and views uncensored ...Okay, now even if you overlook the Hollywood inspiration, all you have are two CBI officers breaking into plenty of perspiration. Pursed Lips officer (Akshaye Khanna) has superseded his Bonfire Eyes senior (Ajay Devgn). Big deal. ... full review